Radim Labuda: On the End of Art

February 21, 2019 from 5.30 PM
performative lecture was a part of the exhibition Conditions of Impossibility VII/VII: The Psychopathology of the Planet

In his final improvised lecture, Radim Labuda, an artist in post-practice, will present his dark and comic speculations regarding the end of art. Art will end, as indeed everything must one day end and often has already ended. How, why and where always depends on who is looking and from what perspective. The artist in post-practice will also prepare, for the seventh and last time, a vegan soup, because one cannot live on intellectual nourishment alone.

Radim Labuda
(transl. Phil Jones)

The exhibition programme of the Foundation and Center for Contemporary Arts Prague receives support from the Ministry of Culture of the Czech RepublicPrague City CouncilState Fund of Culture of the Czech RepublicCity District Prague 7
Media support: ArtMapjlbjlt.net and UMA: You Make Art
A post-practice artist project is supported using public funding by Slovak Arts Council

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