Tuesday, May 25 at 6:30 p.m.
Istiklal Str. no:115A Beyoglu/Ist.
Stine Hebert the current curator in residence at Platform Garanti will speak about her research and upcoming projects.
Hebert is interested in exploring the conditions of artistic production and has curated a number of exhibitions revolving around this topic. She is currently working on the international anthology ”Contemporary History Writing of the Self-organised” co-edited by Anne Szefer Karlsen, director of Hordaland Art Centre (NO). As a curator at The Factory of Art and Design in Copenhagen Hebert developed new residency formats to engage with and think beyond the current frameworks for contemporary art production and she most recently launched the international institutional collaboration and pilot project Collaborative Research Residency. Hebert will talk about these projects and present her recent collaboration with PiST/// Interdisciplinary Project Space for No Soul for Sale – A Festival of
Independents which was realised at Tate Modern between May 14-16, 2010.
Stine Hebert is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She holds an MA in Visual Culture from Goldsmiths College and an MRes in Art History from University of Copenhagen. She is part of the curatorial team for AUX – Forum for Sound Culture, a non-profit organisation she co-founded in 2004. Hebert has curated international exhibitions in Europe and the US and has contributed to various exhibition catalogues and magazines. She currently works as curator at The Factory of Art and Design and is external lecturer at the University of Copenhagen.
Image: Elmgreen & Dragset: Powerless Structures, Fig. 11 (1997)