Berlin-based artist Folke Köbberling's practice sits between sculpture, installation and architecture.
Date: 6 December 2014
Berlin-based artist Folke Köbberling's practice sits between sculpture, installation and architecture. She uses streets, squares, bridges, parks, and interiors as areas in which to operate. The materials used always originate from existing free “urban resources”: waste or giveaway embedded in social relations.
Köbberling will talk about her practice focused around concepts of artistic and aesthetic opposition to pressures of consumer society, threatening to change the appearance of our cities in a fundamental way. Her practice suggests alternatives to the consumerist ideology through structural installations, artistic statements, actions, situated in theory.
Date/Time: TUE 2 DEC at 6.30 pm
Venue: CE4, Central House
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