‘Things in Contemporary Curating: The Aesthetics of the Right to Assemble and the Need to Withdraw’
Published by Really Simple Syndication Press
SAVE THE DATE: Thursday 29 June, 16.00 - 18.00
It is with great pleasure that SixtyEight Art Institute and RSS Press invite you to the launch of ‘Things in Contemporary Curating: The Aesthetics of the Right to Assemble and the Need to Withdraw’ by Sidsel Nelund at O—Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art.
The publication will be celebrated at a release party at O—Overgaden in collaboration with the research centre Art as Forum, University of Copenhagen. Here the book will be introduced via a conversation between curator and programme director, MA in curating at Goldsmiths University of London, and author and founder of (art.research) Sidsel Nelund, moderated by Rebekka Elisabeth Anker-Møller.
PROGRAMME: Thursday 29 June, 16:00-18:00 (event in Danish)
16:00-17.00 - Introduction and conversation between Rebekka Anker-Møller, Sidsel Nelund and Simon Sheikh
17.00-17.30 - Dialogue with the audience and concluding remarks by head of Art as Forum Frederik Tygstrup
17.30-18.00 - Drinks and sale of the book
18.30-20.00 - Dinner at Kanalhuset (to RSVP see below)