October 24, 2020 - Goethe-Institut New York - In Perspective: MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 (2011-2019)
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October 24, 2020

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In Perspective: MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 (2011-2019)
New publication and exhibitions archive online now

The Imperial Presidency and Police Power: October 25, 2pm, Zoom lecture-performance and discussion with Alex S. Vitale and Nikhil Pal Singh

www.ludlow38.org
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The Goethe-Institut New York is pleased to announce a re-design of its Ludlow 38 website combining a new online publication about the art space and residency program with a new online exhibition archive.

Located in the Lower East Side, Ludlow 38 provided for curatorial experimentation in the tradition of the German “Kunstverein” from 2008 to 2019. The space was initially programmed by Kunstverein Munich, European Kunsthalle, and Künstlerhaus Stuttgart and was relaunched in 2011 as MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38, a residency program for up-and-coming curators from Germany. From 2011 to 2019 it hosted nine year-long residencies.

Visit ludlow38.org to browse the publication and archive, both designed by Other Means.

The publication includes contributions about the present, past, and future of residency programs from experts Kari Conte and Silvia Fehrmann; Ludlow 38 jury members Larissa Harris, Christian Rattemeyer, and Nicolaus Schafhausen; Ludlow 38 curatorial residents Eva Birkenstock, Saim Demircan, Avi Feldman, Tobi Maier, Clara Meister, Jakob Schillinger, Nina Tabassomi, Vivien Trommer, and Franziska Sophie Wildförster; and from Goethe-Institut staff. Artist James Gregory Atkinson reflects on artistic production in the epicenter of capitalism. Lower East Side neighbors Prem Krishnamurthy (P!), David Reinfurt (Dexter Sinister), Karin Schneider (CAGE and Orchard), and Simone Subal (Simone Subal Gallery) each have their own Ludlow 38 experience to recall. Martin Beck and Ken Saylor revisit Re:model, their exhibition display for the art space. Sara Stevenson (Goethe-Institut) and Sarah Demeuse (Wkshps) co-edited the publication.

Together with these new perspectives, an extensive archive of all exhibitions that took place at Ludlow 38 from 2008 to 2019 will allow the art space to live on and inform new generations of curators.

This fall, the Goethe-Institut New York also presents a new online edition of Fictive Witness, a series of lecture-performances initiated at Ludlow 38 in 2018 by artists Tali Keren and Alex Strada, in collaboration with curator Avi Feldman. This Sunday, October 25, 2pm EST, distinguished scholars Alex S. Vitale and Nikhil Pal Singh hold the first lecture-performance in this series and a timely discussion about The Imperial Presidency and Police Power. The event has limited capacity, so make sure to RSVP soon.

For more information please contact:

Sara Stevenson
Ludlow 38 publication and archive
sara.stevenson [​at​] goethe.de

Deniz Sertkol
Fictive Witness series
deniz.sertkol [​at​] goethe.de

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