Please join us for a discussion: Victoria Dejaco introduces the work of Patrick Lundberg
Patrick Lundberg and Victoria Dejaco know each other since a 2013 duo show at her Hallway Gallery. Lundberg’s recent exhibition at Station Gallery in South Yarra, Australia, sparked a further conversation with Dejaco about a completely new form of intimate experience and interaction with a work of art. This conversation has since developed into an ongoing project. The evening at Schneiderei will function as a development laboratory around the open questions of this collaboration.
Patrick Lundberg, born 1984 in Stockholm, lives and works in Auckland. He is represented by Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington; Ivan Anthony, Auckland and Station, Melbourne. Recent exhibitions include The Basil Plant and other works, Robert Heald Gallery and Necessary Distraction, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. He has work held in public and private collections in New Zealand and Australia.
Victoria Dejaco is an Italian writer and curator, currently full time manager of the Stefan Stolitzka Collection (AT) alongside being an external program advisor for Galleria Doris Ghetta (IT), head curator of the Bunker Now series (IT) and editor for Petunia magazine (FR). She produced exhibitions in Austria, Italy, Switzerland and Bulgaria since 2012 while running an offspace called Hallway Gallery in Vienna (2011-2013), working as gallery assistant at Galerie Emanuel Layr (2012-2014) and as curatorial assistant at Grazer Kunstverein (2013-2015).
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