UTOPIAN DISPLAY
PROPS & TOOLS
29 NOVEMBER 2017
H 10.00—18.00
FM Centre for Contemporary Art
Via G.B. Piranesi, 10, Milan, Italy
PARTECIPANTS
Can Altay, Celine Condorelli, Josef Dabernig, Liu Ding, Petra Feriancova, Luca Frei, Falke Pisano, Marko Tadić.Curated by Marco Scotini
PROGRAM
10.00
Introduction by Marco Scotini
10.20
Introduction by moderator Elvira Vannini
10.30
Céline Condorelli, Making things public
11.00
Luca Frei, We do not work alone
11.30
Josef Dabernig, Exhibition display as a sculptural tool
12.00
Petra Feriancova, I cannot help myself to manipulate my own work but I can do it for the others
12.30
Discussion and Q&A
13.15
Lunch Break
14.45
Introduction of the second part
by Marco Scotini
14.55
Introduction by moderator
Andris Brinkmanis
15.00
Falke Pisano, Re-presentation and
cultural reproduction
15.30
Can Altay, Setting a setting
16.00
Marko Tadić, A step back, closer to understanding
16.30
Liu Ding, Exhibition as exhibition:
a few thoughtson the Intertextuality between Artworks and Archival Materials in Exhibitions
17.00
Discussion and Q&A
ABOUT
The Utopian Display Platform, ideated by Marco Scotini (Director of the Department of Visual Arts of the NABA) and Maurizio Bortolotti, first appeared in 2003. From 2003 to 2007, it hosted Catherine David, Carlos Basualdo, Roger M. Buergel, WHW, Vasif Kortun, Charles Esche, Hou Hanru, Maria Lind, Raimundas Malašauskas and Jens Hoffmann among others.
Founded in 1980, NABA is an internationally renowned innovative arts and design academy based in the heart of Milan. NABA is the largest private educational academy in Italy offering BA and MA courses, all recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR).
FM Centre for Contemporary Art is a new centre promoted by Open Care that brings together all the subjects and functions relating to the conservation and valorization of art collections in a single context. Located in the complex of Frigoriferi Milanesi, it includes an exhibition area and a space for contemporary art galleries. Furthermore, the centre organizes a residency program for artists and curators, talks, seminars and film screenings.