Conversations with images
July 12– 15:00-19:00 CET
As part of the MSA week of Virtual Events 2022, The Memory & Arts Working Group is offering two consecutive sessions in which artworks take centre stage. We would like to invite conversations that explore how the works address questions of memory in their medium-specific way.
A short introduction to each work will be followed by brief responses that open up further perspectives and generate a wider conversation that involves the audience. By looking at six works from different cultural and geographical contexts, we hope to create a multi-directional conversation that makes the works and the memories they address speak to each other and provides a context for transnational mnemonic solidarity.
The works we shall be looking at are:
3 – 4:15 pm (CEST)
Introduction to the panel
Wiame Haddad, À propos d’une chambre occupée (vision d’une soirée d’octobre 1961), 2020,
photograph – introduced by Sarah Dornhof; respondents Cathrine Bublatzky and Nadia
Kang Yong Suk, Dongducheon Commemorative Portraits, 1984, digital colour print –
introduced by Nayun Jang; respondents Nela Milic and Yu Na Han
4:30-5:30 pm (CEST)
Hannelore Baron, Untitled, 1982, wooden box assemblage – introduced by Rebecca Harris;
respondents Sharone Lifschitz and Leslie Morris
Katya Oicherman, In Schammes’s Footsteps, 2021, applique and hand embroidery –
introduced by Katya Oicherman; respondents Patricia de Sousa Melo and Dimitra Gkitsa
5:45 – 7 pm (CEST)
Carrie Mae Weems, The Endless Weeping of Women, 2008, archival pigment print –
introduced by Astrid Schmetterling; respondents Warren Crichlow and Ksenija Krapivina
Adela Goldbard, Rinxui [into the night], 2019-2022, HD video with stereo sound – introduced
by Adela Goldbard; respondents Tijana Miskovic and Irina Troconis
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