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Go Spatial this Sunday

Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen at MoMA PS1, New York

…and on the seventh day, God headed to MoMA PS1 – with good reason too. Every Sunday until 30 June, 2013, the VW Dome is housing Sunday Sessions, an amalgam of artistic programming – from light, sound, and music installations to special performances and lectures by world-renowned scholars.

Coming up this Sunday 24 February, the session will be hosted by Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen to launch their new book What is Critical Spatial Practice?, the first in a series they are editing, published by Sternberg Press. The two curators/editors have invited key players in the fields of architecture, art, philosophy and literature, including Beatriz Colomina, Liam Gillick, Aaron Levy, Martha Rosler and Felicity D. Scott, to discuss the question of “what today can be understood as a critical modality of spatial practice?”

The book series has been developed alongside the Städelschule in Frankfurt's Critical Spatial Practice program. Each edition includes visual work by an invited artist – the first including newly commissioned work by the film and photography artist, Armin Linke.

MoMA PS1 Sunday Sessions: Nikolaus Hirsch & Markus Miessen.
In collaboration with PIN-UP Magazine 

3 – 6pm
Sunday 24 February, 2013

VW Dome
MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City
NY 11101

www.momaps1.org

 

 

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