Creative Workshop | Wand Wirkung Werk (Wall Effect Work) – Louise Lawler
- Time of day8:00 PM until 9:00 PM
- Duration60 minutes
- RegistrationLimited number of participants | Registration until the day before or the previous working day at firstname.lastname@example.org
In WAND WIRKUNG WERK we explore something we usually disregard when looking at pictures: the wall and thus the institutional framework within which art is presented. Instead of going into a museum, we go on an atmospheric search for traces within our own four walls and exercise our eye for artful stagings by means of exciting changes of perspective.
Quote: “A work of art is produced by many different things. It isn’t just the work of an unencumbered creative act. […] Art is always a collaboration with what came before you and what comes after you. […] No work is really produced by one person.”
(1) L. Lawler, in: D. Crimp: Prominence Given, Authority Taken: An Interview with L. Lawler, in: L. Lawler (ed.): An Arrangement of Pictures, New York 2000.
With Elli Hurst
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