“Art and Crisis”
“Art and Crisis,” A Panel Discussion
Thursday, January 17, 2013
6:30 – 8:30pm
ICI Curatorial Hub at TEMP Art Center
57 Walker St. NY 10013
On the occasion of the book release of INPUT #5: Blockhouse
ICI and INPUT Journal are pleased to announce a panel discussion on the occasion of the book release of INPUT #5: Blockhouse (Winter 2013). Under the curation of guest creative director Avelino Sala, “Blockhouse” as a metaphor for a bunker, explores the capacity of artists to confront crisis, and to question of the symbolic function of art and the role of creation during a critical moment of metaphorical entrenchment.
Renée Vara (Moderator), Editor, INPUT Journal; Curator; NYU Professor
Chus Martinez, Director, Museo del Barrio, NY
Imma Prieto, Professor, ERAM (University of Girona); Art Critic and Curator
Avelino Sala, Artist; Editor, Sublime magazine; Curator, Commission Curatorial Collective
INPUT #5 featured artists:
AES+F, Marc Bijl, Fernando Bryce, Paco Cao, Josechu Dávila, Wim Delvoye, Democracia, Mounir Fatmi, Carlos Garaicoa, Daniel García Andújar, Chus García Fraile, Kendell Geers, Goldiechiari, Regina Jose Galindo, MK Kaehne, Rogelio López Cuenca, Teresa Margolles, David Maroto, Mateo Matè, Pepe Medina, Jorge Mendéz Blake, Eugenio Merino, Santiago Morilla, Antonio Muntadas, Dan Perjovschi, PJSM, Anri Sala, Avelino Sala, Santiago Sierra and Pelayo Varela.
INPUT #5 featured art critics:
Fernando Castro Flórez, José Luis Corazón Ardura, Blanca de la Torre and Imma Prieto.
INPUT #5 is printed in English and Spanish and available in a limited edition of 150 copies.
Special thanks to ICI, the Spanish Consulate, and all participating artists and critics for their support.
INPUT is an avant-garde nonprofit journal founded in 2009. The journal seeks to preserve the book form as a space for artistic experimentation and collaboration in the field of art publishing. For each limited edition, a guest art director is invited to approach the space of the book in a curatorial fashion, using it as a means to explore current cultural conditions without commercial interruption. INPUT has been featured at the New York Art Book Fair, The Armory Show and Printed Matter.