A collaboration between artists Ditte Lyngkaer Pedersen, Carlos Motta, Lize Mogel, and Jeuno J.E Kim
HOMEWORK was a collaboration between artists Ditte Lyngkaer Pedersen, Carlos Motta, Lize Mogel, and Jeuno J.E Kim. Conceived as a study group, an editorial team and a curatorial collaborative, HOMEWORK investigated the relationship between art and “the political,” education and politics, and process and product.
As artists we have varied interests and unique individual practices, but we all share a common ground in our critical engagement with the sociopolitical structures explored in their singular artistic manifestations and curatorial projects. Aside from two physical meeting points in 2007, we used Skyped every Tuesday as a classroom for discussion and the web platform artwurl.org as a discursive space to share our dialogue with a wider public. PS122 Gallery (NY) and Århus Kunstbygning (DK) were involved as exhibition spaces for physical manifestations— encapsulating the creative process and presentations that went into and came out of our doing “homework.”
We produced two projects: The exhibition-as-school “Summer School” and the thematic exhibition “Everybody is Friends with Paulo Freire” —both at PS122 Gallery in New York City.
Launch project website here