June 12 – 15-18.15
What is Still Left Unseen?, Centraal Museum, Utrecht
Talk & Performance
Registration closed, performance is open to everyone
The exhibition ‘MOED: What is Left Unseen’ is coming to an end on June 30. Therefore, on June 12th, MOED organizes an afternoon program centered around the exhibition. Together with members of the curatorial team (Nancy Jouwe, Rosemarie Buikema and Rolando Vázquez), Domitilla Olivieri and artist Iris Kensmil, we will reflect on the exhibition, and look ahead.
What insights have we gained, where do we stand now, and what comes next for us in the Dutch art world? The program will end with the performance ‘November 29, 1781’ by Brazilian artist Priscila Rezende.
15:00-15.15: Visiting ‘MOED: What is Left Unseen’ exhibition
15.15-15:45: Talks by MOED’s curators Nancy Jouwe, Rosemarie Buikema and Rolando Vázquez
15:45-16:05: Nancy Jouwe in conversation with Iris Kensmil on her artistic practice and the Venice Biennale
16:05-16:30: Panel session with curators, chaired by Domitilla Olivieri
16.30-16.45: Visiting ‘MOED: What is Left Unseen’ with curators & artists
16.45-18:15: Performance ‘November 29, 1781’ by Priscila Rezende (outside)
- Location: Centraal Museum, space ‘de Verdieping’ (next to exhibition spaces 7 + 8)
- Time: 15:00-16.45, followed by Priscila Rezende’s performance until 18:15
- Entry: Free, museum ticket is needed (museumjaarkaart/ICOM is valid).
- Language: English
- Priscila Rezende’s performance is free of charge and can be visited without attending the panel and talks
The work that Rezende will perform at the museum, ’29 de novembro, 1781′ recalls and reflects the life and death of those enslaved throughout the entire process that meant slavery exploitation between the 16th and 19th century, the main motor of development of the European continent.
Image courtesy Iris Kensmil, Sojourner Truth, 2019, fotografie G.J.van ROOIJ.
This event is co-funded by the IOS Gender & Diversity Hub of Utrecht University. https://www.uu.nl/en/research/institutions-for-open-societies/gender-and-diversity