Julieta Aranda and Carlos Motta.
Julieta Aranda and Carlos Motta
Julieta Aranda (b. 1975, Mexico City) currently lives and works between Berlin and New York. Major exhibitions include the Venice Biennial (2011); Stroom Den Haag, Netherlands (2011); Creative Time, New York (2011); Istanbul Biennial (2011); Portikus, Frankfurt (2011); Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York (2009); New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (2010); Kunstverein Arnsberg, Germany (2010); MOCA Miami (2009); Witte de With, Rotterdam (2010); Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2007); 2nd Moscow Biennial (2007); MUSAC, Léon, Spain (2010 and 2006); and VII Havanna Biennial. Aranda also serves as co-director of e-flux together with Anton Vidokle.
Carlos Motta (b. 1978 Bogotá, Colombia) is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work draws upon political history in an attempt to create counter narratives that recognize the inclusion of suppressed histories, communities, identities and ideologies. Major exhibitions include the New Museum, New York (2012); Wiener Festwochen, Vienna (2011); Museo de Arte del Banco de la República Bogotá (2010); Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin (2010); MoMA/PS1, New York (2009); Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2008); Art in General, New York (2008); and in International group exhibitions at Guggenheim Museum, New York (2011); Serralves Museum, Porto (2010); National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (2010); San Francisco Art Institute (2010); CCS Bard Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson (2009); and "X Biennale de Lyon" (2009).
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|Julieta Aranda and Carlos Motta and guests
"Thank You and Good-Bye"
||A public discussion with Julieta Aranda, Carlos Motta and guests (Naeem Mohaiemen, Adam Kleinman, Defne Ayas) that will use the publication “Broken English” as a point of departure to shift the focus from "Constructivism" as a movement in art and design to "Constructivism" as a sociological theory of knowledge focused in group interactions.||Free with reservation
|Julieta Aranda and Carlos Motta
||A Constructivist-style publication, reflecting on the constant cultural translations and negotiations of New York City.||Free|