Please join us for this special edition of Free Lunch on Tuesday, 26 October, at 12:00pm to meet the artist Michala Paludan. The lunch will take place in the exhibition “Everything is Simple and Beautiful, and You are My Friend” at Thoravej 29, 2400 Copenhagen NV.
During the Free Lunch we’ll have a conversation about Paludans new work “No Future (photos for toddlers)” currently exhibited in the exhibition at Thoravej 29. We may touch upon subjects such as what toddlers want? Børnenes Billedbog, Albert Renger-Patzsch and what a future that is not predicated on the figure of a child would look like.
Also joining the conversation: Bennye Düranc Austring, Consultant, Project Manager and Researcher at Center for Social Education, Roskilde and a dedicated granddad, and Johanne Løgstrup, curator, educator and writer.
If interested in this Free Lunch, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday, 25 October 12 pm.
A limited number of seats are available.
The conversation will be in Danish, a vegetarian meal is served.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Michala Paludan is a visual artist based in Copenhagen. In her practice Paludan investigates how our perception of society is constructed through interactions with photographs, collections, exhibition design and activism. In previous works, often in the form of installations, Paludan has worked with questions of satire, labor, care and reproduction.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
“Everything is Simple and Beautiful, and You are My Friend” is curated by Institut Funder Bakke and is part of the group exhibition “Thoravej 29” on show Thursday- Sunday 1-6 pm until 31 October. For more information on the exhibition
ABOUT FREE LUNCH SERIES
Art Hub is dedicated to creating contact and interaction among younger artists. Every other Tuesday we invite the art world and public to a free lunch where they can enjoy an informal conversation with a young, professional visual artist. The artist is invited to talk about their practice, current research or new ideas – and to explore the issues that are part of every art practice.