Event Patricia Reed

Patricia Reed

IMA Talk

26 February 2015
6pm–8pm

  • Event Cost:
    Free

The IMA is pleased to present a talk by Berlin-based artist and writer Patricia Reed.

Reed’s artworks have been featured in exhibitions at the Witte de With, Rotterdam; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Kunsthaus Langenthal, Langenthal; Württembergische Kunstverein, Stuttgart; Audain Gallery, Vancouver; and 0047, Oslo, among others. As a writer, Reed has contributed to several books and periodicals, including #ACCELERATE: The Accelerationist Reader; The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism Vol. II; Mould Magazine; Who Told You So?!; Intangible Economies; Cognitive Architecture: From Biopolitics to Noopolitics; Critical Spatial Practice; C Magazine; Fillip, Art Papers, Shifter, and Framework. Lectures have included those at The Future Summit – Montréal Biennale; Tate Britain, London; University of Westminster; Dampfzentrale, Bern; Artists Space, New York; MIT, Massachusetts; abc, Berlin; Archive Kabinett, Berlin; and The Winter School Middle East, Kuwait. Reed plays host to the Inclinations lecture series at Or Gallery in Berlin. She teaches and is a board member for The New Centre for Research & Practice, and is part of the Laboria Cuboniks working group.

This event is free for IMA members. Suggested donation for non-members is $5.

 

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