The Visitor Talks: Céline Condorelli

November 23, 2015 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
CCS Bard, Classroom 102

Céline Condorelli is an artist who works with architecture, combining a number of approaches from developing structures for ‘supporting’ (the work of others, forms of political imaginary, existing and fictional realities) to broader enquiries into forms of commonality and discursive sites, resulting in projects merging installation, exhibition, politics, fiction, display, public space, sound, writing, and whatever else feels urgent at the time.

She is the author/editor of Support Structures on Sternberg Press, 2009, and one of the founding directors of Eastside Projects, an artist-run exhibition space in Birmingham, UK; she has been teaching and lecturing since 1999, and is currently Professor at NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti) Milan.

Recent exhibitions includes Puppet Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2013), Things That Go Without Saying, Grazer Kunstverein, Austria (2013), The Parliament, Archive of Disobedience, Umeå Bildmuseet, Sweden, Social Fabric, Iniva, London and Lund Konsthall, Sweden, Surrounded by the Uninhabitable, SALT Istanbul (2012) “There is nothing left”, Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum, Townhouse, Egypt and Oslo Kunstforening (2011-12), Something Stronger than Skepticism, Alias, Krakow Photomonth (2011), Manifesta 8, Murcia (2010), Revision, part 1 and 2 (Artists Space, New York, 2009, and Cell Projects, London, 2010), Curtain Show (Eastside Projects, 2010), and Life always Escapes (Wysing Arts, Cambridge, and e-flux journal 2009).

This talk is given as part of the lecture series The Visitor Talks : Plus One


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