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MFA Student Keith Tilford is a Panelist at Judd Foundation

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(IM)MATERIAL: Industrial and Post-industrial Fabrication and the Aesthetic Sphere
Organized by : Judd Foundation
Friday April 10, 5:00pm-6:30pm
101 Spring Street, New York, NY

This event focuses on the implications of industrial and post-industrial fabrication within contemporary art. Building from the transformation of artistic labor through industrial production initiated by minimalism and conceptual art, the panel, including artists Dora Budor and Josh Kline, and artist and theorist Keith Tilford, will consider histories of fabrication up to the present day. Most recently, the outsourcing of aspects of production has become standard practice in contemporary art. The discussion will explore the status of artistic labor in relation to technological developments, and the emancipatory possibilities offered by these technologies – if effectively re-vectored toward the production of new, post-capitalist political horizons.

Organized by Adriana Blidaru, Tim Gentles, Jody Graf, Rosario Guiraldes, and Dana Kopel, graduate students at The Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.

Tickets are $5 and can be reserved through this website.

More information here.

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