2015-04-30 - Symposium ART & LANGUAGE: MADE IN ZURICH

Thursday, 30 April, 11am - 3pm
Free entrance
The symposium will be held in English

Universität der Künste (UdK)
Hardenbergstraße 33, 10623 Berlin
Room 101/102

The symposium focuses on these early works of ART & LANGUAGE and their political ideas. Excerpts of Römer’s well known documentary Conceptual Paradise will be shown, along with video clips of the artists rock and roll performances in the early years with members of The Red Krayola.

Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts, galerist, writer, curator
Philippe Méaille, collector
Stefan Römer, artist, author and director of the documentary Conceptual Paradise

11 am-12 am: Talk 1
Art & Language, the early years of radical conceptualism with excerpts from Stefan Römer’s film Conceptual Paradise

12 am-1 pm: Talk 2
Conversation with Philippe Méaille, Everything you always wanted to know about collecting Art & Language but were afraid to ask

1 pm-1:30 pm: Lunch break

1:30 pm-3 pm: Talk 3
Art & Language with the Red Krayola: Concept Art and Rock’n’Roll with excerpts of Art & Language performances with Mayo Thompson and the Red Krayola Band in New York 1970’s


On Stefan Römer’s work: