Thursday, January 19, 2012

Fwd: INVITATION - TALK: No Lone Zone, Tuesday 24 January

Image: David Zink Yi, Untitled (Architeuthis), 2010.
Courtesy the artist, Johann König, Berlin and Hauser & Wirth.
Photo: Thomas Müller
Gasworks hosts a talk by the artists taking part in No Lone Zone, an exhibition curated by Iria Candela and Taiyana Pimentel. The talk at Gasworks preceeds the exhibition that will take place at Tate Modern's Level 2 gallery from 27 January to 13 May 2012.

No Lone Zone is a technical term which refers to a restricted area where at least two people must have sight of a critical or sensitive procedure. The exhibition brings together works by Cinthia Marcelle, Teresa Margolles, David Zink Yi and the Tercerunquinto collective that explore this concept in relation to the vulnerability of current social and economic structures. Consisting of sculpture, video and installation, the exhibition reflects on the senses of loss, danger or urgency that inform human actions and collective endeavours in such a turbulent global context.

The talk at Gasworks will be moderated by Catherine Petitgas (Collector and Trustee of Triangle Network) and will include the curators of the exhibition, Cinthia Marcelle, David Zink Yi and the Tercerunquinto collective. It will provide an opportunity to meet the artists and discuss their practices in an open, public forum.

No Lone Zone is result of a collaboration between Tate Modern, London and Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Mexico City. The curatorial exchange is supported by the World Collections Programme, with the collaboration of Gasworks. The Level 2 Gallery programme is made possible with the generous support of Catherine Petitgas.
Please arrive early as places are limited. Directions to Gasworks and travel information here.

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