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'SOTO 1968' PANEL DISCUSSION, Part I/1

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Published on Nov 15, 2012

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RELEVANCE OF THE FILM
Sean Nesselrode

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SOTO 1968 Panel Discussion

November 10th 2012

BOSI Contemporary
48 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
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The panel discussion was organized on the occasion of the exhibition 'SOTO UNEARTHED: A 1968 Film and Selected Early Works', on view at the gallery from October 20th -December 2nd 2012.

In 2009, BOSI Contemporary owner, Sandro Bosi, was in Europe conducting extensive research on the provenance of a piece by Venezuelan kinetic artist, Jesús Rafael Soto. In that process, he came upon an extremely rare film of the artist in the Italian film archive, Cineteca Nazionale.  SOTO (1968) by Vittorio Armentano, presented as a part of the exhibition, was the focal point around which the panel discussion evolved. SOTO is an explication of the artist's connection to sound, space and movement. In the film, Soto provides both lyrical and literal explanations of the conceptual frame that he was working in at the time: above all, the interactive nature of his work.

PARTICIPANTS

Alma Ruiz
Senior Curator at MOCA, Los Angeles

Ariel Jiménez
Independent Curator and Art Historian in
Contemporary Latin-American Art

Ágnes Berecz
Visiting Assistant Professor of the History of Art and Design, Pratt Institute

Sean Nesselrode
PhD candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

MODERATOR
Sandro Bosi
Founder and Director of BOSI Contemporary

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