Midi de l'Art : Sung Tieu - Civic Floor

2022-11-28 11:30:00 2022-11-28 11:30:00 Midi de l'Art : Sung Tieu - Civic Floor Mudam Exposition fro 08.10.2022 until 05.02.2023 Guided visit in English by Michelle Cotton, curator Mudam’s Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion hosts a new exhibition by Sung Tieu (b. 1987, Hai Duong, Vietnam). Sung Tieu works in a range of media producing exhibitions that draw upon extensive research. Her works of sculpture, drawing, text and sound consider questions of governance, civic responsibility and justice, analysing mechanisms of state control. Making reference to art history, and in particular to minimalism and the deployment of the grid, they highlight the translation of ideologies within industrial design and architecture and the prevalence of abstraction as an organising force. Civic Floor presents a new body of sculpture and wall-based works, which are accompanied by sound. The exhibition considers questions of space and volume, both in terms of their fundamental role in art-making as well as in the design of carceral spaces and bureaucratic systems. A series of steel sculptures refer to different generations of prison architecture from the 19th century ‘radial’ prison to the ‘new-generation’ of prisons that emerged in the 1990s. These hard-edged, oblique forms reveal the organisation of space within. Each contains an amount of locally-sourced earth, a material that implies a connection to land whilst also serving as a discrete reference to the presence of national borders. These are accompanied by wall-mounted plaster works that refer to various documents employed in assessing eligibility for immigration. Three forms which are respectively used to apply for asylum, appeal against deportation or for refugees to apply for a ‘waiver of grounds of inadmissibility’, are reproduced without textual content, showing only the lines and boxes that applicants are invited to complete. The works draw attention to the grid-based design of the documents and the allocation of space on the page. A series of metal plaques analyse their design in numerical form. Catherine de Jamblinne will welcome the Amis des Musées for this Midi de l'Art. VERY IMPORTANT : Participation to the activities proposed by the Amis des Musées is essentially reserved to the members of the association. Luxembourg Les amis des musées d'art et d'histoire Luxembourg info@amisdesmusees.lu Europe/Luxembourg public

Mudam

Exposition fro 08.10.2022 until 05.02.2023

Guided visit in English by Michelle Cotton, curator

Mudam’s Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion hosts a new exhibition by Sung Tieu (b. 1987, Hai Duong, Vietnam).

Sung Tieu works in a range of media producing exhibitions that draw upon extensive research. Her works of sculpture, drawing, text and sound consider questions of governance, civic responsibility and justice, analysing mechanisms of state control. Making reference to art history, and in particular to minimalism and the deployment of the grid, they highlight the translation of ideologies within industrial design and architecture and the prevalence of abstraction as an organising force.

Civic Floor presents a new body of sculpture and wall-based works, which are accompanied by sound. The exhibition considers questions of space and volume, both in terms of their fundamental role in art-making as well as in the design of carceral spaces and bureaucratic systems.

A series of steel sculptures refer to different generations of prison architecture from the 19th century ‘radial’ prison to the ‘new-generation’ of prisons that emerged in the 1990s. These hard-edged, oblique forms reveal the organisation of space within. Each contains an amount of locally-sourced earth, a material that implies a connection to land whilst also serving as a discrete reference to the presence of national borders. These are accompanied by wall-mounted plaster works that refer to various documents employed in assessing eligibility for immigration. Three forms which are respectively used to apply for asylum, appeal against deportation or for refugees to apply for a ‘waiver of grounds of inadmissibility’, are reproduced without textual content, showing only the lines and boxes that applicants are invited to complete. The works draw attention to the grid-based design of the documents and the allocation of space on the page. A series of metal plaques analyse their design in numerical form.

Catherine de Jamblinne will welcome the Amis des Musées for this Midi de l'Art.

VERY IMPORTANT : Participation to the activities proposed by the Amis des Musées is essentially reserved to the members of the association.

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