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14 Jan 2014

The Ongoing Conversation #1.1

The Ongoing Conversation #1.1

The Ongoing Conversation #1.1

Hannah Dawn Henderson: But, actually, what I meant was...
an exhibition with Cecilia Bengtsson / Sharelly Emanuelson / Hannah Dawn Henderson / Annabel Kanaar / Quenton Miller / Sara Pape
A series of six one-day events in collaboration with the Master Artistic Research

The Ongoing Conversation offers a series of fast-paced one-day exhibitions, conceived as a dialogue rather than a series of isolated events. During three weeks the exhibition spaces will become a stage for orchestrated ambiguity, paradox, spectatorship and theatricality. From Melville to Wikipedia, from post-colonial questions to universal issues as love and death; all of this will be explored and performed in six mini solo-exhibition events.
Featuring a range of international artists, each exhibition is complemented with an invited guest who will lecture, perform or participate.

This project is the outcome of a collaboration between 1646 and the Master Artistic Research, The Hague.

The Master Artistic Research is a postgraduate study for artists, based at the Royal Academy of Art and the Royal Conservatoire, The Hague. Also see

The solo exhibition of Hannah Dawn Henderson is concerned with the quietly performative qualities of reading and writing. The works will examine questions of authorship and appropriation, as well as reflecting upon more poetic themes such as presence, absence and
distance. By positioning private and intimate narratives within a public context, the works seek to highlight the ambiguity of verbal and non-verbal expressions. Shifting between the sentimental to the absurd, the sincere to the sarcastic, the exhibition will also touch on notions of autobiography, story-telling, mundanity and faux intellect.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a guest lecture from artist and Zolder museum director Iva Supic.