The art of neglect
What happens to your art when you are no longer there? Legacy is a part of professional practice that sooner or later every artist or next of kin has to deal with. At the same time, it is a theme that most do not concern themselves with or like to think about. Because: leaving an artistic life is comprehensive. How do you manage this properly? What do you have to think about and how to get started?
On Wednesday 23 November, Art Office organizes an information afternoon on inheritance. During this afternoon we will provide insight into various aspects of this topic and we will provide you with tools to help you move forward. The aim is to make thinking about the legacy a natural part of professional practice. The official language is Dutch.
The reason for this afternoon is the recent survey of John Blaak among Rotterdam visual artists about legacy. Ove Lucas, director of CBK Rotterdam, will discuss the most important results of this survey with him. Miriam Windhausen, expert in the field of artist legacies and art historian, talks about various aspects of it. We then give the floor to two experts by experience. Jenna Bag, who as a visual artist is consciously and actively engaged in mapping and categorizing her oeuvre, shares her experiences in an image report and Martin in Shop, who, as a friend, took care of the legacy of visual artist David Flipse (1948-2007), talks about legacy as a social sculpture. The afternoon will be rounded off with the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers. Afterwards there is an opportunity to chat over a drink.
Date, time & location
Wednesday November 23
15.45:18.00 pm - XNUMX:XNUMX pm
Admission is free. Because of a Limited number of places, it's nice if you can register in advance via firstname.lastname@example.org. Mention you in the emaile First and last name en as subject: 23 November 2022. on mYou will receive a confirmation email on 21 November.