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BAI Online Program
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Dagmara Genda is an artist and writer. Her art art has been shown at the Arp Museum, Remagen DE Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff; the Esker Foundation, Calgary; Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener + Area Biennial 2014, as well as numerous public and private venues across Canada, the US and Europe. Genda is currently completing a public art project for the expansion of the subway system in Toronto.
Seminar HOW DO WE TALK ABOUT ART? by Dagmara Genda
“The art critique forms an integral part of not only art education, but a variety of professional or semi-professional arts programs, of which artist residencies are one. However, the function of a critique is misty at best. There is no exhaustive history of the so-called „art crit,“ nor is there a particular methodology to how it should be conducted. Despite the fact that art has diversified into many sub-classifications—performance, conceptual, activist, archival, to name a few—and the evaluation of quality has been relativized by the introduction of new mediums and non-European traditions, the crit still forms the backbone of many art academies.
The artist’s crit is increasingly coming under scrutiny, prompting more questions than answers: What criteria are being used and how obvious are these criteria? How are power relations in crits negotiated? Is it possible to maintain an atmosphere of experimental transgression and keep participants safe? How does the language of the crit differ from art criticism? What relationship does language have to art? These questions will be addressed in the seminar, not to answer them, but to make apparent the complex negotiation that occurs when artists talk about their work to a particular audience. The goal is to foster awareness of the changing stakes of dialogues on art and to equip ourselves with strategies to talk about what we do.” (Text & photo by courtesy of Dagmara Genda, photo: Dagmara Genda during her seminar at BAI, August 2019)
Min. seats: 5 | Max. seats: 24
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The live lectures for this course will be given on Tuesday October 06, 13, 20 & Thursday 29, 2020, each day from 4 – 6 pm (Berlin time). You will also receive an email reminder for each video conference before it takes place.
Recording of Live Sessions
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In addition to the Online Program, the Berlin Art Institute offers an international Studio Program, a Residency Program, Portfolio Courses, a Spring Academy, an Arts Incubator, a Friends Program, and the presentation and exhibition display 404 | BAI.
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