1. Kel Glaister (AU) | ÜBER DEN DILETTANTISMUS

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    Dieses Interview mit Kel Glaister (AU) entstand im Rahmen der Ausstellung ÜBER DEN DILETTANTISMUS | 15. September bis 18. November 2012 HALLE 14 - Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei | Spinnereistr. 7 | 04179 Leipzig www.halle14.org/ausstellungen.html Teilnehmende Künstler: Bernard Akoi-Jackson (GH), Hagen Betzwieser (DE), Ian Bourn (GB), Jeanette Chavez (CU), Mark Dion (US), Anna Gierster (DE), Kel Glaister (AU), Karl Hans Janke (DE), Eleni Kamma (GR), Adam Knight (GB) und Simone Bogner (DE), Paul Etienne Lincoln (GB), Rory Macbeth (GB) und Laure Prouvost (FR), Per Olaf Schmidt (DE), Peter Haakon Thompson (US), Thomas Tudoux (FR), Nomeda und Gediminas Urbonas (LT/US) Gefördert durch: die Kulturstiftung des Bundes | die Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen | Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) | Stadt Leipzig | British Council | Stiftung Federkiel

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    • Kurator Frank Motz | ÜBER DEN DILETTANTISMUS

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      Ausstellung ÜBER DEN DILETTANTISMUS | 15. September bis 18. November 2012 HALLE 14 - Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei | Spinnereistr. 7 | 04179 Leipzig www.halle14.org/ausstellungen.html Teilnehmende Künstler: Bernard Akoi-Jackson (GH), Hagen Betzwieser (DE), Ian Bourn (GB), Jeanette Chavez (CU), Mark Dion (US), Anna Gierster (DE), Kel Glaister (AU), Karl Hans Janke (DE), Eleni Kamma (GR), Adam Knight (GB) und Simone Bogner (DE), Paul Etienne Lincoln (GB), Rory Macbeth (GB) und Laure Prouvost (FR), Per Olaf Schmidt (DE), Peter Haakon Thompson (US), Thomas Tudoux (FR), Nomeda und Gediminas Urbonas (LT/US) Gefördert durch: die Kulturstiftung des Bundes | die Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen | Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) | Stadt Leipzig | British Council | Stiftung Federkiel

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      • ERÖFFNUNG | ÜBER DEN DILETTANTISMUS

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        Ausstellung ÜBER DEN DILETTANTISMUS | 15. September bis 18. November 2012 HALLE 14 - Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei | Spinnereistr. 7 | 04179 Leipzig www.halle14.org/ausstellungen.html Teilnehmende Künstler: Bernard Akoi-Jackson (GH), Hagen Betzwieser (DE), Ian Bourn (GB), Jeanette Chavez (CU), Mark Dion (US), Anna Gierster (DE), Kel Glaister (AU), Karl Hans Janke (DE), Eleni Kamma (GR), Adam Knight (GB) und Simone Bogner (DE), Paul Etienne Lincoln (GB), Rory Macbeth (GB) und Laure Prouvost (FR), Per Olaf Schmidt (DE), Peter Haakon Thompson (US), Thomas Tudoux (FR), Nomeda und Gediminas Urbonas (LT/US) Das hier gezeigte Video gibt einen Einblick in das umfangreiche RAHMENPROGRAMM ZUR AUSSTELLUNGSERÖFFNUNG am Sa, 15. September 2012. MASSIVE LIVE MOON SMELLING PERFORMANCE Hagen Betzwieser (DE), Sue Corke (UK), WE COLONISED THE MOON Moondust fragrance created for WCTM by perfumer Steve Pearce of Omega Ingredients Ltd. WORKSHOP TECHNIKMETAMORPHOSEN mit Per Olaf Schmidt (DE) KÜNSTLERGESPRÄCH HYPERAKTIVER DILETTANTISMUS mit Thomas Tudoux (FR) KÜNSTLERGESPRÄCH ON PENINSULA PROJECTS/ÜBER HALBINSELPROJEKTE mit Ian Bourn (GB) SZENISCHE LESUNG IN CAMERA: EIN LESEDRAMA FÜR DIE GALERIE mit Kel Glaister (AU) TISCHTENNISTUNIER PING PONG DIPLOMACY 2012 von Peter Haakon Thompson Gefördert durch: die Kulturstiftung des Bundes | die Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen | Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) | Stadt Leipzig | British Council | Stiftung Federkiel

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        • More Real? Artist Panel Discussion

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          On Saturday, July 7, 2012, SITE Santa Fe kicked off the Biennial More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness exhibition with an Artist Discussion Panel. Moderated by Liz Armstrong, Curator of More Real? and Curator of Contemporary Art for the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the panel discussion features artists Franco and Eva Mattes, Zoe Beloff, Mark Dion and Jonn Herschend discussing the "truthiness" of their exhibits.

