Nettleseren støttes ikke av, og siden kan vises feil. Vennligst oppgrader til en moderne nettleser. Hvis dette ikke er mulig, prøv å skru av javascript. Siden vil bli da enklere, men for det meste fungere.

Støttede nettlesere: Chrome 94, Firefox (Android) 92, QQ browser 10.4, UC browser 12.12, Android WebView 94, Baidu 7.12, Chrome 94, Chrome 93, Chrome 92, Chrome 91, Edge 94, Edge 93, Edge 92, Firefox 93, Firefox 92, Firefox 91, Firefox 78, Internet Explorer 11, Safari/Chrome (iOS) 15, Safari/Chrome (iOS) 14.5-14.8, Safari/Chrome (iOS) 14.0-14.4, Safari/Chrome (iOS) 12.2-12.5, KaiOS 2.5, Opera Mini, Opera Mobile 64, Opera 80, Opera 79, Opera 78, Safari (MacOS) 15, Safari (MacOS) 14.1, Safari (MacOS) 13.1, Samsung 15.0, Samsung 14.0

Javascript er skrudd av. bør fungere, men med et enklere grensesnitt.


Angie Keefer, SECOND THOUGHTS, 2017. Photo: Karen Archer
Angie Keefer, SECOND THOUGHTS, 2017. Photo: Karen Archer

Open Lecture: Angie Keefer / WHAT’S WHAT IS WHAT

A public talk on artists talking in public.

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Angie Keefer (b. 1977, USA) is an artist and teacher who makes objects, images, poetry, films, books, talks, performances, and public programs, most often in collaboration with other artists, students, volunteers, and institutions. In 2010, she co-founded The Serving Library, a not-for-profit artists’ organization dedicated to publishing, and, via publishing, to building an archive of materials to serve artist-run education. A collection of her writing called Second Thoughts was published last year by Kunstverein Amsterdam and Plug In ICA. She currently teaches at the Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem and at the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam.

Angie Keefer is invited by Professor Melissa Gordon.