“Frequencies” – Event for students and educators

Friday, 24.11, 3 pm

For more than three years now, the Columbian artist Oscar Murillo (b. 1986) has been working on the long-term, international project “Frequencies” together with the producer and political scientist Clara Dublanc, his parents and pupils between the ages of 10 to 16. “Frequencies” is based on the idea of spanning sheets of canvas on school desks for a period of six months, thus animating pupils to leave traces, make drawings and record their ideas. Over time, these canvases become reflections of the students’ thoughts.

More than 10,000 pupils from 100 schools in 30 countries have participated in “Frequencies” to date. The project was continued in Munich from February to July 2017 at the Abtei Schäftlarn – Gymnasium der Benediktiner, the Erzbischöfliche Theresia-Gerhardinger-Mädchenrealschule, the Städtische Rudolf-Diesel-Realschule, the Sabel Schools and the Wittelsbacher-Gymnasium. The resulting canvases were integrated for the first time in an Oscar Murillo exhibition, that in Haus der Kunst.

On Action Day, together Anna Pigott of Oscar Murillo’s studio, the participating pupils will present their work and talk about their experiences. Parallel to this, visitors will have the opportunity to take part in a public workshop, during which an expansive mural, consisting of sewn-together canvases, will be created.

Haus der Kunst is also hosting a curator tour with Anna Schneider of the exhibition “Oscar Murillo” (4.30 pm)

Admission free.

Registration: archiv (at) hausderkunst.de

Information and contact: Sabine Brantl, Archive curator and director of educational programs, archiv (at) hausderkunst.de

  

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