Talk: Enclosures, Exits and Lifelines

Nile Koetting
Remain Calm, 2019–ongoing
Performance view: Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum Project, Shanghai, 2019–2020
Courtesy of the artist

Talk Description

In conjunction with the exhibition Sharjapan 3–Remain Calm: Solitude and Connectivity in Japanese Architecture, on view at Sharjah Art Foundation from 24 July to 1 October 2021, multidisciplinary artist Nile Koetting will discuss the themes of his ongoing installation, Remain Calm (Compressed +) with Sandra Peters, Assistant Arts Professor of Arts Practice at NYU Abu Dhabi. During the discussion, Koetting will touch upon questions related to space (physical, environmental and communal) and the navigation of precarious shifts between isolation, exclusion and connection as well as safety and risk, in a time of global crisis.


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