Sackler Centre of Arts Education
Claire Feeley and Lucia Pietroiusti, Assistant Curators at the Serpentine Gallery discuss the exhibition Rosemarie Trockel: A Cosmos, the residency project and the Sound Series introduction to the exhibition by Dominic Eichler.
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Nefeli Skarmea (born Athens, Greece) is based in Berlin and studies Cultures of the Curatorial at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig. A dancer with the companies Tanztheater Nuremberg, Stammer Productions/Colette Sadler and Alias/Guilherme Botelho, recent productions include Sideways Rain (2010-2013, touring). Upcoming projects include Martin Creed's Ballet Work No 1020. In 2010, Nefeli began to collaborate with choreographer Sergiu Matis and visual artist Ladislav Zajac on the production of Doom Room, a movement research project which brought her to residencies in LaborGras, Berlin and Kinitras Studio, Athens. In her curatorial research, Nefeli is interested in the relationships between movement, dance and the gallery space.
Polly Brannan, an artist and educator, is Education Curator at the Serpentine Gallery. Since graduating with a BA Fine Art in 2003, Polly has produced exhibitions, talks, programmes, happenings, workshops and interventions at venues including Barbican, London; Liverpool Biennial; Lisbon Experimenta Festival; Turner Contemporary, Margate; Tate Britain, London; Studio Voltaire, London and City of London Festival.. Polly was a member of artist and architect collective public works from 2005-2011 and is co-founder of London-based artist collective Avant Gardening. Commissions include Space Studios, London; Stanley Picker Gallery, London; the Delfina Foundation, London and Camden Arts Centre, London.
Replace Me 2011
32.5 x 40 cm
© Rosemarie Trockel, DACS 2013
Courtesy Sprüth Magers Berlin London