Associate Professor Patrik Andersson to present paper at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam + Book Launch
Posted on January 27, 2017 | Updated June 10, 2019, 11:07AM
"Lose Yourself – A Symposium on Labyrinthine Exhibitions as Curatorial Model" is organized by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Moderna Museet, Stockholm.
Lose Yourself – A Symposium on Labyrinthine Exhibitions as Curatorial Model is organized by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Moderna Museet, Stockholm. It starts with and navigates around the territory encountered in the exhibitions Dylaby (1962) and HON (1966), in order to investigate the legacy of labyrinthine exhibition models and its relevance in the twenty-first century.
Among the keynote speakers are: Pamela M. Lee (Stanford University), Mark Wigley (Columbia University), Raqs Media Collective, Hou Hanru (Artistic Director of MAXXI, Rome) and Hans Ulrich Obrist (Artistic Director of The Serpentine Galleries, London), Patrik Andersson (Emily Carr University of Art + Design), Noit Banai (University of Vienna), Angela Bartholomew (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Ina Blom (University of Oslo), Eric de Bruyn (Leiden University), Paula Burleigh (City University New York), Andreas Gedin (artist and reseacher), Katja Kwastek (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Camilla Larsson (Södertörn University), Annika Öhrner (Södertörn University), Andres Pardey (Tinguely Museum Basel), Caroline Roodenburg-Schadd (art historian, independent researcher and writer) and Janna Schoenberger (Amsterdam University College).
Lose Yourself takes place February 3+4, 2017 at Stedelijk Museum / Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.