‘Multiplied: Edition MAT and the Transformable Work of Art’

Public Program Highlights

Bruno Munari, “Struttura continua (Continuous structure),” 1958/1960. Aluminum. Published by Edition MAT, Paris. Courtesy Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Germany. (Photo © Kunstmuseen Krefeld– Volker Döhne–ARTOTHEK.)

All events begin at 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Monday, February 24
Lecture, Reinhard Bek
Conservator, Bek & Frohnert LLC
“Unstable Futures: Conserving the Immaterial, 1960–Present”

Thursday, March 5
Music at the Kemper: Darmstadt School

Monday, March 23
Lecture, Natilee Harren

Assistant professor of contemporary art history and critical studies,
University of Houston
“The Artwork in Flux: Multiples, Fluxboxes, and the Transitional Commodity”

Wednesday, April 1
Lecture: Alexander Alberro
Virginia Bloedel Wright Professor of Art History,
Barnard College
“Activating the Spectator by Reshaping the Aesthetic Field: Op, Kinetic, and Participatory Art, 1959-1965”

11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 4
Kemper Live: Transformation through Movement
Visitors can explore transformation through movement with dance performances by Consuming Kinetics Dance Company and interactive tours led by student artists in WashU’s performing arts department.
* All ages welcome. Generous support is provided by Women and the Kemper.

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