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ACFNY SUPPORTED | EXHIBITION

ACFNY SUPPORTED | EXHIBITION

AUSTRIAN ARTIST COLLECTIVE DIENSTAG ABEND AT EXPO CHICAGO

THURSDAY SEP 18 - SUNDAY SEP 21

Open Hours

Friday, September 19 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday, September 20 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday, September 21: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

 

ArtReview, one of the world's leading international contemporary art magazines, presents dienstag abend (Tuesday evening), a collaborative artists’ platform based in Vienna, organized by Ludwig Kittinger and Fernando Mesquita. Founded in 2009 at Kunstraum Ve.Sch, Vienna, its organizers consider dienstag abend to be a situation, composed by the local environment and/or collective mechanisms, frequently taking the form of a temporary bar or kitchen. The events that occur within this circumstance are themselves driven by the idea of heterarchy, without mediation between artist and audience, to enable a more direct approach. In talking about a friendship-based project, Viktor Misiano once said: “There can be no successful or unsuccessful project in friendship. There can only be disappointment.”

As part of the publication’s program ArtReview Live, the installation will involve the contributions of approximately ten artists in the form of instructions on the further development of the “bar.” The instructions will be largely left to chance, ranging from potential additions or de-constructions to the existing structure – possibly containing conflicting aspects, and nearly leading to dysfunction – where the final outcome is left purposefully open; a sort of semi functional collaborative object that happens both live and in situ. Beverages, such as coffee, tea, water, and possibly soup, will be offered on a donation system, adding a social aspect to the exposition. Additionally, dienstag abend will conduct one live performance daily, adapting in collaboration with local artists in Chicago. These performances will manifest in different forms, playing on the idea of distance and access. In addition to this live aspect, dienstag abend will place a monitor that will exhibit video works by artists most likely not known in the US, and mostly less present at art fairs.

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Ludwig Kittinger, born 1977 in Graz, Austria, lives and works in Vienna, Austria. He attended Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design in London, England.

Fernando Mesquita, born 1976 in Santarém, Portugal, lives and works in Vienna, Austria. He attended the College of Arts and Design (Escola Superior De Artes E Design, E.S.A.D.), Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.

VENUE
Navy Pier
600 E Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

http://expochicago.com/visitors/expo-store