The Potosi Principle8. Feb - 8. Feb 12 / ended iniva - Institute of International Visual Arts
7pm - NB. venue: Central St Martins, Kings Cross
Exhibiting artist Alice Creischer and artist Andreas Siekmann discuss their seminal exhibition 'The Potosi Principle' on the circulation of art and wealth during Spanish colonial rule
Exhibiting artist Alice Creischer and artist Andreas Siekmann discuss their seminal exhibition The Potosi Principle on the circulation of art and wealth during Spanish colonial rule.
Alice Creischer studied Philosophy, German literature and Visual Arts in Düsseldorf. A key figure of German political art movements in the 1990s, she has produced collective projects, publications and exhibitions. She is also co-curator of such paradigmatic exhibitions Messe 2ok (1995), ExArgentina (2004) and The Potosi Principle (2010). Creischer's curatorial practice correlates with her work as an artist and theorist.
Presented by Iniva in collaboration with Afterall, supported by the Goethe Institut.
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