Interinstitutional Critique class
at Institut Funder Bakke
With Curator Victoria Ivanova and Artist Rasmus Røhling
The first weekend of November - fri the 5th till sun the 7th - we invite 12 students from DJK and HFBJK to participate in a weekend of extended and collective critique.
4 of the 12 students will bring work/works, and these works will be the subject matter for the critique.
This meaning that there will be an unusual amount of time available to collectively seek out an understanding of each works idea - potential etc.
In turn those who will bring their work will install at the exhibition space at IFB and we will then spend 3-4 hours on each work.
In between sessions we will do communal lunch and dinner.
Hopefully these longer sessions will allow us to dwell drift and practise the use of a
collective gaze and intellect.
This critique session will be conducted/guided by London based Curator Victoria Ivanova and Copenhagen based artsit Rasmus Røhling and will be in english.
the set up will be like this
friday evening everyone arrives in Funder saturday
10 - 14 critique lunch
16 - 20 critique dinner hang out
9 - 13 critique lunch
15 - 19 critique the end.
The students will all be spending the weekend in the main house in Funder and will have to be okay with a bit of a doormatory sleepover vibe. I.e. bringing sleeping bags and sharing bedrooms.
I am a curator, writer and strategic consultant (with a shadow passion for tennis). I am currently working with the Serpentine’s Arts Technologies team as R&D Strategist, and also completing a practice-based PhD.
My core focus is on systemic and infrastructural conditions that shape socio-economic, political and institutional realities. To this extent, I develop (i.e. research, write
about, curate programmes, do public talks and consult on) innovative approaches to organisational design, policy, finance and rights.
I am a co-founder of Izolyatsia, Real Flow and Bureau for Cultural Strategies (bux). Back in 2010, I graduated from the LSE with an MSc in Human Rights, which was
followed by a Masters in Curatorial Studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies Bard College in 2014.
Rasmus Røhling is a Danish artist, he graduated from Jutland Art Academy in 2008 and holds an MFA from CalArts 2010
Røhlings works primarily in video and sculpture. His recent work deals with the representation of male eccentricity/anxiety throughout art history and how this iconification informs our current understanding of the term ”male crisis”
Institut Funder Bakke programmet 2021
er generøst støttet af
Roskilde fesitval Fonden
Knud Højgaards Fond
Det Obelske Familie Fond