05 October 2017, 6:30pm–8:00pm
|Location||Village Roadshow Theatrette|
|Accessibility||Has wheelchair access|
Join us for a special talk by internationally renowned conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth, introduced by Melbourne Festival Artistic Director Jonathan Holloway and State Library Victoria Director Library Services and Experience Justine Hyde.
About Joseph Kosuth
Joseph Kosuth is a leading pioneer of the 1960s conceptual art movement that altered the trajectory of modern art. Freeing the form of art from its reliance on the purely visual, his introduction of language into site-specific installations opened up new channels through which to explore the relationship between ideas and their physical expression, with the result of augmenting our understanding of how meaning is constructed.
This event is presented in partnership with Anna Schwartz Gallery and Melbourne Festival.