Daily Operation curated by Elisa R. Linn & Lennart Wolff
Curated by Elisa R. Linn & Lennart Wolff (km temporaer)
The screening brings together a series of video works by Will Benedict, Zbyněk Baladrán, Anna Daučíková, Julia Heyward, Georgie Nettell and John Smith, that record and appropriate everyday scenes and actions as well as popular formats like music videos. Ranging from psychological portrait, autobiographical mythologies to documentary observations the works employ multiple narratives working against linguistic obligations and hierarchies. Here language appears in the form of speech acts – performing slippage and mutability – visual associational systems and the use of text in moving image.
Elisa R. Linn is a curator and writer based in Berlin and New York, and a graduate of the Whitney Independent Study Curatorial Program. Her writing has appeared in publications and magazines including frieze, Kaleidoscope and artforum. Together with Lennart Wolff she co-founded the curatorial project km temporaer. Recent and upcoming projects include performances, screenings and exhibitions at institutions such as Neuer Aachener Kunstverein (Aachen, 2015), British School at Rome (Rome, 2018), Bronx Museum (New York, 2018), The Kitchen (New York, 2018) Whitney Museum of American Art (2018), South London Gallery (London, 2018) and the German Center for Architecture (Berlin, 2018). Upcoming projects include exhibitions at Galerie Francesca Pia (Zurich, 2019) as well as Museo Nivola (Orani, 2019) among others. Recent lectures include Royal Academy of Arts (London, 2018), National Centre for Contemporary Arts, NCCA (Khabarovsk, 2018) et. al.
Lennart Wolff is an architect and curator based in Berlin. He graduated from the Architectural Association, London. In 2018 he co-founded the AA Visiting School Zurich. He has written for magazines like frieze, Kaleidoscope and Cura.
The program will be held in English.
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