Exhibition Visit with Clara Ianni and Ruth Estévez
Géza, 306 Maujer
In the framework of our screening-exhibition Education by Night, Clara Ianni walks us through the exhibition in conversation with Amant’s Chief Curator and Director Ruth Estévez.
By taking a closer look at Clara’s newly commissioned film as well as related works and reference materials, Clara and Ruth discuss how education, both formal and indirect, has been crucial in shaping international and economic relations between North and South America. Visitors are welcome to participate in the conversation and draw further connections to our current moment.
This walkthrough is followed by an informal reception in honor of Clara at 306 Maujer, all are welcome to attend.
No prior registraton is necessary but do note that mask wearing in the exhibition space will be required.
Image: detail view from Education by Night
About the artist
Clara Ianni was born in São Paulo in 1987. Her practice explores the gaps and contradictions between perception of time, historic narration, and the materialization of historical processes on the fringes of capitalism.
Her exhibitions include New Museum Triennial (2021), 34a Bienal de São Paulo (2021), Utopia/Distopia – part I, MAAT Lisbon, Portugal (2017), Talking to Action / Hablar y Actuar, Los Angeles, EUA (2017), Jakarta Bienal (2015), Yebisu Festival, Tokyo (2015), MDE15, Medellín, Bogotá (2015), 19th Panorama VideoBrasil, 33º Panorama de Arte Brasileira, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (2013) and 12th Istanbul Biennal, Istanbul (2011). She is also curator of the program The future of memory - memory and forgetfulness in Latin America, in collaboration with the Goethe Institute.