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DAVID JABLONOWSKI. TOOLS AND ORIENTATIONS.
Location: Teijin auditorium, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Time: October 3, 2013, 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Entrance: Entrance price to the Stedelijk Museum + € 2.50 supplement
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The Stedelijk Museum, in collaboration with Fons Welters Gallery, presents David Jablonowski. Tools and Orientations, as part of its ongoing stedelijk|book launch-program. This book contains a conversation between Jablonowski and writer Ana Teixeira Pinto, and documents the artist’s recent and early works, including his exhibition in the botanical garden of Münster in cooperation with Westfälischer Kunstverein in 2012. Kristina Scepanski, director of the Westfälischer Kunstverein in Münster, will provide an introduction to the event, followed by a Q&A between Jablonowski and Katja Schroeder, freelance curator and critic, and the editor of David Jablonowski. Tools and Orientations.
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David Jablonowski moved from Germany to Amsterdam in 2007, where he graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and participated in De Ateliers studio program. In 2011, he participated in the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York. In his work, Jablonowski examines the surface and the evolution of contemporary communication technologies. In the form of sculptures, videos, and installations, he focuses on the development of language as a technically reproducible code and aesthetic production with regard to the communication of knowledge and information. His artistic interest is in the sculptural quality of communication techniques, as well as the specific aesthetics of different historical media formats, which make a long-term impact on perception and cultural self-conception. At the moment David Jablonowski’s solo exhibition Prosumer is on view at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag in partnership with De Ateliers in Amsterdam. Recent solo exhibitions include Tools and Orientations, Baltic Center for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, Newcastle, UK; Blue Greens, Westfalischer Kunstverein Munster; user, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam; Many to Many (Stone Carving High Performance), Dallas Contemporary, USA; 1.33:1, Hard Copy Display Sequences, Multi Channel Projection at Bloomberg SPACE, London; Material Kontingenz at Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Amsterdam; and Perfection Simple Way at Gallery Luettgenmeijer. Group exhibitions include Monumentalism, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; The Dutch Identity?, De Paviljoens, Almere; After Architects, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel; and Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree, Gallery Luettgenmeijer, Berlin.
Kristina Scepanski received her MA in art history, German, and English philology from the University of Cologne in 2009. She has worked for the European Kunsthalle in Cologne, a discursive platform without a physical location, and the Kunstverein in Düsseldorf. In 2011 and 2012, she was a Helena Rubinstein Fellow in the Curatorial Program at the Whitney Independent Study Program. Since 2013, she has been the director of Westfälischer Kunstverein in Münster.
Katja Schroeder studied at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. She has worked as project coordinator at Deichtorhallen Hamburg and was curator and deputy director at Frankfurter Kunstverein before starting her position as director of Westfälischer Kunstverein Münster in 2009. Additionally, she curated various exhibitions at the Ursula Blickle Foundation and Arthur Boskamp Foundation and published several artists’ books. Today, she is based in Hamburg as a freelance curator and editor.
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