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YCRP 2018 Public Presentation

YCRP 2018 Public Presentation



Presentazione pubblica delle tre curatrici selezionate per la residenza per giovani curatori stranieri della Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo nel 2018. L'evento sarà in lingua inglese. Public presentation of the three curators selected for the Young Curators Residency Programme 2018 by the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. The event will be held in English language. Mira Asriningtyas (Indonesia, 1986) works as an independent curator and art writer. In 2011 she co-founded an independent space that aims to build a supportive and positive environment for young artists – Lir Space, Yogyakarta; focusing on a laboratory platform as alternative education for young artists, creating research-based artistic projects, and using independently-published book as an alternative space for exhibitions. She was part of the Young Curator Forum of Cemeti Art House in 2013, Indonesia and joined 4A Curators' Intensive 2014 in 4A Sydney among others. Recently, she graduated from De Appel Curatorial Programme 2016/2017 at De Appel Art Center – Amsterdam. Asriningtyas is especially interested in conceptually-driven projects, combining art practice with multi-disciplinary academic background in numerous collaborations, while playing with the tension between the private and the public. She is actively performing the act of flânerie and spatial practice in her curatorial works, reusing abandoned places and public space as project site, presenting artworks with emphasis on site-specificity. Some of her latest projects are “Poetry of Space” in Jakarta and at KKF- Yogyakarta with support by the Japan Foundation; “Exhibition Laboratory (Ex.Lab.)” at Lir Space-Jogja; among others. She is now working on her long-term site-specific project called “900mdpl” in Kaliurang, a resort village under an active volcano (Mt.Merapi) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Nora Heidorn’s (Germany, 1990) current body of curatorial work Sick and Desiring: Artists Subvert the Medical Gaze, addresses cultural and medical constructions of sickness, abnormality and deviance with regard to the female reproductive body. She has been working curatorially since moving to London from Berlin in 2010 to study a BA in Curating, Communication and Criticism at Central Saint Martins and later the MFA Curating at Goldsmiths College. Alongside her studies and independent curating, she worked for four years at The Approach in London, where she was made Associate Director. At the gallery, she curated the group exhibition The problem with having a body / is that it always needs to be somewhere, as well as the exhibition Sublime Smoke: John Stezaker & Lisa Oppenheim (both 2017). As part of the collective Curate Projects, she realised exhibitions, events and a publications in Berlin and London between 2012 and 2015. She has also organised workshops, given talks and curated screenings at London institutions and project spaces, including the Wellcome Collection, Chisenhale Studios, Enclave, Central Saint Martins and 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning. Kari Rittenbach (United States, 1985) is a critic and independent curator based in Brooklyn, New York. She attended Yale University, the Courtauld Institute of Art, and the Whitney Independent Study Program. Her writing has appeared in Afterall, Artforum, Art Papers, Frieze, Flash Art, Paper Monument, Texte zur Kunst, and in artist books and museum catalogues. She has organized performances, exhibitions, and events at The Kitchen (New York), The Whitney Museum (New York), Sculpture Center (New York), Artists Space (New York), Barbican Art Gallery (London), and other institutions. Recent projects include " What Everybody Knows" (with Monika Senz, at Svetlana, New York & Jenny's, Los Angeles, 2017), “Trees in the Forest” (Yale Union, Portland, OR, 2016), " Fever" (Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna, 2016), and “Dead Ends” (1001 44th Rd, Long Island City, 2015). She has lectured in art theory at the University of Washington, and is on the editorial committee of May Revue. More info about the Young Curators Residency Programme:

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Categoria: Mostre e Cultura

Quando: Martedì 20-03-2018 alle 18:00

Dove: Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

Indirizzo: Via Modane, 16 Torino

Prezzo: Vario

Link: Sito Web dell'evento