In the NADA Lounge, NADA presents a series of conversations and videos in collaboration with galleries participating in Art Cologne and cultural partners.
Hall 1.3, Stand A20a
Related Videos is a platform for Art Cologne exhibitors to showcase artists working with video.
Featuring Glen Baldridge, Marta Deskur, Constant Dullaart, Charlotte Dumas, Zachary Fabri, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Alexander Heim, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Meredith James, Alwin Lay, Alexandra Leykauf, Mario Pfeifer, Rory Pilgrim, Anne de Vries, Thomas Wachholz, Honza Zamosjki, and more.
Screening Daily in the NADA Lounge
What Was Unfair?
Christian Nagel and Jack Hanley in conversation, moderated by Andrew Goldstein (Artspace/Phaidon)
Friday, April 15, 14:00
Spike Conversations are dialogues with artists, curators, and critics about current developments in art and the art world. Topics of discussion include: “painting as code;” post-humanism and the possibility of its figuration, and “Is the artist obsolete?” The stage will be transformed into a green-screen box, with a DJ before and after the talks.
Thursday, April 14, 4pm
Painting as Code
Fabrice Stroun (independent curator) & Alexi Kukuljevic (artist and philosopher)
Friday, April 15, 4pm
Is the artist obsolete?
Yilmaz Dziewior (Museum Ludwig) & Nik Kosmas (former artist)
Saturday, April 16, 4pm
The Digital Object
Masha McConaghy (ascribe) & Dirk Paesmans (Jodi)
All conversations are moderated by Spike editor Alexander Scrimgeour.
NADA x PAOM
In ongoing partnership with Print All Over Me, NADA xPAOM has produced limited-edition linen throws by Diango Hernandez (Nicolas Krupp, Basel), Juwelia (Jack Hanley Gallery, New York) Honza Zamojski (DREI, Cologne). The linens, each an edition of five, will be available at the NADA Lounge at Art Cologne.
About Print All Over Me:
Print All Over Me is an online platform for real world collaboration and creation. It provides the tools that allow anyone to create, share, own, and produce their own designs by uploading artwork that can be applied to seasonal collections of clothing and objects. Print All Over Me is currently in residence at NEW INC at the New Museum, the first museum-led incubator program supporting creative practioners in art, technology, and design.
NADA + Artspace
Artspace has collaborated with NADA to present two limited-edition prints by Katherine Bernhardt and Michael Bauer. The proceeds from sales of these editions will support NADA.
As NADA’s year-round partner, Artspace will feature editorial coverage and artwork from COLLABORATIONSexhibitors in a online preview, going live on April 6th.
Artspace is the leading online marketplace for contemporary art, with the mission of bringing more art into people’s lives while helping artists and the institutions that support them reach broader audiences.