Lightning Studies by Renan Laru-an, curatorial project of Hangar
We welcome the next curator in residence:
The project Lightning Studies: Centre for the Translation of Constraints, Conflicts and Contaminations by Renan Laru-an concentrates on discursive architecture generated from horizontal scenes of knowledge.
The formation of an institution serves two main purposes: to become a reference point which undoes proposals by the so-called pedagogical models, positioning translation as a critical method and praxis of pedagogy; and to be a vector for the exploration of partially visible modes of organization, e.g. the co-production of discursive elements, conceptual histories, and incidental alternatives by practising questioning and the interjection of texts and images.
From a pool of 80 applications,The project Lightning Studies: Centre for the Translation of Constraints, Conflicts and Contaminations by Renan Laru-an, has been chosen as one of two winners of the Encura grant, which provides the opportunity for a curatorial research residency at Hangar.
Renan Laruan is completing a curatorial research residency at Hangar during a month-long period, taking place from january 2016 to february 2016. He works on and develops his project together with the artists in residency at Hangar’s studio spaces.
The HANGAR resident artists that have been selected for this curatorial experience by Renan Laru-an, Lightning Studies: CTCCCs are Megan Michalak, the artists duo Giuliana Racco/Matteo Guidi, Mario Santamaría y Christina Schultz.
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