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Online-Book Launch: Beyond Limits by Daniel Stubenvoll
Zoom conversation with curator and writer Naz Cuguoğlu
9th of October, 7:30 pm
Daniel Stubenvoll (*1984 in Giengen, Germany) lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. He was a master student at the Kunsthochschule Kassel. He participated in exhibitions at the Goethe Institute Los Angeles, Goethe Institute Washington D.C., Goethe Institut Chicago, Goethe Institut Nicosia, Institut Francais Milan, at the Bangkok Biennale, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg, the Kasseler Kunstverein, Kunsthalle Darmstadt and the Historisches Museum Frankfurt. He has received scholarships and residencies at i: project space Beijing, the Penthouse Residency (harlan levey x nh brussels bloom) as well as at the MMCA Seoul and the Charlotte Prince Foundation in Darmstadt.
Naz Cuguoğlu is a curator and art writer, based in San Francisco and Istanbul. She is the co-founder of “Collective Çukurcuma,” experimenting with collaborative thinking processes through its reading group meetings and international collaborative exhibitions. She held various positions at KADIST, The Wattis Institute, de Young Museum, SFMOMA Public Knowledge, Joan Mitchell Foundation, Zilberman Gallery, Maumau Art Residency, and Mixer. Her writings have been featured in SFMOMA Open Space, Art Asia Pacific, Hyperallergic, Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, M-est.org, and elsewhere. She received her BA in Psychology and MA in Social Psychology, both from Koç University, and another MA from California College of the Arts’ Curatorial Practice program. She has curated exhibitions internationally, at institutions such as The Wattis Institute (San Francisco), 15th Istanbul Biennial Public Program, Framer Framed (Amsterdam), Kunstraum Leipzig, Red Bull Art Around Istanbul, 5533, among many others. She co-edited three books: The Word for World is Forest (2020), Between Places (2016), and After Alexandria, the Flood (2015).
Here you find the documentation of the conversation on Vimeo.
This event is part of the public programme of the exhibition creating a 'we'.