Date/Time: 17/06/2004 12:00 am
Creative Politics: Making Art During War
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46 Avenue
Thursday, June 17, 2004
Debates about the relationship of art to politics permeate the history of modern
art, but during times of war and intense political conflict, they appear more
pressing and raise a number of questions for practicing artists: What does art have to do with politics? Should political conflict inform artistic production and the content of artwork? What power does art have to make social and political change? In a panel discussion moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs at The Museum of Modern Art, artists, critics, and scholars address these questions and more. Panelists include artists Maja Bajevic, Paul Chan and Adrian Piper, cartoonist Tom Tomorrow, and writer Lawrence Weschler.
This program is free. No tickets required. Space is limited to 70 people.
For more information about this program, please call (212) 708-9781, email
firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.moma.org/events/index.html.
Opening June 27 at P.S.1: presents the first United States solo exhibition of artist Maja Bajevic (b. 1967, Sarajevo; now living in Paris). The exhibition comprises Double Bubble, a recent video work; and Avanti Popolo, a sound installation.