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In Conversation: Jennifer Higgie, Mareike Dittmer and Chloe Julius

  • Sun 11 August 2019
  • 12 – 1 pm

Join us for a panel discussion exploring the themes of ‘Material Actions’ with Jennifer Higgie, art critic and editor of frieze magazine, Mareike Dittmer, Director of Art Stations Foundation CH, and Chloe Julius, a PhD candidate in the History of Art department at UCL, whose recent writing considers the impact of women-only exhibitions. The talk will be followed by a barbecue on the gallery’s terrace. About the speakers Jennifer Higgie is an Australian, London-based writer and editorial director of frieze. She is currently working on a book about women’s self-portraits, titled The Mirror & the Palette. She is also the author of the novel Bedlam; a children’s book, There’s Not One; and is the editor of a book on art and humour, The Artist’s Joke. She also writes film scripts. Mareike Dittmer is director of Art Stations Foundation CH, a foundation sustaining and developing Muzeum Susch and its extended activities. Mareike chairs the annual conference format Disputaziuns Susch and co-ordinates the research institute Instituto Susch, a collaboration with Institut Kunst Basel. With the winter term 2019 she will also start teaching at ZHdK. Before moving to Susch, Mareike was the associate publisher of frieze magazine in Berlin. Trained in arts and cultural studies and communication science at UDK Berlin, Mareike started working with frieze in 1999 and founded, together with Jörg Heiser, the frieze Berlin office. Since 2011 she is also part of the editorial team of mono.kultur, a Berlin based interview magazine. Chloe Julius is a PhD candidate in the History of Art department at UCL. Chloe’s research looks at the ways in which Jewishness was engaged by artists in Britain and the United States in the 1990s, and how those various explorations engaged a wider discourse on identity. Prior to joining UCL, Chloe worked as the Research Coordinator in the curatorial department at Tate Modern, focussing on research into modern and contemporary Asian art. Free to attend, booking is required for attendance.

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