RELATIONSHIPS, NETWORKS & CONNECTIONS
insitu collective cycle II
A series of exhibitions set up as ‘frameworks’ for different formats of exchange to engage collaboratively and gain a deeper understanding of different approaches to artistic work and curatorial processes. This includes exhibitions that respond directly to each other; invited exchanges between different project spaces or curators; and artistic responses to specific proposals.
Three artists, two parallel exhibitions: for parallelisms insitu invited an additional curator to see how shifts of curatorial perspectives can draw out different threads between the multi-layered practices of the artists Eli Cortiñas, Ingo Mittelstaedt and Sam Smith. read more >
13 March - 3 May 2015 @ insitu
O.K. - The Musical by artist and musician Christopher Kline is based around the history and lore of his hometown Kinderhook, New York. For this ongoing project, insitu was transformed into a dynamic space for production and rehearsals of the musical, culminating in the very first performance of O.K. – The Musical (Dress Rehearsals) at KW Institute for Contemporary Art. read more >
15 January - 21 February 2015 @ insitu and 26 February 2015 @ KW Institute for Contemporary Art
An exhibition designed as a laboratory for visitors to discover how artists work with extraordinary forms of communication, try out self-hypnosis, artistic healing methods, or register for a fortune telling session to discover their own extrasensory bonds. read more >
13 - 28 June 2014 @ insitu
From all-time superstars to small and humble role-models, personal idols take many different forms, giving us something to be awed by and aspire to. For meet your idol, insitu invited the German artist Helene Hellmich to reflect on those who have influenced her practice and to present her work alongside theirs.
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19 September - 18 October 2014 @ insitu