12 June 2019 from 15:00 to 16:45

Talk with artists and curators

MOED: ‘What is still left unseen?’

: Iris Kensmil, ‘Sojourner Truth‘, Photo by G.J. van Rooij. Courtesy Iris Kensmil.
Iris Kensmil, ‘Sojourner Truth‘, Photo by G.J. van Rooij. Courtesy Iris Kensmil.

On 12 June, MOED organizes an afternoon program centered around the exhibition MOED: What is Left Unseen.

Together with members of the curatorial team and artist Iris Kensmil we will reflect on the exhibition, and look ahead. What insights have we gained, where do we stand now, and what comes next for us in the Dutch art world? The program will end with the performance November 29, 1781 by artist Priscila Rezende.

New ways of seeing and visualizing

The exhibition MOED: What is Left Unseen presents a critical intervention in the collection of the Centraal Museum. It investigates the questions: How does one critically engage with dominant accounts of history? How to envisage new ways of seeing and visualizing in the museum? How can we expose the white male gaze that, for centuries, has determined what and how we see in the museum?

Program

15-15.15: Time for audience to walk through the exhibition space

15.15-15.20: Welcome, introduction speakers

15.20-15.45: Short talks by members of curatorial team

15.45-16.30: Panel session with curators, Domitilla Olivieri, and Iris Kensmil

16.30-16.45: Visit exhibition again, curators & artists walk around and are available for questions

16.45-18.15: (outside) Performance ‘November 29, 1781’ Priscila Rezende

Start date and time
12 June 2019 15:00
End date and time
12 June 2019 16:45
Entrance fee
Performance is free, museum ticket or museum jaarkaart is required for the session in the museum