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Free public lecture - AES+F: Last Riot

AES + F, Tondo
#24,from the Last Riot 2 series, 2005-07. © AES+F and
courtesy Triumph Gallery, Moscow and Multimedia Art Center,
Moscow
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AES + F, Tondo #24,from the Last Riot 2 series, 2005-07. © AES+F and courtesy Triumph Gallery, Moscow and Multimedia Art Center, Moscow

AES+F: Last Riot
Free public lecture by Dr. Erika Wolf
Sunday 15 June, 3pm
City Gallery Cinema

New Yorker Dr. Erika Wolf is a Senior Lecturer in Art History and Theory at the University of Otago. This seminar examines both the historical and contemporary contexts of Last Riot, the internationally acclaimed three screen video work by Russian collaborative AES+F that is currently screening at City Gallery Wellington. Wolf will explore Last Riot in terms of both Baroque painting and the Russian academic tradition, and consider it with reference to international contemporary art practice and new media.

For more information: citygalleryevents[at]wmt.org.nz or T: 04 801 4241, www.citygallery.org.nz

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