Reading Room #22: How do we relate to authorship?


In the framework of Emptor we invite you to a collective reading of the text 'The author stripped bare by its employees: artistic authorship in the twenty-first century and beyond' by Lisa Rosendahl


28/04/2022, 16-18h
Meyboom Artist-run Spaces, Brussels


'How do we relate to authorship?'


In this Reading Room, we'll collectively read and discuss Lisa Rosendahl's essay ‘The author stripped bare by its employees: artistic authorship in the twenty-first century and beyond’.

Rosendahl argues how rearticulating our relationship to the notion of the author can serve as a way to comment on art as a symptom of the society that supports it.

Discussing the work of Bernadette Corporation, Claire Fontaine, Goldin+Senneby, and Pierre Huyghe & Philippe Parreno, Rosendahl confronts us with authorship as inevitable part of the game of art (as we know it) and asks if we should not change the game instead of the framing device.


Lisa Rosendahl ‘The author stripped bare by its employees: artistic authorship in the twenty-first century and beyond’ in: Artist, Authorship and Legacy: a reader, Daniel McClean (ed.), 2019.


Text in English. Copies will be provided. If you would like to read the text in advance, feel free to send us an email: info@caveat.be


Location:
Meyboom Artist-run Spaces, Brussels (ground floor)
Boulevard Pachécolaan 34
1000 Brussels


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