Cycles – Rethinking Audiences

 

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‘Cycles’ is a project hosted by the Danish initiative PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art in Berlin, founded and directed by curators Rhea Dall and Kristine Siegel.

‘Cycles’ is an experimental exhibition and research structure that invites audiences to collectively and critically explore the range and diversity of artistic practice today by gradually presenting artworks, production processes as well as related material in cumulative display, text, and event formats. Over six months, an artistic practice is investigated, presenting and correlating three or more exhibitions. Displays of older works, collaborations, performances, unfinished business, failed ideas, archives, and other material allow for a slow surfacing of recurring themes, materials, and methods as well as contradictions and productive disruptions across a body of work. As simultaneous outlets for the same investigation, frequent live events (Parlors) and up to ten publications per Cycle (Papers) are offered to audiences free of charge.

The aim of ‘Cycles’ is to create an on-going library around artistic practices today and their not-for-profit support structures.

With works by Falke Pisano and Judith Hopf

PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art

PRAXES

 

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