A Session with Tino Sehgal

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  • Course Time: 70 mins   
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London-born and Berlin-based artist Tino Sehgal is best known for his “situations,” which are artworks that rely on interplays between the visitors and those enacting the work. Adopting elements from the worlds of choreography, economy, politics, and art, Sehgal’s pieces entail different forms of participation, which change according to the unique experience of each visitor. In this live presentation, the artist shares some of the influences behind his distinctive creative approach, giving the audience a peek into his practice which favors repeatability and temporality over physicality and permanence.  

No prior knowledge of art is necessary.
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Tino Sehgal

Tino Sehgal is regarded as one of the most important artists of his time, and his critical acclaim stems from his innovative creative approach, which consists of "manufactured circumstances," or live encounters between viewers and those performing the work. Although his works are never represented through photographs or videos—but rather memories—their ephemeral beauty stems from the encounter's transitory distinctiveness, in which players frequently interact with visitors. 
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