~~ This event has unfortunately been cancelled ~~
Please join us on Sunday, January 29, 3–4pm, for a conversation between artist Tora Schultz and Turin-based curator Laura McLean-Ferris on frozen objects, gendered subordination, and the libidinal pull associated with the car crash.
The talk is based on Schultz’s current solo exhibition at O—Overgaden, Bitch on Wheels. McLean-Ferris has contributed the text “Mass Produced Submissive” to the publication accompanying Schultz’s show. The talk will be held in English.
Coffee, tea, and cake will be served and entry is free.
Read more about the exhibition Bitch on Wheels here.
Laura McLean-Ferris is a writer and curator based in Turin, Italy. Formerly she was Chief Curator at Swiss Institute, where recently curated the first survey of Rosemary Mayer. She is a regular contributor to Artforum, ArtReview, art-agenda, Cura, frieze, Mousse, and Flash Art International, and has authored numerous essays for monographs and catalogues. She was the 2022 Editor in Residence at online magazine Topical Cream and is currently at work on her first novel.
Tora Schultz is a Danish artist. She holds an MFA from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm (2021). She has exhibited at Bizarro, Den Frie, and Palace Enterprise (Copenhagen), Le Bicolore/The Danish House (Paris) and SKF/ Konstnärshuset, Tre Kronor and Issues (both Stockholm). Schultz received Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen’s talent award in 2022. The exhibition Bitch on Wheels is the culmination of Schultz’s participation in O—Overgaden’s 1-year postgraduate program, INTRO.
The exhibition has received support from Aage and Johanne Louis-Hansen’s Foundation, the Danish Arts Foundation, Minister Erna Hamilton’s Grant, the Lemvigh-Müller Foundation, Beckett-Fonden and Hielmstierne-Rosencroneske Foundation. The event is further supported by the A.P. Møller Foundation.