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          • Mark Dion: Follies in Public Art

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            For Mark Dion, architectural follies — Baroque idiosyncratic structures, water gardens and grottos — are a model for contemporary public art practice, forcing architecture and landscape design to extremes of innovative experimentation. Dion’s large-scale public projects include a Captain Nemo-like interior constructed in a gas tank in Essen, Germany, a fire escape-like vertical garden in London, and a large scale folly in Norway featuring a massive sculpture of a sleeping bear resting on a hill of material culture from the neolithic to the present. He is currently working with the architectural firm of James Corner Field Operations on the visual art programming and redesign of the Seattle Waterfront. With support from the Institute for the Humanities, the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) and the Museum Studies Program. This lecture took place on September 29, 2011 as part of the University of Michigan School of Art & Design's Penny W. Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series. Established with the generous support of alumna Penny W. Stamps, the Speaker Series brings respected emerging and established artists/designers from a broad spectrum of media to the School to conduct a public lecture and engage with students, faculty, and the larger University and Ann Arbor communities. All programs take place on Thursdays at 5:10 pm at the historic Michigan Theater, located at 603 E. Liberty Street in downtown Ann Arbor, and are free of charge and open to the public. For more information, please visit: http://art-design.umich.edu/stamps

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            • MARK DION - MONACO 2011

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              The US american artist Mark Dion was invited to create a large work at the Musée Océanographique in Monaco, where he also oranised a group exhibition at the Musée Moderne Monaco which centered also around the theme: sea life. We were allowed to accompany the artist during the setup of these two exhibitions. The following trailer is part of a 16min. film we made in cooperation with the Museum Ostwall Dortmund for the series "talking about art". Many thanks!! www.iks-medienarchiv.de www.museumostwall.dortmund.de

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              • Mark Dion - Nevada City dig

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                Artist Mark Dion completed an artist residency at the FOR-SITE Foundation in the fall of 2009. The artist used the residency to familiarize himself with the natural and social history of California, as part of the conceptual development of his upcoming project with the Oakland Museum of California. In addition, under the auspices of the Foundation's education program, Dion engaged with a graduate class from the California College of the Arts through one of his signature archaeological digs.

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                • Entrevista con Felipe Arturo, profesor del programa de Artes Plásticas, sobre la conferencia de Mark Dion "Libro Árbol".

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                  El profesor Felipe Arturo, del programa de Artes Plásticas, habló con Boletín UJTL sobre la conferencia "Libro Árbol" dictada por el artista Mark Dion el próximo 15 de noviembre.

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                  • Mark Dion's "Waiting for the Extraordinary"

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                    VIDEO CREDITS: Director / Cinematography / Edit / Sound / Music - Sharad Kant Patel Artist Mark Dion has exhibited internationally, including the Tate Gallery and Museum of Modern Art. In the fall of 2011, he created an interactive installation in the Institute for the Humanities gallery at the University of Michigan. In his research, Dion discovered a curious system from the origins of the University of Michigan: Judge Augustus Woodward’s “Catholepistemiad” of 1816, outlining his dreams for the university and its 13 professorships, each titled with an invented mash-up of Latin and Greek words. Using this system as a starting point, Dion began a scavenger hunt for objects and props, some serving as set dressing, others featured, through digitally scanned and cast replicas, as revered symbols of the antique system. He simultaneously began construction of a detailed two-part setting: a convincingly institutional waiting area and it's adjoining trophy room. The final experience pokes fun at the notion of institutional idealism bottlenecked with controlled accessibility. This short film by Sharad Patel portrays world famous artist Mark Dion’s creative process and the experience of his installation. The film begins with split screen documentation, echoing Dion’s exhibit style of distinct categorical compartments (sometimes organized as Cabinets of Curiosities). This documentary style quickly transitions into a vivid recreation of the finished installation experience using narrative and surrealist cinematic vocabulary. The worn aesthetic of the second half echoes the out-of-date props and furniture in the installation, and also references Dion's preference for old-fashioned organic/chemical photography. Performers in the installation: Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen and Laura Gilmore Artists assisting Dion: Institute Curator and performance artist Amanda Krugliak, artists Scott Hocking and Lily Cox-Richard. More work from this filmmaker: www.krop.com/sharad/

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                    • Nachrichten aus der Zwischenstadt - Museum Ludwig

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                      Seit dem 13. August ist im Museum Ludwig die Ausstellung "Nachrichten aus der Zwischenstadt - Fotografie, Video und Skulptur aus der Sammlung" zu sehen. Seit den 1970er Jahren rücken Künstler das vermeintlich Alltägliche, das Nebensächliche in den Mittelpunkt ihrer Arbeiten und verweisen dadurch auf ein neues Verständnis von Werk und Kunst. Diese überraschende und künstlerisch wie qualitätiv überzeugende Ausstellung präsentiert Werke u.a. von Thomas Ruff, Thomas Struth, Andreas Gursky, Mark Dion, Joachim Brohm, Chargesheimer und Peter Piller. Ein besonderes Highlight sind die insgesamt 75 Fotografien des amerikanischen Fotografen William Eggleston, die sich, wie alle hier ausgestellten Arbeiten, aus der Sammlung des Museums generiert wurden! Kuratorin: Dr. Barbara Engelbach Institut für Kunstdokumentation und Szenografie © Ralph Goertz / IKS www.museum-ludwig.de www.iks-medienarchiv.de

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