What is the role of process in the work of both artists and curators? What does it mean for a curator to confuse or even swap roles with the artist, for example reproducing the artist’s work herself? First-year graduate students at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) work with Bernd Krauss, artist-in-residence at the Center this fall, to create a process-oriented and heterogeneous exhibition at the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild employing a wide range of media and extending beyond the physical space of the gallery.
Bernd Krauss in collaboration with Laura Barlow, Sarah Demeuse, Ozge Ersoy, Ginny Kollak, Daniel Mason, Mackenzie Schneider, and Andrea Torreblanca.
Assisted by Sofia Hernandez, CCS Bard Curator in Residence, and Niko Vicario, CCS Bard Curatorial Fellow.
On view at:
The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild
34 Tinker Street
Woodstock, New York 12498
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Bernd Krauss is based in Nuremberg and Stockholm. Recent projects include 7ShopsaWeek at the Whitechapel Gallery, London; Kapell, kapell (with Nina Svensson) at the Länsmuseet Harnösand; and für die hinterm Vorhang leben (for those behind the curtains) at Grazer Kunstverein. More about the artist at: berndkrauss.blogspot.com
I am Yours is a new project by Bernd Krauss, the fall 2008 artist-in-residence at the Center for Curatorial Studies.