Sunday, 27.05.2012 -
Pursue Other Avenues is an experiment which takes the form of an open and public "exhibition making workshop". By showing the negotiation, research, and dialogue that typically finishes before the vernissage this experiment aims to give participants an understanding of artists and their work, greater to that of seeing a mere static display of material products. This experiment views all participants as producers, audience, critics, and curators, and with the aid of Isabelle Krieg, Clare Kenny, and Flurin Bisig everyone present will contribute to the development of the exhibition process. This experiment will display the traditionally private stages of an exhibition—doing away with the traditionally public stage entirely. Contrary to most exhibitions, Pursue Other Avenues will not be pure documentation of prior actions, discussions, or collaborations, but the exhibition will be the discourse and connections as they are created. The exhibition becomes flexible and public, and by the time it ‘matures’ it will not then be arrested and stagnate, but this will signal its end.
Monday May 28, 2012 6pm-9pm
Artists talks and open discussions.
Tuesday May 29, 2012 6pm-9pm
part one- Connect and contrast the artists work. Thematic? Non-thematic?
part two – Which works would we (all participants) showcase by each artists? If new works were created what would they look like?
Wednesday May 30, 2012 6pm-9pm
part one – Discuss space and the effect that different spaces would have on the artist and their works.
part two - Effect that context can have on meanings of work and how this could change what we (all participants) know about the work.
Thursday May 31, 2012 6pm-?
part one – How could we communicate these artists' work effectively to people who did not take part in this process?
8pm – vernissage
Find more informations on the Pursue Other Avenues-Blog
Organized by Lindsey Sharman.