Master Symposium Basel 2010 / 15.11. - 17.11.2010

ART / MODELS

Schaulager is first and foremost a response to the old and new needs for the storage of works of the visual arts. It dispenses with box storage and transforms the foyers of the exhibition halls into autonomous facilities, independent of any museum, with specific qualities and functions. Schaulager was conceived as an open warehouse that provides the optimal spatial and climatic conditions for the preservation of works of art. At Schaulager, each individual work, object and installation is permanently on view.

 

Monday 15th, lectures, auditorium, Schaulager

Art / Models / Lectures

- 13.30 - 14.00: Introduction by Prof. Marianne Eigenheer, ECA Edinburgh College of Art
- 14.00 - 14.45: Exhibiting curating by Prof. Dr. Sabeth Buchmann, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
14.45 - 15.30: Form Follows Program by Carson Chan & Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, Berlin
15.30 - 16.00: Coffee break
16.00 - 16.45: Participating in the wrong way? Experiences of practice-led research into the contracts between art and society by Sophie Hope, artist, London
16.45 - 17.30: About situations, a mission, thinking, New York, Berlin, employment, Takashi Murakami himself, a lightbox, a secret bar, Das Ordnungsamt and Ayran & Yoga by Tjorg Douglas Beer, Berlin
17.30 - 18.30: Feedback and discussion by Prof. Hans Rudolf Reust, HKB Bern
- 18.30: Aperitif

 

Tuesday 16th, lecture, seminars and movie screenings, Schaulager

Art / Models / Seminars / Schaulager

- 10.00 - 10.30: auditorium, lecture: Schaulager. Idea and concept by Isabel Friedli, lic. phil. art historian, Schaulager, Basel
- 10.30 - 17.00: The students can choose between visiting the spaces (seminars) or watching movies (Matthew Barney). The seminars and the movie screening starts at 10.30, 13.30, 15.30. The spaces will be visited by groupes of twenty students. The seminars will be held in different languages. Students has to register for the seminars on monday 15th.
- 12.00 - 13.30: Lunch break, offered by the Schaulager / Laurenz Stiftung

The works (spaces) by the following artist (selection) will be presented: Fischli & Weiss, Francis Alÿs, Ilya Kabakov, Bruce Nauman, Jeff Wall, Tacita Dean, Robert Gober, Katharina Fritsch, Thomas Demand, Cindy Sherman, Hannah Villiger, Matthew Barney, Richard Serra and more

Additionally there are movie screenings: Matthew Barney, Cremaster-Zyklus.

The seminars are held by Prof. Hans Rudolf Reust, HKB Bern / Bettina Friedli, lic. phil., art historian, Schaulager / Dr. Jörg Wiesel, art historian, HGK Basel / Monika Kästli, lic. phil., art historian, Schaulager / Prof. Anselm Stalder, artist, HKB Bern / Susanne Kudielka, lic. phil., art historian, Schaulager / Dr. Roman Kurzmeyer, art historian, HGK / Dr. Martina Sauer, art historian, HGK / Prof. Dr. Melanie Franke, art historian, HGK / Hans-Joachim Müller, art critic, art historian, HGK / Reinhard Storz, lic. phil., art historian, HGK / Isabel Friedli, lic. phil., art historian, Schaulager / Dr. Hansmartin Siegrist, media studies Basel University / Prof. Dr. Ute Holl, media studies, Basel University

 

 

Wednesday 17th, workshops and movie screenings, Schaulager

Art / Models / Workshops

- 10.00 - 13.00: For different workshops by groupes of twenty students. Students has to register for the workshops on monday 15th. Additionally there are movie screenings: Matthew Barney, Drawing Restraint 9.

Art as work? Mapping future scenarios of cultural work in 2030 by Sophie Hope, artist, London

Measures of an Exhibition - Space, not Art, is the Curator's Primary Material by Carson Chan, Berlin

Gaps, hiccups, third spaces by Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, Berlin

Book-Making - How to write about art without killing it by Tjorg Douglas Beer, Berlin

Presentation of the cinema Schaulager and movie screening: Matthew Barney, Drawing Restraint 9,
Soundtrack by Björk.



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Schaulager
Ruchfeldstrasse 19
4142 Münchenstein/Basel

Organisation: Master of Fine Arts, Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Basel HGK FHNW / Master CAP - Fine Arts, Hochschule der Künste Bern in cooperation with Schaulager, Basel