28th and 29th June at 19:00. TIER: Formation Centre presents Molaf Variations.
Please join us for an evening of words, images, sounds, conversation, and beer with the Museum of Longing and Failure (MOLAF).
Tuesday, June 28th at 19.00 & Wednesday June 29th at 19.00.
Please RSVP to email@example.com and indicate which day you would like to attend. Spots are limited.
The Museum of Longing and Failure is an artistic platform established in 2010 in Bergen, Norway by Andrew Taggart and Chloe Lewis. The museum takes shape through a sustained conversation with international contemporary artists and collectives, whose contributed works form the basis of ongoing installations and interventions into various contexts and locations. Over the last twelve months, the MOLAF has begun to systematically question its own form, identity, and capacity to both support its collection and produce new forms, and launched a publishing component in mid-2015 as one means of facilitating this process. The MOLAF’s first published work, MOLAF Variations, will be at the centre of the event at TIER. Its second book, MOLAF Approximations, will be released later this year.
The Institute for Endotic Research is a platform for the investigation about topics related to everyday life. It takes the notion of the endotic, antonym of the exotic, from French writer Georges Perec as a tool to work about immediate surroundings.
Formation Centre is one of the branches of development of the institute. It deals with the study of forms and forms of study. The project seeks to explore relationships between institutional forms, experimental formats, spatial design and cognitive processes. It is located in TIER’s director Lorenzo Sandoval’s studio.
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