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  • 10.07.11
    visite performance
    de dector & dupuis
  • 15.06.11
    Pour une République
    des rêves

    Vernissage de
    l'exposition
  • 21.06.11

    LES DESSOUS DE LA VIE
    Fête de la musique

  • 14.05.11

    Vampyr
    de C.T. Dreyer

    ciné-concert
    par Untel
    La Nuit des Musées

  • 05.04.11

    Sculpter la
    lumière, sculpter
    la matière

    par Célia Charvet

  • 20.03.11
    L comme lumière
    extrait
    de l'Abécédaire

    par Fabrice Lambert
  • 19 - 20.03.11
    Week-end de l'Art Contemporain

 

 

On Thursday, November 30
at 6.30 pm

 

Talk by Irene Kopelman
& Juan Canela
about the exhibition
On Glaciers and Avalanches

 

 

On the occasion of the solo exhibition by Irene Kopelman, On Glaciers and Avalanches, CRAC Alsace is pleased to invite you to a talk by the artist and Juan Canela, curator of the exhibition.

 

 

 

irene
Courtesy Irene Kopelman & Labor, Mexico City.
Exhibition views, A. Mole.

 

 

 

(...)
Whilst in this case the drawings mediate between the mountain and the human, diluting the division between culture and nature, the exhibition is the device –or one of them– which makes them public. We reflect on how to exhibit a work such as this one where time, climate, process, dialogue, and context carry such specific weight, and on the relation between, on the one hand, this methodology, research and production process in the mountains, and on the other, the procedure of conceiving an exhibition space that might communicate the work to the audience. We have attempted to relocate some of the preoccupations inherent to the work –and to the art practice of Irene Kopelman in general– to our working process when devising and articulating the exhibition. (...)

 

Extract of Walking with Images by Juan Canela, August 2017.

 

 

 

 

On Glaciers and Avalanches is organised with the support of Mondriaan Funds, Foundation Laurenz House and with the collaboration of Institut Kunst HGK FHNW, Basel. This exhibition is part of Oh ! Pays-Bas saison culturelle néerlandaise en France 2017-2018.