apexart :: Resident Talk :: Lonnie van Brummelen


Tuesday, December 16, 6:30 pm

Lonnie van Brummelen and
Carlo McCormick

Negotiating Invisible Borders

Lonnie van Brummelen studied art at Rietveld Academy and at Rijks Academy, and Philosophy at University of Amsterdam. In 2005 van Brummelen won the Prix de Rome for Lefkosia, the third chapter of Grossraum: a 35mm film triptych exploring the landscape at the borders of Europe. Together with Siebren de Haan, who also studied art at Rietveld Academy and Philosophy at University of Amsterdam, she has collaborated since 2001 on site-specific exhibition projects, essays, and film installations. They recently produced a traveling sculptural piece and a 16mm film Monument of Sugar - how to use artistic means to elude trade barriers, which investigates subsidized economy. Van Brummelen's works have recently been exhibited at Gwangju Biennale, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, TPW Gallery in Toronto (Images Festival), Palais de Tokyo in Paris and Argos in Brussels. Lonnie is currently in residence with apexart.

Carlo McCormick is a popular culture critic and curator living in New York City. He is the author of numerous books, monographs and catalogues on contemporary art and artists, and has lectured and taught extensively at universities and colleges around the United States. His writing has appeared in Aperture, Art in America, Art News, Artforum, Camera Austria, High Times, Spin, Tokion, Vice and countless other magazines. He has curated shows for the Bronx Museum of Art, New York University, the Queens Museum of Art and the Woodstock Center for Photography. McCormick is Senior Editor of PAPER magazine.

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