Nasher Prize Dialogues

The Work of Sculpture in the Age of Digital Production

September 14, 2016
10 am CST, 5 pm CEST

The Nasher Sculpture Center, in partnership with Berlin’s Akademie der Künste and Berlin Art Week, presents a Nasher Prize Dialogues program: a panel discussion which will explore how digital technology and photographic imaging affect sculptural practice.

Watchthe full program now.

Studiofoyer, Akademie der Künste
Hanseatenweg 10, 10557, Berlin

The panel will be comprised of artists, curators and writers who either employ or address digital technology in the creation of sculptural work outright or in New Media work which has sculptural concerns related to the human figure, spatial perception, and sensory experience. Panelists will include artists Bettina Pousttchi and Rachel de Joode, and Kasper König, Artistic Director, 5th Munster Sculpture Project 2017, Jed Morse, Nasher Sculpture Center Chief Curator, and will be moderated by Jörg Heiser, co-editor of frieze.

We invite you to watch live on Facebook and pose your own questions to the panel in the comments or on Twitter @nashersculpture.

#NasherDialogues


Presenting Sponsor: JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Founding Partners: The Eugene McDermott Foundation and Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger