ALCN #019

ART IS WORK

edited by Apart collective

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ART IS WORK

curated by Apart collective
Krokus Gallery, Bratislava

15 Feb - 29 Mar 2018

 

ask for you copy via info@apart.sk or download PDF bellow

 

Zostavili / Edited by: Apart Collective
Texty / Texts © Apart Collective, Tereza Stejskalová, Anton Vidokle, Liam Gillick, Eliška Mazalánová, Mohammad Salemy,
Redakcia / Editing: Ema Hesterová, Peter Sit, Denis Kozerawski
Preklady / Translation © Juliana Sokolová, Vít Bohal, Václav Janoščík, Kristína Országhová, Andrej Žabkay
Tlač / Printed by: BB print
Náklad / Printing of: 199

The exhibition and the catalogue has been
supported using public funds provided
by Slovak Arts Council. This publication
reflects the views only of the author, and
the Council cannot be held responsible for
the information contained therein.


Vydali / Published by Apart o.z. & Krokus Galéria 2018
© Apart o.z. & Krokus Galéria 2018

 

Ďakujeme / Thanks to: e-flux, Krokus Galéria, Miro Gajdoš, Martina Hajachová, Klaudia Kosziba, Maureen Paley, Andrej Sádecký, Lise Soskolne, tranzit.sk, laureáti Ceny Oskára Čepána 2017 – Katarína Hrušková, Nik Timková, Zuzana Žabková

 

Behind every exhibition opening, festival and biennale is hidden creativity and artistic labour. In the contemporary world of art and the global art market, a great deal of artistic labour remains unrecognized, eventhough the existence of the whole environment stands and falls on its tangible results.

 

The exhibition Art Is Work aims to establish a discussion about the underfinanced cultural sector in the Slovak art scene, in particular about the lack of financial evaluation for artists and in adequate conditions for their work.

 

Presented art works, planned lectures and debates in various forms ask questions about the value of artistic work, point to its precarization and its relation to capitalism, and its forms and transformations in (neo) liberal society. It seems,
that in order forthe system of unfair redistribution, in which we live today, to reproduce itself, certain “work” must disappear in order for another “work” to appear. Whether it is the work of a cultural employee or artist, wage worker or artistic installation, which is a result of artistic
labour. In spite of its necessity, we are not allowed to see certain”work” so that we do not see
the malfunctioning of the system.

 

ART IS WORK v spolupráci s / in collaboration with: A2 kulturní čtrnáctideník, APART collective, Feministická (umělecká) instituce, Liam Gillick, Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Jana Kapelová, Barbora Kleinhamplová, Bojana Kunst, Nulová mzda, Mohammad Salemy, Krisdy
Shindler, Jiří Skála, Tereza Stejskalová, Pavel Sterec, Raša Todosijević, Anton Vidokle, Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.)

 

 

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exhibition info

 

 


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