MNGRV: Artist Talk & Q&A Susanne Kriemann
Susanne Kriemann will talk about her new project MNGRV, which explores speculative and material interconnections between the mangroves in South and South-East Asia and plastic waste. She investigates how in times of climate change and environmental pollution the borders between nature and culture increasingly disappears.
MNGRV was made with a focus on sustainable production. After the talk, we therefore invite you to think along while we continue to think about the complex relation between art and the environment. What is the responsibility of the artist? When do ethics and aesthetics relate, and when might they clash? How do we create/design/curate in sustainable ways?
There is limited space available, so sign up quickly here: http://www.shorturl.at/jvw58
The event will also be livestreamed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24rnd287h74
This event will be in English and take place in de Groene Zaal at FMI Praediniussingel 59. The conversation is moderated by Gabriela Milyanova and Ruby de Vos.
Susanne Kriemann lives and works in Berlin. She translates extensive archival and field research into images, installations, and artist books. She has exhibited her work in San Francisco, Rotterdam, Basel, Berlin, Toronto and Vienna, and particiapted in biennials in Karachi, Berlin, Shanghai, and Ghent.