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Ghislaine Leung PRESENTS

The program will be postponed and is planned to take place in 2023.


Ghislaine Leung, Power Relations, 2019, Maxwell Graham/Essex Street, New York, Ausstellungsansicht / installation view, Courtesy Ghislaine Leung & Maxwell Graham/Essex Street, New York, © Ghislaine Leung

mumok presents a new work by Ghislaine Leung specially conceived for the cinema. Much like Leung’s score-based works for exhibition, PRESENTS takes the structure of the screening to task, amplifying and doubling up the conditions of presentation. Leung will be joined in conversation by writer and curator Mike Sperlinger. This text has been provided to character count and edited by Ghislaine Leung and Naoko Kaltschmidt. All details are correct as of June 22, 2022.


Ghislaine Leung PRESENTS

Presented by Ghislaine Leung, with a conversation between Ghislaine Leung and Mike Sperlinger (in English)

Ghislaine Leung lives in London, UK. Exhibitions (selection): PORTRAITS, Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach (2021); 0465773005, Cabinet, London (2021); CONSTITUTION, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Chisenhale Gallery, London (2021); Power Relations, Essex Street, London (2019). She is a member of PUBLIKATIONEN + EDITIONEN. Her first collection of writings, Partners, was published in 2018 and her second publication is forthcoming with Divided.

Mike Sperlinger lives in Oslo, Norway. He is currently professor of writing at the Oslo Academy of Fine Art. Previously a co-founder of LUX, London, he recently started a new Norwegian initiative for artists’ moving images called PRISMS. Recent texts include Occasional Criticism (2018), a chapbook about how films are affected by the circumstances in which we watch them. He is also the editor of several publications, including Here Is Information. Mobilise, a selection of writings by the late artist Ian White.

Program note: on Tuesdsay, June 21, 2022 a conversation with Ghislaine Leung will take place at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, hosted by Martin Beck and Sabeth Buchmann: 5 pm, room M13a, main building at Schillerplatz, 1010 Vienna

  • Mit freundlicher Unterstützung
€ 6,– / ermäßigt € 4,50