Photo 26 May 3 notes Overtime – A Public Hearing Tel Aviv Museum of Art Tuesday, June 11 4pm-8pm
 
Focusing on the theme of Host & Guest, this event on June 11, 2013 is conceived as a public hearing that negotiates its own status and presence in the museum of art as a guest turning host. Assuming the role of an interrogation committee, the event takes place at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art as a four-hour-long public hearing in three acts, focusing on the Marxist concept of general intellect as social production, which is considered here specifically in relation to the unseen labor done in the museum (by artists, staff, visitors, and the general public).

Entrance to Overtime – A Public Hearing is free of charge but requires RSVP. Please RSVP here until Monday, June 10 at 8pm: overtime.rsvp@gmail.com
 

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Artist Yaacov Agam and Tel Aviv Museum of Art director Haim Gamzo, next to Agam’s Pace of Time, circa 1970
Overtime – A Public Hearing Tel Aviv Museum of Art Tuesday, June 11 4pm-8pm
 
Focusing on the theme of Host & Guest, this event on June 11, 2013 is conceived as a public hearing that negotiates its own status and presence in the museum of art as a guest turning host. Assuming the role of an interrogation committee, the event takes place at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art as a four-hour-long public hearing in three acts, focusing on the Marxist concept of general intellect as social production, which is considered here specifically in relation to the unseen labor done in the museum (by artists, staff, visitors, and the general public).
Entrance to Overtime – A Public Hearing is free of charge but requires RSVP. Please RSVP here until Monday, June 10 at 8pm: overtime.rsvp@gmail.com
 
For more details please refer to 

http://hostnguest.tumblr.com/Overtime

Artist Yaacov Agam and Tel Aviv Museum of Art director Haim Gamzo, next to Agam’s Pace of Time, circa 1970

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