Collection Collective. Template for a Future Model of Representation (Exhibition at tranzit.sk, Bratislava, Slovakia) & Collection Collective. In the Future All Our Homes Will Be Museums (Public seminar at Kunsthalle Bratislava, Slovakia) [Curator]

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Morariu, V., Angel, J. and Voinea, R. 2017. Collection Collective. Template for a Future Model of Representation (Exhibition at tranzit.sk, Bratislava, Slovakia) & Collection Collective. In the Future All Our Homes Will Be Museums (Public seminar at Kunsthalle Bratislava, Slovakia) [Curator]. tranzit.sk, Beskydská 12, Bratislava, Slovakia 10 Oct - 18 Nov 2017
Title of workCollection Collective. Template for a Future Model of Representation (Exhibition at tranzit.sk, Bratislava, Slovakia) & Collection Collective. In the Future All Our Homes Will Be Museums (Public seminar at Kunsthalle Bratislava, Slovakia) [Curator]
CreatorsMorariu, V., Angel, J. and Voinea, R.
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The project Collection Collective. Template for a Future Model of Representation explores the present-day crisis of the collection-based institution of contemporary art and identifies potential in a model of (art) collection that is simultaneously assembled, owned and run by artists and other cultural producers. A five-week-long exhibition with invited artists, a closed workshop and a public seminar with artists, lawyers, social theorists, economists, and academics are organized in an attempt to question how such a model could function.
Dates: 10.10. - 18.11. 2017
Participating artists:
Vlad Basalici, Tania Bruguera, Fokus Grupa, Jana Kapelová, Dan Mihaltianu, Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Ilona Németh, Lia Perjovschi, Martin Piaček, Martha Rosler, Martina Růžičková & Max Lysáček, Péter Szabó
Further contributions:
Andi Gavril, Alena Kunicová, Peter Lényi, Dan Perjovschi, Alexandra Pirici
Teamwork:
Tamara Al-Janabi, Petra Balíková, Roman Bicek, Peter Barényi, Sándor Bartha, Palo Fabuš, Nataša Husková, Zuzana Jánská, Márk Macsicza, Eliška Mazalanová
Curated by:
Judit Angel, Vlad Morariu, Raluca Voinea
Collection Collective. In the Future All Our Homes Will Be Museums
seminar with:
Dave Beech, Valeria Graziano, Alenka Gregorič, Rado Ištok, Mira Keratová
11 October, 2017 at 5 pm
Kunsthalle KLUB, Námestie SNP 12, 81106 Bratislava

Output mediaExhibition
LanguageEnglish
First publicly available date
Print10 Oct 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited23 Oct 2020
Completed18 Nov 2017
Exhibition titleCollection Collective
Web address (URL)http://sk.tranzit.org/en/exhibition/0/2017-10-10/collection-collective
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Collection Collective. Tools for self-representation. Documentary display with website launch and public seminar at tranzit.ro (Romania)
Morariu, V., Angel, J., Voinea, R. and Collection Collective Members 2018. Collection Collective. Tools for self-representation. Documentary display with website launch and public seminar at tranzit.ro (Romania). tranzit.ro, Str. Gazelei, nr. 44, sector 4 Bucharest, Romania 25 Oct - 04 Nov 2018
Collection collective: collection of contemporary art
Morariu, V., Angel, J., Voinea, R. and Collection Collective Members 2018. Collection collective: collection of contemporary art. Collection Collective.
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