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Open today 11-17 (Restaurant 12-20)

Holding Pattern: The Control Panel

A One-Day Assembly
Saturday 26.11.22
The Control Panel NY

Join us for a day of films and conversations during the opening weekend of the exhibition Holding Pattern.

Many of the artists will be participating in conversations, alongside the curators Tom McCarthy and Anne Hilde Neset. Join us for parts of the program or spend the whole day - it's all included in the exhibition ticket.

The Assembly

The exhibition Holding Pattern orbits around the thesis that human experience is subject to a range of choreographies, devised at scales both far larger (multinational corporations, historical process) and far smaller (micro-data, bio-informatics) than that of the rational human individual. If the logic of our era is remote control, control-at-distance, then what distances and what proximities might this involve? And how might we, even as we glide and pirouette around its paths and circuits, start to plot the very plots in which we’re held? These questions call out for a new assembly, for the calling-to-session of a dedicated Control Panel.

The Program

11:30 Coffee

12:00 Core: Welcome by Anne Hilde Neset; Introduction by Tom McCarthy

12:30 Choirs: Elizabeth Price and Susan Philipsz in conversation. Moderator: Anne Hilde Neset

13:15 Coffee

14:00 Choreographies: Ingri Fiksdal, Stefan Panhans and Andrea Winkler in conversation. Moderator: Tom McCarthy

14:45 Choruses: Antje Ehmann presents Labour in a Single Shot, a performance-lecture on Harun Farocki's work

15:45 Cake

16:00 Corps: Film screening of Beau Travail (1999, dir. Claire Denis) and 5000 Feet is the Best (2011, dir Omer Fast). Followed by a conversation between Omer Fast and Tom McCarthy

18:30 Cena - pizzabuffet at the restaurant

The Panel

Holding Pattern is on view from November 25, 2022 until January 15, 2023 and supported by the Goethe-Institut and Fritt Ord.

See also