ONE HAND CANNOT CLAP:
Kate Cooper, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy & Justin Meekel
Themed exhibitions are considered an invention of the late 20th century. Before, museography allowed visitors an individual experience with the artwork. This experience progressively changed with the multiplication of themed exhibitions, the visitor being more liable to the curator’s vision.
In an intellectual context where we are conceptualizing post-capitalism and the reorientation of a market economy which placed individuals at its center toward common necessities, our guests will discuss how to think of art as a collective experience.