Join artist Viktor Popović in conversation with art historian and Curator Katherine Carl, for an intimate talk about the artist's past, present, and future projects. Popović's work often uses found objects and raw industrial materials in installations that probe the relationship between artwork, object, history and environment.
The conversation will be in conjunction with Split Archives, a solo exhibition that brings together over thirty works created in the last three years by Popović, marking his inaugural exhibition with C24 Gallery and in the United States. Using strategies of appropriation, and the application of archival research methods, Popović investigates history and collective social memory through his installations.
Katherine Carl is an art historian and currently Curator of the James Gallery and Deputy Director of the Center for the Humanities at the Graduate Center since 2011. She was Curator of Contemporary Exhibitions at The Drawing Center in 2004-2007. This follows her work at Dia Art Foundation (1999-2003); manager of the international artists exchange program ArtsLink (1996-1997); and program specialist at the National Endowment for the Arts (1991-1995). She has taught art history, theory, and criticism and curatorial methods in the Ph.D. Program in Art History at The Graduate Center (2014-current), Tyler School of Art (2010), Parsons (2009), Moore College of Art (2009) and New York University (2002-3). Carl received an American Council of Learned Societies fellowship in 2007 as well as numerous grants from The Trust for Mutual Understanding for her research and curatorial projects. She has lectured at Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Whitney Museum, New York, among other national and international venues. Carl’s co-edited books are Lost Highway Expedition Photobook (2007) as part of her participation in the School of Missing Studies, and Evasions of Power (2011). Her writing has been included inSpeculation Now (Vera List Center and Duke University Press, 2015) and Toward Participation as a Critical Spatial Practice (Sternberg Press, 2016). She holds a PhD in Art History and Criticism from the State University of New York, Stony Brook, and a B.A. from Oberlin College. Her dissertation entitled “Aoristic Avant-garde: Experimental art in 1960s and 70s Yugoslavia” is a springboard for her continuing research and curatorial practice.
The free talk takes place April 19 from 6-8pm at C24 Gallery.
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