3. February 2022 - 10:00 to 16:00

Conference: Performance Fog

Rúrí, Gullinn bíll, 1974. Gjörninginn flutti Rúrí á sýningunni "Höggmyndir á þjóðhátíðarári, útisýning Myndhöggvarafélagsins í Reykjavík", á Lækjartorgi, árið 1974. Aðstoðarmenn við flutning: B. Gylfi Snorrason og óþekktir þátttakendur úr hópi áhorfanda. Ljósmynd: Ólafur Lárusson.
Event location: 
Hafnarhús

Performance Fog is a one-day conference held in relation to, Performance Nebula, a performance festival that takes place November 18th–21st, at Reykjavik Art Museum – Hafnarhús. The Conference focuses on the theme of performance art and the institutional role with regards to the medium. It takes place on Friday, 4 February from 10-16h00 – in Icelandic.

The conference takes place in Icelandic.
Price: 3.500 ISK
Light lunch and coffee are included in the conference fee.Registration HERE

Speakers include artists, scholars and museum professionals specializing in preservation and archives. The symposium is held in collaboration with The Research Center in Museum Studies (RCMS), University of Iceland.

Speakers
Birkir Karlsson, Collection Manager, The Living Art Museum.
Erna Ómarsdóttir, artistic director of Iceland Dance Company (IDC).
Heiða Björk Árnadóttir, art historian and Adjunct Lecturer, University of Iceland.
Ólöf Kristín Sigurðardóttir, Museum Director, Reykjavik Art Museum.
Rúrí, visual artist and pioneer in performance art in Iceland.
Speaking on behalf of the Research Center in Museum Studies: Sigríður Regína Sigurþórsdóttir, PhD student in Museum Studies, University of Iceland.
Sigurður Trausti Traustason, Head of Collections and Research, Reykjavik Art Museum.

Moderator is Kristín Dagmar Jóhannesdóttir, Project Manager, Reykjavik Art Museum.

 

Exhibition: 
Price of event in Kr: 
3 500