Intervals and interspaces
The public academic colloquium on the future of art in public spaces – entitled ‘Interlace the Interspace: Art in the City’ – was initiated and organised by the Institute for Art History and Music (IKM) at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz.
As a co-organiser of the colloquium, SEEHOF – being an association for urban development and art in urban spaces – felt it had a duty to contribute to the theoretical conversation about the regeneration of inner-city spaces through prominent art, the experimental use of interspaces, intervention and participation.
It managed to get lots of prominent academics, artists, curators and city planners to contribute to the colloquium, all of whom have recently distinguished themselves in remarkable ways on the international stage with their new approaches and projects on art in urban spaces.
INTERLACE THE INTERSPACE – Art in the City; academic colloquium open to the public
Date: 27 April 2018
Location: Lecture hall at Mainz City Hall
Conception: Prof.Dr. Gregor Wedekind, IKM Uni Mainz + SEEHOF GbR
Gregor Wedekind (Head of the IKM at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz)
Kay von Keitz (Der urbane Kongress, Cologne)
Matthias Ulrich (Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt am Main)
Stefanie Böttcher (Kunsthalle Mainz)
Simon Valerius (Head of the Offenbach City Planning Office)
Tamara Grcic (Mainz Academy of Arts)
Marianne Wagner (LWL Museum for Art and Culture, Münster / Skulptur Projekte 2017)
Sophie Goltz (Nanyang Technological University, Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore)
Martin Henatsch (Mainz Academy of Arts)
Clara Wörsdorfer (IKM at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz)
Juliane von Herz (SEEHOF – Association for Art in Urban Spaces, Frankfurt am Main)
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