Date: Saturday, 10 February 2018
Venue: Delfina Foundation
Tickets: Place reservations via Eventbrite will open shortly
Following several short residencies by Mark Dion, Delfina Foundation hosts an afternoon of conversations and film screenings that takes as a starting point Dion's long standing interest in examining the way museums construct knowledge through their objects and collections. The afternoon will explore contemporary artistic, scholarly and curatorial strategies that intervene in and interpret collections from an international context.
Further details about the event and information on how to reserve a place will be released shortly.
Mark Dion is an American conceptual artist best known for his use of scientific presentations in his installations. He is currently a mentor at Columbia University in New York and co-director of Mildred's Lane, a visual art education and residency program in Pennsylvania. Mark's work has been exhibited at dOCUMENTA 13, MoMA PS, Guggenheim Bilbao, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Tate, and MOMA. Mark was a former resident at Delfina Studios in London, the predecessor organisation to Delfina Foundation.