WORKSHOP « No Vitrines, No artists, No Museums: Just a Lot of People » DOMUS

ArtExperience Workshop (Venice): No Vitrines, No Museums, No Artists. Just a Lot of People. With: Rirkrit Tiravanija, Maurizio Bortolotti, Daniel Birnbaum, Richard Shusterman, Philippe Parreno, Pierre Huyghe, Maurizio Nannucci. Domus Academy, Milan, Italy. Participant in five-day artist and curator workshop. 

18 – 23 May 2004 – Telecom Italia Future Centre, Venice
Artist: Rirkrit Tiravanija

Curator: Maurizio Bortolotti




The focus of the workshop was the investigation of different forms of interaction, together with an artist who has adopted as personal language the ephemeral dimension of the event, through which he tries to break the borders between the several institutions of the world of art in order to obtain an open ground for creation.
The work of Rirkrit Tiravanija mainly consisted in the realisation of happenings in which the public participates with an active role. The artist created situations and environments in which the border between the artist and his public is questioned.

Other lecturers and guests: Daniel Birnbaum, Richard Shusterman,Philippe Parreno, Pierre Huyghe


About Icaarlamarck

Romaric Tisserand is a visual and performance artist. His work is focused on new perspectives and practices in photography and contemporary culture, developing online exhibition like 3360 MoMO from M to O ( or AAnonymes, the search of the deliberated accident (2005-2009) and new media supports. He has supported and coordinated a series of non-western and emerging artists, as well established artists: from Lise Sarfati’s in Roma at the Villa Medicis to Samuel Fosso’s monographic show at Rencontres d’Arles. He is creating a plumber shop gallery, MoMO Galerie, since 2010. Since, he is involved in artistic direction and production partnership with the studio and magazine Momologue.