Sofia Landström – practicing researcher, educator and writer

Exhibitions are a tool, not the result. Art should open up for a democratic dialog and rethink the ‘ordinary’ exhibition practises. Martha Rosler: “art make difference to a social movement only when it is made in cognizance of those movements.” . Exhibition making can be a model of resistance, a tool and not the result.

Sculpture Talk III – Dr. Jon Wood “Drawing on Sculpture: Graphic Interventions on the Photographic Surface”

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Akademi Valand: X-library,
Vasagatan 50, Göteborg
Monday November 23rd, 6pm
The third presentation in our Sculpture Lecture series focused on the relation between Sculpture, Photography and Drawing. Jon Wood, research curator and art historian, The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, and Co-editor of Sculpture Journal will presented his lecture `Drawing on Sculpture: Graphic Interventions on the Photographic Surface´.
Jon Wood was invited through IASPIS expert visit program and the presentation is organized by Galleri Box, Snowball Cultural Productions/SculptureHUB and Lasse Lindkvist – Akademi Valand.

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