Talk Series: Karin Sander
The artist Karin Sander has acquired international renown for her conceptual and context-oriented work. Working with installation, sculpture, photography, new technologies and other media, Sander draws attention to the complex relationship between artwork, institution and audience. Her interventions with space and architecture are particularly prominent. She has a professorship for Art and Architecture at ETH, Zürich.She has a professorship for Art and Architecture at ETH, Zürich, and visits Iceland regularly, also with her students. Recently she exhibited at the i8 Gallery in Reykjavík, where she displayed her work, Kitchen Pieces, consisting of fruits and vegetables mounted on the walls. She has a professorship for Art and Architecture at ETH, Zürich
The TALK Series is a collaborative project between the Icelandic Art Center, Iceland Academy of the Arts and the Reykjavík Art Museum. Since the year 2012 artists, thinkers and curators have been invited to Iceland to teach, talk and get to know the local art scene.
The presentation is in English and free for all.