|As part of our current exhibition Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, we will present tomorrow night a new work by Daniel Malone, and a reading of selections from the work of Chris Kraus by our favorites new-zelanders escaped in Europe.
Dans le contexte de l'exposition Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, seront présentés demain samedi à castillo/corrales un travail inédit, in situ, de l'artiste Daniel Malone, et une lecture d'extraits de l'œuvre de l'écrivaine Chris Kraus.
TOMORROW, Malone's Ceci n'est pas un nuage (2013) will be unveiled. This work by the Māwhera Greymouth, Aotearoa New Zealand-born artist, who now lives and works in Warsaw, Poland, will allow gallery visitors to taste Cloudy Bay Sauvignon blanc, one of the successful Antipodean exports: “..it could be argued that it is the New Zealand style of Sauvignon blanc that is now the defining style of this variety, rather than the wines of France's Loire region [including Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé] where Sauvignon is though to have originated” (Jamie Goode, The Science of Sauvignon Blanc, 2012). Since 2003 Cloudy Bay has been owned by art collector, and France's richest man, Bernard Arnault's firm LVMH.
“Living totally alone for the first time, and everything I'd been before (a journalist, a New Zealander, a Marxist) was breaking down.” – once wrote Chris Kraus, in her book I Love Dick.
A novelist, critic and filmmaker Kraus spent her childhood in Connecticut, USA, and Aotearoa New Zealand, before moving to New York. She now lives in Los Angeles and published last year Summer of Hate (Semiotext(e) / Native Agents). Her writing will be selected and read by artists and writers Marnie Slater, Louise Menzies and Jon Bywater, who then invite you to join a discussion of place, identity and representation.
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|Date:||Saturday, January 19, 2013|