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Open House at Iaspis Spring 2012

Welcome to Open House with open studios, 24 – 25 February 2012
Participants: Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas, Sébastien Berthier, Andrea Creutz, Andjeas Ejiksson, Sara de Bondt, Faculty of Invisibility (Sönke Hallmann and Inga Zimprich), Anna Konik, Karen Lancel and Hermen Maat, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz and Ylva Trapp

Guest producer: Laura Mott

Time: 24-25 February 2012
Place: Iaspis, The Swedish Arts Grants Committée, Maria skolgata 83
For the Open House event, guest producer Laura Mott has chosen to look closer at the dramaturgy, within the context of a studio programme, of making artistic practice and artists’ working environments public. Structured around a series of scheduled events of various forms – such as a book release, a tea party, a lecture – the two day event also offers plenty of possibilities for more casual encounters with the artists presently in residence at Iaspis and their work.

 
Destruction of a monument by Otakar Švec, invited by Iaspis resident Sébastien Berthier to give a talk at the Open House

PROGRAMME
Friday 24 February,  3 – 9 pm
15.00
Introduction by Lisa Rosendahl, director of Iaspis
15.15 Artist's Talk by Otakar Švec, invited guest of Iaspis resident Sébastien Berthier. With support from Tjeckiska centret, Stockholm.
16.30 – 17.30 Screening of documentary-in-progress and discussion with Karen Lancel and Hermen Maat
17.00 – 19.00
Opening at Konsthall323 with Ylva Trapp and Frida Krohn located outside Iaspis street entrance
18.00 Sara de Bondt, graphic designer and co-director of Occasional Papers and Sara Teleman, coordinator at Iaspis, introduce publication Graphic Design: History in the Writing (1983 – 2011)
19.00 Art Bar with artist collective Martini Projects, food & music

Saturday 25 February, 12 – 5 pm
12.00 – 13.30
A History of its Own? Graphic Design and Feminism: presentations by Catherine de Smet, Hjärta Smärta and Sara De Bondt together with Merel van den Berg
13.30 Break with DIY sandwiches
14.00 – 15.00 A History of its Own? Graphic Design and Feminism: a panel discussion moderated by Antony Hudek, Mellon research fellow by University College London and co-director of Occasional Papers and Sara Teleman, coordinator at Iaspis
13.00 – 15.00 Finissage at Konsthall323 with Ylva Trapp and Frida Krohn located outside Iaspis street entrance
16.00 (1985) Outline for a revolutionary drama (second version). The beginning of the first act: Tea party in a studio at Maria Skolgata in Stockholm / Andjeas Ejiksson

For more information please visit www.iaspis.se or contact Iaspis project coordinator Ulrika Sten, us@iaspis.se
 
 

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