WILSON, Martha


Martha WIlson speaking at Some Assembly Required, "Franklin Furnace: The Whys of Deinstitutionalization" 7a*11d 1998 VIDEO STILL

Some Assembly Required artist talk: Franklin Furnace: The Whys of Deinstitutionalization

Monday October 26 7 pm
Martha WILSON (New York City, USA)
Goethe-Institut, 163 King St

Cosponsored by Le Lieu centre en art actuel and the Goethe-Institut Toronto
Coordinated by Paul COUILLARD

Martha Wilson is the founder of Franklin Furnace, an internationally acclaimed museum and archive of living art, performance and artist books begun in 1976. A regular performer throughout the ’70s, Wilson has continued to be a key figure in the US performance art community,  producing and organizing performances and exhibitions through Franklin Furnace and in collaboration with various festivals and institutions.

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Martha WIlson, "Franklin Furnace: The Whys of Deinstitutionalization" 7a*11d 1998

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