what looks good today may not look good tomorrow: The Legacy of Michel Majerus
Symposium | 09.11.2022 |10h00–17h00 | Mudam Auditorium
With Sarah Johanna Theurer, Motoko Ishibashi, Fabian Schöneich, Ingrid Luquet-Gad, Cory Arcangel et Karen Archey
Through a series of talks and lecture-performances followed by a panel discussion, the symposium investigates the influence of Michel Majerus’s work on the practice of the ‘digital-native’ generation of artists, curators and researchers. International speakers working in and researching the field of visual arts will address the relevance of Majerus’s reflections today, while discussing different aspects of his legacy.
This symposium is the first chapter of a programme dedicated to the work of Michel Majerus and will be followed in Spring 2023 by an exhibition at Mudam and a publication gathering the contributions to the symposium.
Schedule (subject to change)
9h30–10h00: Welcome Coffee
10h15–11h00: Karen Archey
12h45–14h00: Lunch break
14h00–14h45: Fabian Schöneich
14h45–15h30: Cory Arcangel
15h45–17h00: Panel discussion, moderated by Bettina Steinbrügge
17h00: Drinks at Mudam Café
* Performances by Motoko Ishibashi will take place throughout the day
For more information visit mudam.com or contact [email protected].
Michel Majerus, "what looks good today may not look good tomorrow", 2000© Michel Majerus Estate, 2022. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Werner E. Josten (by exchange). Photo: Jens Ziehe, Berlin