Christophe Van Gerrewey, writer and an art and architecture critic, analyzes in his second lecture of the series Tell me everything. Art and the Language of the Interview, the interview by Rirkrit Tiravanija with Fischli and Weiss (1995).
In Tell me everything. Art and the Language of the Interview, Christophe Van Gerrewey analyzes four interviews: with Jan Vercruysse (1990), Fischli & Weiss (1995), Dan Graham (1999) and Isa Genzken (2005).
Between the extreme positions of keeping silent and telling everything, visual artists talk about what they do, and about what it does to someone else.
Christophe Van Gerrewey (1982) is a writer and an art and architecture critic. He wrote a PhD at Ghent University that was published in 2015 by A&S/books (in Dutch): Architecture, A User's Manual. Theory, Criticism and History since 1950 according to Geert Bekaert. He is an editor of the literary magazine DW B and of the architectural magazine OASE. He published two novels and in 2015 a collection of essays (De Bezige Bij).
Wednesday 21 October at 17:30
Van Eyck auditorium