As part of the online programme of Pallas Projects Studios (Dublin) Frank Wasser will deliver the lecture 'Exhibition Continues this way' on February 4th 2021. Book Here
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How it works: Contact us below and let us know which lecture you're interested in. You chose a topic from a list (see below for lecturers and lectures that are available) The lectures are delivered LIVE. The lectures last between 45 minutes to 60 minutes. After the lecture, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact directly with the lecturer!
The Virtual Lectures founder Frank Wasser is an Artist and Art educator with extensive experience developing pedagogical frameworks having delivered hundreds of workshops, tours, and lectures across several institutions including Tate Modern, Royal College of Art, Frieze Art Fair, The Design Museum and Turner Contemporary.
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The Virtual Lectures by Frank Wasser—Exhibition continues this way
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Streamed live 4–5pm, Thursday, 4th February, 2021
This is the fourth of ‘The Virtual Lectures by Frank Wasser’ — this lecture will trace the many histories of exhibition making as a means to pose a number of pertinent questions.
Galleries, museums, project spaces have been mostly shut for almost a year and the viewing of art has largely migrated to online platforms such as ‘online viewing rooms’ and curated screen based work, with this in mind this lecture will address a number of pertinent questions.
What is an exhibition?
How is an exhibition?
Why is an exhibition?
When is an exhibition?
Which is an exhibition?
Who is an exhibition?
Where is an exhibition?
How can exhibitions be read and understood across varying social, cultural and political contexts? What is the future of the exhibition? What is the role of the exhibition within the practice of an artist? Following on from previous virtual lectures by Frank Wasser this lecture will take the form of a seemingly sporadic yet intricately linked performative list. The political histories, legacies, influences, successes, failures, and implications of exhibition making will be the focus of this list which can be used as resource for further conversations.
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Artist and Art Historian
Frank Wasser Lectures Available:
Contemporay Art and Performance Art (60 minutes)
Tailored Lecture: (60 minutes)
Frank Wasser is an artist and writer. Wasser is currently a DPhil (Ph.D.) candidate at the University of Oxford. Wasser was born in Dublin, Ireland and is based in London. Wasser studied Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland and graduated with an MFA in 2012. He has exhibited and lectured internationally and has been an invited guest lecturer and educator at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, The Design Museum, National College of Art and Design, Art Basel, Frieze Art Fair, University of Reading and the RCA.
Wasser lectures on Art History, Contemporary Art History, and Contemporary Art theory.