besøg MANIFESTO at www.manifesto.media
Roman Susan viser The End of the World as we know i Streetlight 8.-28. marts i deres storefront udstillingssted 1224 W Loyola Ave, Chicago, IL. Projektionerne kan ses direkte fra gaden eftermiddage og aftener efter mørkets frembrud, kom forbi hvis du er i Chicago.
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From the artist to the audience.
A work of art without an audience is wasted. As an artist I am content that my work is reaching more people.
During the last year or two I have also dealt with a few people whose profession is curating, and I have had some issues with some of their expectations to me as an artist.
My art is where I express myself, it is my language, it is how I speak. Curators generally expect artists to also deliver writings like long biographies, artist statements, sometimes even essays, created in words. To me this is completely off the track.
It is important to reflect on your own practice, the process, your aims. And the audience also sometimes find this interesting to learn about. So, I started this web project MANIFESTO, where I focus on those subjects.
Unlike works like “The End of the World as we know it” (which I consider flexible and open to the audiences own personal interpretations), MANIFESTO is quite strict and restricted. I respect and understand that there will always be different interpretations depending on age, cultural backgrounds etc. and the audience is free to think. But when you visit MANIFESTO you are less free. It is the project you visit if you want to understand my aims and study my work under the surface of the work itself.
MANIFESTO lives on the domains manifesto.black, manifesto.red, manifesto.glass, manifesto.systems, manifesto.directory, manifesto.media, and if you find it fragmented and unfinished, you are perfectly right, it is always a work in progress.
Susanne Layla Petersen, February 2021
SPAMM (SuPer Art Modern Museum) viser MANIFESTO | RED III i deres COVID 1984 samling på www.spamm.fr/category/exhibitions/covid/.
Simultan Festival, Timişoara, Rumænien, laver et onlinearkiv med alle de videoværker der har været vist i deres screeningprogrammer, og også andre værker og dokumentarisk materiale de har siden 2005. Arkivet inkluderer mit værk “The End of the World as we know it” som blev vist på Simultan XIV i 2019.
Indtil videre er der 891 poster i det omfattende arkiv som kan besøges på archive.simultan.org.