Artist Talk with Hito Steyerl

Zoom Artist Talk
Thursday, October 21 at 6:30PM EDT
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Join us live: The artist conversation Q&A will happen live on Zoom on Thursday, October 21 at 6:30 p.m. EDT. Click on the button at the top of the page to register.

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This virtual artist talk is held in conjunction with the public exhibition, Hito Steyerl: Strike, which will be projected by Light Work UVP on the facade of the Everson Museum of Art from September 16 – December 11, 2021. More info


About the Artist


Hito Steyerl (born 1966 in Munich, Germany) is a filmmaker, visual artist, writer, and innovator of the essay documentary. Her prolific filmmaking and writing spans the fields of art, philosophy, and politics, constituting a deep exploration of late capitalism’s social, cultural, and financial imaginaries. Her solo exhibitions include Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), Art Institute of Chicago, Artists Space (New York City), E-flux (New York City), ICA (London), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles), Park Avenue Armory (New York City), Serpentine Galleries (London), and The Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston). Her work appeared in the 58th, 56th, and 55th Venice Biennale as well as Documenta 12. She has published her writing extensively, most recently in Duty Free Art–Art in the Age of Planetary Civil Wars (London: Verso, 2017 / Zurich: Diaphanes, 2018). In 2017, Art Review listed her as the most influential person in the art world. She is Professor for Experimental Film and Video at the UdK–University of the Arts, Berlin, where she lives and works. Andrew Kreps Gallery in New York City represents her work.

hitosteyerl.serpentinegalleries.org


Sponsors


This exhibition was supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the New York State Legislature.

Related Exhibition

Hito Steyerl: Strike
September 16 – December 11, 2021
Thursday – Saturday, dusk – 11pm
Everson Museum Plaza
401 Harrison Street