Vortrag von Niklas Lichti
Datum & Uhrzeit: Mi | 05.05.2021 | 20:00 Uhr
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NIKLAS LICHTI - Mittwoch, 05.05.2021, 20:00 Uhr


Niklas Lichti is an artist based in Vienna, co-publisher of the web magazine The Critical Ass and founder of the short lived project space Geld in London. Across a range of media including sculpture, drawings, text and video, Lichti employs notions of elliptic storytelling and montage, as well as an admiration for literature, stand-up comedy and economical theory to explore the plight of liberalism, social currencies, (artistic) self representation and the politics of intimacy and mental health. Recent shows and contributions at Diana Lambert, Vienna (AT), LAYR, Vienna (AT) / Rome (ITA), Lars Friedrich, Berlin (D), Liszt, Berlin (D), Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna (AT), Texte zur Kunst (D), Pee Zee two, London (GB).


Jour Fixe is a student-run lecture series and initiative from the Academy of Fine Arts Munich.

*The lecture will be held in English. 


Individual studio visits: Dienstag, 06.05.2021

Students can register for an online one-to-one work talk with Niklas, to register email us at Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein! 





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