Thursday 17 June 2010


Venue: 91mQ, Berlin

The Tortoise and the Hare: time and the creative process 

Date: 29th of July 2010 - Time: 7pm to 8pm


It has been said that Picasso preferred to scrawl a quick sketch than pay for his dinner in cash. In this anecdote, his concept of money evidently never surmounted his working-class background that saw a causal relationship between time and currency: the negligible minute or two to draw something was, in his mind, of less worth than the restaurant bill. This logic still continues to resonate in most people today, which then begs the question of how time itself becomes a factor in an artistic practice. Focussing on the spontaneity and/or patience demonstrated in their work, the panel participants will discuss their understanding of time and the part it plays in the audience's perception.

PANELS are curated by Sunshine Wong

All panels will take place at 91mQ

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