Alexandra Athanasiadou and Moritz Neumüller will help participants to follow the different steps necessary to build their theoretical outline and put it into words, creating a clear artist statement. A practical experience proposed, where attendees will expose their field of interest, generate ideas, make connections with relevant concepts, receive interdisciplinary stimuli in an attempt to open new perspectives for their practice.
Friday 23 and Saturday 24 October from 4 to 8 p.m.
Spanish and English
Minimum number of participants: 8
Maximum number of participants: 18
Saturday, October 24 open presentation of results of the workshop at 21h.
The results of the workshop will be present in an open session that will form part of the public Art d’Art Photo BCN program. In this forum, the participants will explain a short presentation (1-2 minutes each) showing the starting point and how the workshop will change their mentality.
The organizers will present the idea of TINDEP, a platform for text-imatge-appointments-events-network that seeks to give the creators and thinkers dialog a tangible reality. They invite the audience to contribute to the idea and propose forms to develop it.
Participants must register through the form and submit their work in advance by email. If you are selected, they will join the group, but they have been prepared to tremble intensely for a day.
Alexandra Athanasiadou is a researcher in image theory and art, graduate of Oxford University and of Courtauld Art Institute, London with a Phd in Aesthetics. After working for the Museum of Photography in Thessaloniki, and Candlestar in London, she now runs the Philosophy Photography Lab, a platform to bring together philosophers and photographers in order to explore the intertwining of philosophy of perception, aesthetics and photographic practice.
Moritz Neumüller is a curator, educator and communicator in the field of contemporary visual culture, with a Master degree in Art History and a PhD in Communication Management. He has worked for international institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, La Fábrica in Madrid and PhotoIreland, in Dublin and currently directs the Master Program for Contemporary Photography at IED Madrid. He is also chief curator of the Photobookweek Aarhus, Denmark, and runs the Curator Ship, an online resource for visual artists.