June 25, 2016
In 1993, Andrea Fraser and art historian, critic, and curator Helmut Draxler created a working group for artists engaging in project-based work that took place in January 1994 at Lüneburg Kunstraum. Services was conceived as an ongoing project to convene discussions, propose public activities, and collectively establish guidelines addressing a concern for artists being asked to render services for museums and galleries for little or no pay.

A six-hour screening of a group session from 1994 will be followed by dinner and a discussion chaired by curator of discursive programs at LAXART Eric Golo Stone and artist Cameron Rowland.

Capacity is extremely limited. Please contact wattisintern@cca.edu for more information.

This event is the eleventh event in our year-long season about and around the work of Andrea Fraser.

Performance documentation of ‘Services: The Conditions and Relations of Service Provision in Contemporary Project Orientated Artistic Practice,’ organized by Helmut Draxler and Andrea Fraser, January 22– 23, 1994, at the Kunstraum of Lüneburg University, Lüneburg, Germany. Photo: Michael Schindel
Performance documentation of ‘Services: The Conditions and Relations of Service Provision in Contemporary Project Orientated Artistic Practice,’ organized by Helmut Draxler and Andrea Fraser, January 22– 23, 1994, at the Kunstraum of Lüneburg University, Lüneburg, Germany. Photo: Michael Schindel


Services post-screening discussion and dinner at the Wattis Institute.
Services post-screening discussion and dinner at the Wattis Institute.