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An afternoon with...
An afternoon with Lynne Tillman, Bonnie Camplin, Lili Renaud-Dewar and Hanne Lippard.
An afternoon with Lynne Tillman
In conjunction with the exhibition Madame Realism, on view until June the 5th, Marres organises An afternoon with Lynne Tillman on May 15.
Lynne Tillman, author of the book The Madame Realism Complex and creator of the character Madame Realism, was raised in New York and Long Island. Lynne Tillman studied history and art at Hunter College and later lived in London and Amsterdam. Back in New York, she became an art critic and fiction writer. She is currently professor of writing at the University of Albany.
On May 15, Lynne Tillmann will give a lecture and read from her work. The exhibition Madame Realism, which addresses the role of the female dandy, got its title and inspiration from the book The Madame Realism Complex.
English spoken, free entrance (including a viewing of the exhibition)
Registration is not obligatory, but recommended, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, May 15 at 14:00 pm
An afternoon with Bonnie Camplin, Lili Reynaud-Dewar and Hanne Lippard
In conjunction with the exhibition Madame Realism, Marres presents an afternoon with three artists that are presented within the exhibition.
Artist talk by Bonnie Camplin, in which she will talk about matriarchs and decahedrons; a Bonobian position and the anarcho-feminist politics that inform her work.
Screening of Lili Reynaud-Dewar’sfilm Cleda’s Chairs (2010, 20 min), introduced by the artist herself. Against the backdrop of the French countryside, Cleda’s Chairs combines a family story with the recording of a performance with chairs, intersected with footage and voiceover from Pasolini’s ‘Notes for an African Orestes’.
Performance Man Alone With Herself by Hanne Lippard. A new performance loosely inspired by Nietzsche’s ‘will to power’ and Virginia Woolf’s A room of ones own, fused with melancholic pop.
Sunday, May 22nd at 14:00 pm.
English spoken, free admission (including the exhibition).
Registration recommended through email@example.com