Meldungen

Correspondence

8 Sep 2015

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The Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art

Concerned with artists‘ calibration of their self-image and the shape of their output, Belgian artist Reg Carremans offered a workshop, It asks: which skills do artists really need in the current „market“ of visual ideas?

The semi-public „Salon“ consists of a loose series of short contributions concerning „self-image of artists“ and experimental workshop elements and will end with a public presentation on Thursday, September 10, 2015. The participation is free, drawing materials such as paper and pens have to be brought by the participants. Each workshop day has been completed by an „Open Dinner“ to which all participants was warmly invited.

SCHEDULE
8.9.15
17 h: Introduction by Yvonne Reiners (Performing Encounters, ABA) and Reg Carremans (artist, former resident of ABA).
17:30 – 18:30 h: Performative sketching workshop.
18.30 h: Lecture about artistic research by Julian Klein (Institute for Artistic Research, Berlin)
19 h: Talk with Heiner Franzen (artist, teaches at Kunsthochschule Berlin (Weißensee) – Hochschule für Gestaltung) about de-skilling and drawing in his artistic practise and teaching.
Around 19:30 h: Snacks and drinks.
Ongoing: Sketching!

9.9.15
17 h: Introduction by Yvonne Reiners and Reg Carremans.
17.30 h: Talk with Hanna Hennenkemper (artist, teaches at Kunsthochschule Berlin (Weißensee) – Hochschule für Gestaltung) about the role of ‚Skills‘ at Kunsthochschule Berlin (Weißensee)
17:50 h: AG KIK IF, working group of students of the Institute of Art in Context
18:20 h: Network „Parallel School“ about „Letter to the Academy“
18:30 – 19:30 h: Performative sketching workshop
Around 19:30 h: Snacks and drinks.
Ongoing: Sketching!

10.9.15
Public presentation

The workshop and the presentation by Reg Carremanns in the STUDIOLO was kindly supported by Kunsten en Erfgoed Belgie, Agency for Arts and Heritage, Belgium.