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  • Rodney Graham: The Gifted Amateur, Nov. 10th, 1962. 2007, Detail

Prof. Michael Glasmeier
Other Studios. Post Studio Art and Studiolo

27.06, 7pm

With the artists’ subversive strategies around Fluxus or performance and the so-called Post Studio Art, which became programmatic for Californian Conceptual Art of the 1970s and Land Art, the studio redefines itself as a place of artistic production. It is no longer the mythical place of the skylight, but rather a space for reflection, writing, office-like organization and the artist’s archive. The lecture attempts to trace these movements and, using selected works of art by Rodney Graham, Rembrandt, Tomas Schmit, and George Brecht as examples, focuses on the strategies of those artistic positions that leave the traditional studio in favor of an art that is effective in everyday life beyond the museum.

Michael Glasmeier is Professor of Art Studies at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen, has numerous publications on art history and on the theory and practice of contemporary art, is curator of exhibitions on art and comedy (2009), on the 50th anniversary of the documenta in Kassel (2005), on tableaux vivants (2002), baroque and contemporary art (2001), Samuel Beckett and Bruce Nauman (2000), crime and art (1999), artists’ books (1994), artists’ records (1989) and visual poetry (1987). Lives in Bremen and Berlin. Recent publications include: Künstler als Wissenschaftler, Kunsthistoriker und Schriftsteller (ed., 2012), Anarchie des Lachens (ed., 2011), Albernheit (with Lisa Steib, 2011), Das Ganze in Bewegung. Essays zu einer Kunstgeschichte des Gegenwärtigen (2009), Die skelettierten Stadtmusikanten und Das Glück bei den Kühen. Märchenmotive in der zeitgenössischen Kunst (2009), Künstler in der Lehre. Texte von Ad Reinhardt bis Ulrike Grossarth (ed.. with. E. Bippus, 2009).

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