Certainly one may say, ‘Freedom to speak or write can be taken from us by a superior power, but never the freedom to think!’ But how much, and how correctly, would we think if we did not think, as it were, in common with others, with whom we mutually communicate?

Immanuel Kant1



“With Whom We Mutually Communicate?”, the preliminary launching event of the public programme “Queering the Institutions”, presents an ongoing exploration of the extent to which institutional practice could be expanded by the enquiries of a variety of artists.


Additionally, it questions how the public sphere is transformed through individual artistic approaches and intimate conversations they generate.

Through collecting the reflection of each artist on “the good life", “a moment", and “love" - be their concerns personal or universal - the conception marks the starting point of a long-term dialogue on the potentiality of queering the institutions through relational events.


The event will feature works by Aaron Ratajczyk, Ahren Warner, Ana Viktoria Dzinic, Amanda Kyritsopoulou, Domenec Miralles Tagliabue, Eldar Krainer, Ruja Press, Jan Berger, James Sibley, Joe Morrow, Thirza Smith, Januario Jano, Haffendi Anuar, Hsi-Nong Huang, Héloïse Chassepot and Rob Branigan.


The programme is initiated and sponsored by artist and art collector Mengtong Zhang.

Tree Art Museum in Beijing will be co-hosting this off-site public programme from 2022 to 2023 in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the institution.








2022.05.26 - 05.29

WITH WHOM
WE MUTUALLY
COMMUNICATE?






Private View:
6 - 9pm, Thursday 26th May, 2022

Opening hours:
10 - 6pm, 27 - 28th May, 2022

Location: Copeland Gallery, London SE15 3SN




WITH
WHOM
WE  MUTUALLY
COMMUNICATE?

Private View:
6 - 9pm, Thursday 26th May, 2022

Opening hours:
10 - 6pm, 27 - 28th May, 2022

Location: Copeland Gallery, London SE15 3SN




Certainly one may say, ‘Freedom to speak or write can be taken from us by a superior power, but never the freedom to think!’ But how much, and how correctly, would we think if we did not think, as it were, in common with others, with whom we mutually communicate?

Immanuel Kant1


“With Whom We Mutually Communicate?”, the preliminary launching event of the public programme “Queering the Institutions”, presents an ongoing exploration of the extent to which institutional practice could be expanded by the enquiries of a variety of artists.


Additionally, it questions how the public sphere is transformed through individual artistic approaches and intimate conversations they generate.

Through collecting the reflection of each artist on “the good life", “a moment", and “love" - be their concerns personal or universal - the conception marks the starting point of a long-term dialogue on the potentiality of queering the institutions through relational events.

The event will feature works by Aaron Ratajczyk, Ahren Warner, Ana Viktoria Dzinic, Amanda Kyritsopoulou, Domenec Miralles Tagliabue, Eldar Krainer, Ruja Press, Jan Berger, James Sibley, Joe Morrow, Thirza Smith, Januario Jano, Haffendi Anuar, Hsi-Nong Huang, Héloïse Chassepot and Rob Branigan.

The programme is initiated and sponsored by artist and art collector Mengtong Zhang.

Tree Art Museum in Beijing will be co-hosting this off-site public programme from 2022 to 2023 in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the institution.


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