EVENT LANGUAGE: ENGLISH.
HOT POT is a unique art event that combines the format of a common lunch, networking session, art presentations, and community-building. It is meant to bring guests together with the international MQ Artists-in-Residence and enrich the experience of everyone attending.
A warming meal created and cooked by artist Tomek Pawłowski-Jarmołajew is followed by an introduction to the practices and interests of the following MQ Artists-in-Residence:
Kaltrina Berisha, Jaha Engij, Judit Kis, Paula Malinowska, Hans Ramduth, Sasha Marianna Salzmann, Anna Titova & Stas Shuripa
Each Artist-in-Residence will provide the keyword referring to their practices and represent it through visual and spoken/performative contribution. Their art will also have influenced the recipe of the HOT POT.
About Tomek Pawłowski-Jarmołajew:
In their practice Tomek Pawłowski-Jarmołajew is developing sites for conviviality, conversation, and openness, using hospitality and friendship as a method to create community and social change. Both in cooking and curating they approach the ethics and economics of food consumption as well as social relations and art production with care, sustainability, and resilience.
ABOUT THE MQ ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAMME:
The MuseumsQuartier’s international Artist-in-Residence program, which is realized in cooperation with partners, has been offering around 60 international artists the opportunity to live and work in the MuseumsQuartier every year since 2002, to further develop their artistic projects and to get to know the local art and cultural scene. The aim of the Artist-in-Residence program is also to continuously stimulate the art and cultural scene in the Austrian capital with external and new impulses and to promote exchange by involving international artists.
FULLY BOOKED: HOT POT - Communal lunch with MQ Artists-in-Residence
13 Nov 2023/12:30-14:00H
MuseumsQuartier, Museumsplatz 1, Wien, Österreich
© Tomek Pawłowski-Jarmołajew