|Title: ||Allan Sekula: Mining Section (Bureau des mines). Collaborative Notes|
|Editors: ||Setari, Nicola|
Van Gelder, Hilde
|Issue Date: ||2016 |
|Publisher: ||AraMER, MER. Paper Kunsthalle|
|Series Title: ||Artistic Research Archive|
|Abstract: ||In mines and ports across the world, human labor
sustains our industrial and globalized economies.
Allan Sekula imagined and set out to realize an
artwork, The Dockers’ Museum, which makes the
struggles of miners, dockworkers, and seafarers
visible through networks of metonymic objects that
embody these workers’ imaginaries. The collaborative
notes gathered in this publication accompany the
presentation of the “Mining Section (Bureau des
mines)” of The Dockers’ Museum at the Anatomical
Theater in Leuven in the Fall of 2016.
Allan Sekula: Mining Section (Bureau des mines). Collaborative
Notes inscribes itself into a larger research project Art Against
the Grain of “Collective Sisyphus:” The Case of Allan Sekula’s
Ship of Fools / The Dockers’ Museum (2010-2013) jointly
developed by the Lieven Gevaert Research Centre for Photography,
Art and Visual Culture (LGC) at KU Leuven and
M HKA, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen.
Collaborators on this research project who have contributed to
the present publication:
Mieke Bleyen is a postdoctoral researcher at the LGC and
the Institute for Cultural Studies at KU Leuven.
Edwin Carels is a postdoctoral researcher at the School of
Arts KASK /HoGent (University College Ghent – Faculty
of Fine Arts).
Bart De Baere is the director of M HKA, Museum van
Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen.
Anja Isabel Schneider is a Ph.D. candidate in Curatorial
Research at M HKA / KU Leuven and a research associate
at the LGC.
Nicola Setari is a postdoctoral researcher at the LGC and
in the Art History Department of KU Leuven.
Hilde Van Gelder is a professor of Modern and Contemporary
Art History at KU Leuven and director of the LGC.
Jeroen Verbeeck is a Ph.D. candidate in Art History at
KU Leuven and a research associate at the LGC.
|Description: ||Allan Sekula: Mining Section (Bureau des mines).
Edited by Nicola Setari and Hilde Van Gelder
Accompanies Allan Sekula: Mining Section (Bureau des mines),
a presentation that has been coordinated by the Lieven
Gevaert Research Centre for Photography, Art, and Visual
Culture (LGC) in collaboration with M HKA, Museum van
Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen.
This presentation is part of the exhibition Tracing the Future,
a joint initiative of KU Leuven and M – Museum Leuven,
curated by Stéphane Symons, Hilde Van Gelder, and Eva
Curator of Allan Sekula: Mining Section (Bureau des mines)
is Anja Isabel Schneider, within the context
of a Ph.D. project
in Curatorial Research, M HKA / KU Leuven (LGC).
Supervisors: Hilde Van Gelder, Mieke Bleyen, Edwin Carels
Research Team LGC: Nicola Setari, Jeroen Verbeeck,
Adriaan Gonnissen, Katelijne Lindemans
Research Allan Sekula Studio: Ina Steiner
Advisors: Bart De Baere, Jürgen Bock, Carles Guerra,
Jan De Vree, Evi Bert, Alexander Streitberger, Sally Stein
Tracing the Future enjoys the support of: M – Museum Leuven,
Commission of Contemporary Art KU Leuven, Lieven
Gevaert Research Centre for Photography, Art and Visual
Culture, the KU Leuven Institute of Philosophy, vzw KU[N] ST
Leuven, the Flemish Community Commission, Swiss Arts
Council Pro Helvetia, KADOC, Campusservice, Monuments
and Architectural Maintenance Division, Art and Heritage
Office, University Library and Research Fund KU Leuven,
the City of Leuven, Visit Leuven, the Allan Sekula Studio,
M HKA, and Research Foundation-Flanders.
|ISBN: ||978 94 9232 142 8|
|Publication status: ||published|
|KU Leuven publication type: ||IBe|
|Appears in Collections:||Beeldende kunsten LUCA-Faculteit Kunsten|
Art History, Leuven