IMPAKT TV #4: Zachary Formwalt
An Industry and Its Irreplaceable Medium
Location: IMPAKT TV online
Artist Zachary Formwalt will talk about his installation An Industry and Its Irreplaceable Medium, commissioned for The Curse of Smooth Operations and part of the festival exhibition.
This episode is hosted by Marijke Hessles.
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Zachary Formwalt― Artist
Zachary Formwalt (United States) lives and works in Amsterdam. He has presented solo projects at the Museum of Contemporary Art Busan; Academy of Fine Arts Vienna; Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade; Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam; VOX Centre de l'image contemporaine, Montreal; Casco—Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht; Wexner Center for the Arts: The Box, Columbus, OH; and Kunsthalle Basel. His essays have appeared in various journals including Grey Room, Open, kunstlicht, and Metropolis M. He teaches theory at the Graphic Design Department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam.
Marijke Hessels (1989) is a dramaturge with a love for technology, artistic research and transdisciplinary collaborations, supplemented by a healthy dose of tech criticism. As a tech dramaturg at Ulrike Quade Company, she works on various research projects on (puppet) theater and robotics, she has set up a series of expert meetings under the name Future Stages, and she writes for the Dutch theatre magazine Theaterkrant. Before she started at Ulrike Quade Company, she worked at SETUP (the Utrecht platform for a technology-critical society) as a supervisor of artistic research projects and made performances for Boslab and Fringe Amsterdam, among others.