Please join us for a panel discussion of Mine and Yours: Forms of Distinction with artist Felix Kindermann, curator and critic TK Smith, and curator of the exhibition Zachary B. Feldman.
Felix Kindermann is a visual artist from Germany based in Brussels. Kindermann, who earned a Diploma in Industrial Design from HfbK (Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg) and an MFA from Sint-Lukas Brussels, is Visiting Professor of Mixed Media and Sculpture at Sint-Lucas Ghent. His work has been exhibited at Museum Ludwig and Simultanhalle, Cologne; KANAL- Centre Pompidou, Brussels; Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent; and Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton, among others. He is recipient of the fellowship of the Flemish Community in Belgium and currently Artist in Residence at ISCP, New York.
TK Smith is a Philadelphia-based curator, writer, and cultural historian. He is Assistant Curator: Art of the African Diaspora at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. His writing has been published in Art in America, the Brooklyn Rail, and ART PAPERS. Currently, Smith is a doctoral candidate in the History of American Civilization program at the University of Delaware.
Zachary B. Feldman is a New York-based curator, writer, and scholar of media art and is currently the visual arts and program coordinator for Goethe-Institut New York. He holds a joint-Ph.D. in Comparative Media and German Studies from Vanderbilt University and was a Helena Rubenstein Fellow in Curatorial Studies at the Whitney Independent Study Program from 2022-23. Feldman has previously held positions at the Frist Art Museum, Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, and the National Gallery of Art.
Date and Time: June 14, 6-8pm
Location: Goethe-Institut New York (30 Irving Place, Ground Floor)