ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009 (3.-27.3. 2011)

ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009  (3.-27.3. 2011)
ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009  (3.-27.3. 2011)
ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009  (3.-27.3. 2011)
ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009  (3.-27.3. 2011)
ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009  (3.-27.3. 2011)
ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009  (3.-27.3. 2011)
ZBIGNIEW LIBERA OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009  (3.-27.3. 2011)
Datum konání: 
Thu, 2011-03-03 - Sun, 2011-04-03

ZBIGNIEW LIBERA:

OPEN FORM STUDIO 2008/2009

 

3.-27.3. 2011

EXTENDED THROUGH 3.4. 2011

opening on Thursday 3.3. 6 p.m.

curated by Lukasz Ronduda

 

For two semesters at the turn of 2008 and 2009, Zbigniew Libera ran a guest workshop at the AVU (Academy of Fine Arts) in Prague. He established a curriculum of classes with students on the basis of Oskar Hansen’s theory of Open Form and KwieKulik’s Activities in the 1970s. In the Open Form Studio, which he himself had established, Libera developed his own original set of methods of work with students, thus adding a new dimension to the tradition of Open Form.

 

Links:

KwieKulik

Piktogram

 

 

 

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Oskar Hansen (1922, Helsinki - 2005, Warsaw), Polish architect, theorist, educator, painter, sculptor. His teaching theories and especially Open Form theory has had a huge influence on his students, among others, Gregory Kowalski, Zofia Kulik, Elizabeth Cieslar, Emil Cieslar, Victor Gutt and others.


The 'open form', a concept he developed, originated in the 1950s as a response to the ossified design principles of modernism and was intensively discussed within the frame of international debates on the architecture of late modernism (for example, in Team 10). In the 1960s and 70s, against the background of socialist Poland, young artists created innovative filmic works and performative interventions that give rise to interplays rich in associations between image space and real space.