september, 2016

23sep - 25octsep 2311:00 amoct 25Katya SanderSolo show(september 23) 11:00 am - (october 25) 8:30 pm GMT Plymouth Arts Centre, 38 Looe Street, Plymouth, PL4 0EBPlymouth Arts CentreVenue:Plymouth Arts Centre Event Tagsintervention,photography,public art,text,video

Event Details

Katya Sander
Plymouth Arts Centre, 38 Looe Street, Plymouth, PL4 0EB
Fri/Sat 11am-8.30pm, Sun 11am-5pm
Exhibition runs 2 September–29 October

Danish artist Katya Sander’s mid-career survey brings together works from the last ten years, revised or restaged for Plymouth in 2016. Finding source material on the streets, in the graffiti of public toilets, and through interviews with bankers, this group of work addresses the relationships between language and space and brings the city into the galleries. Using video, photography, text and public interventions, Katya Sander is interested in the public subconscious: the images we walk past everyday, the spaces we inhabit and the circulation of people, money and goods.

Katya Sander (born 1970) lives and works in Copenhagen and Berlin. Sander has exhibited internationally including at MoMA New York, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Tate Modern, Project Art Centre Dublin and Munich Kunstverein. She is also Professor for Conceptual and Mixed-media Based Practices at The Royal Danish Art Academy, Copenhagen.

http://www.katyasander.net/

Preview: Thursday 1 September, 6–8pm
Katya Sander will be in conversation with Ben Borthwick, PAC Artistic Director at 7pm

This exhibition has been made possible with the generous support of the Danish Arts Foundation. Some of this exhibition is on the first floor and accessible only by stairs.

A Glossary of Possible Gestures, Katya Sander, 2010. Courtesy the artist.

http://www.plymouthartscentre.org

 

Time

September 23 (Friday) 11:00 am - October 25 (Tuesday) 8:30 pm GMT

Location

Plymouth Arts Centre

Plymouth Arts Centre, 38 Looe Street, Plymouth, PL4 0EB

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