Featuring artist Anne Katrine Senstad, composer JG Thirlwell, Rail Editor-at-Large Tom McGlynn, and publisher Praun & Guermouche
In this talk
Join The Emily Harvey Foundation for a panel discussion with Anne Katrine Senstad, JG Thirlwell, and Tom McGlynn, followed by a video talk by publisher Praun & Guermouche, to celebrate the publication of NEON GUIDES ME by Anne Katrine Senstad.
Saturday, November 5, 4 - 6 PM at The Emily Harvey Foundation
This event is supported by The Royal Norwegian Consulate New York.
Anne Katrine Senstad
The multidisciplinary practice of Anne Katrine Senstad lies at the intersection of installation art, photography, video, neonsculpture, land art, and site specificity, with a focus on the phenomena of perception and the cognitive system in response to the properties of light, sound, and color. Senstad has exhibited widely internationally, including at S12 Gallery, Norway (2021), He Xiangning Art Museum, Shenzhen (2019), and many others. In 2020, Senstad was awarded the prestigious Norwegian 10-year Governmental artist grant. She has, since 1996, received numerous artist grants from Arts Council Norway, Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Foundation for Contemporary Art (USA), among others. Senstad was raised in Singapore and Norway; today, she lives and works between New York and Oslo.
Australian-American composer, producer, and performer JG Thirlwell is based in Brooklyn, NY. Thirlwell has released over thirty albums under his various pseudonyms including Foetus, Manorexia, Xordox and Steroid Maximus. JG has completed commissions for Kronos Quartet, Bang On A Can, Alarm Will Sound, and many more. He is a member of the“freq_out” sound-art collective, curated by CM Von Hausswolff, and has created several solo sound installations. JG performs live solo and with his own chamber ensembles. He has collaborated with Karen O, Noveller, Zola Jesus, Helm, Lydia Lunch, Tony Oursler, and dozens more. Thirlwell creates the musical score for the Emmy-winning FX show Archer, and Adult Swim /Cartoon Network show The Venture Bros.
Stockholm-based publishing house Praun & Guermouche was established in 2020 by graphic designer Sandra Praun and artist Oscar Guermouche, which focuses on art, photography, theory, essays, and artists’ books. The core of their collaboration is the translation of artistic œuvres, projects, or individual artworks into book form. P & G believe that the way books convey art has intrinsic value, and accordingly the books they produce both reflect and complement the art.
Artist, writer, and independent curator Tom McGlynn is based in the NYC area. His work is represented in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum of the Smithsonian. He is the director of Beautiful Fields, an organization dedicated to socially-engaged curatorial projects, and is also currently a visiting lecturer at Parsons School of Design, The New School. McGlynn’s work is interested in the morphing of commercial signage into cyphers of phenomenal experience—minimalist, abstract arrangements of color. He holds an MFA from Hunter College and a BFA from the Ramapo College of New Jersey. Tom is an Editor-at-Large for the Brooklyn Rail.