Tuesday, June 16
A Conversation with Learning Site
13 East Tulane Road
starts at 8 pm
Learning Site is a collective comprised of Rikke Luther from Denmark and Cecila Wendt from Sweden. They make projects specific to the sites in which they decide to work, drawing on local skills, resources and knowledge. Their collaborations examine intersections of natural resources, economic markets, habitation, land rights, labor and sustainability to initiate dialogue and insight about conditions specific to the locations the work is produced. Learning Site has formed collaborations and made projects in New Delhi, Copenhagen, Singapore, Chicago, Moriya, and Monterrey, among other sites. They will produce a work in the urban context of Columbus as part of the fall exhibition Descent to Revolution organized by the Bureau for Open Culture at Columbus College of Art & Design.
Visit bureauforopenculture.org to learn more about its programming initiatives and the exhibition Descent to Revolution.
Visit learningsite.info to read more current and past projects.
Poster Dwelling; Land, Market and Economy, New Delhi, 2008


Tuesday, June 2
13 East Tulane Rd
starts at 9 pm
Stefanie Busch is a German artist living and working in Dresden. Her artwork focuses on landscapes and the ambiguity of memory, taking the form of silk screen prints in lightboxes, collages, videos, installations and photographs. Stefanie is in Columbus through a three-month artist exchange program with Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Saxony Ministry of Sciences and Arts in Dresden. She is leaving Columbus on June 9th.

Nathan Ober (Population Works) studied time-based media at Columbus College of Art & Design, with a focus in video production and still-based photography. Nathan has lived and worked at The Shelf (57 East Gay St) and developed collaborative projects such as 28 Windows, 28 Days of Nathan and many interactive video performances powered by the P2 bicycle generator. Nathan is leaving Columbus on June 6th to take a job in New Delhi, India.