Kelly Lloyd (US), vores tidligere kunstner-i-residency, vender tilbage til Aarhus en uge i marts.
Kelly vil bl.a. deltage i en AaBKC Social (denne gang over en morgenmad), hvor hun vil præsentere og diskutere den research, hun arbejdede på under sit residency hos os i efteråret 2018. Kellys forskning fokuserer på kunstneres økonomiske levevilkår.
(Diskussionen vil være på engelsk.)
Om Kelly Lloyd:
Kelly Lloyd is a multidisciplinary conceptual artist who focuses on issues of representation and knowledge production and prioritizes public-facing collaborative research. Lloyd received a dual M.F.A. in Painting and M.A. in Visual & Critical Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015, and earned a B.A. from Oberlin College in 2008. Recent projects include solo exhibitions at the Institute for Contemporary Art Baltimore and Shane Campbell Gallery (Lincoln Park), and inclusion in “Fleeting Monuments for the Wall of Respect” for the Museum of Vernacular Art in Zürich, Chicago and Vienna. Lloyd performed with Eleni Zaharopoulos and Flux Factory at ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum in 2018, and with Jesse Malmed and ACRE TV at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art in 2016. Her essay "Katie Sokoler Your Construction Paper Tears Can't Hide Your Yayoi Kusama Neurotic Underbelly" is included in The Retro-Futurism of Cuteness (punctum press, October 2017), and she is currently working with Beatrice Press on a series of essays about "Sexy Man Artists." Kelly Lloyd is currently the Starr Fellow at the Royal Academy of Art in London.
The Art Workers Event Series:
Denne AaBKC Social er en del af The Art Workers Event Series - en række events om kunstneres økonomiske levevilkår med kunstnerne Fiona Reilly (IE), Kelly Lloyd (US) og Lise Skou (DK).
Other events in The Art Workers Event Series:
- March 25, The Art Workers Event Series - Badge Launch
- March 26, The Art Workers Event Series - JBA TV Special
- March 28, The Art Workers Event Series - Århus Feminist Reading Group
See full program for The Art Workers Event Series here: