Toke Lykkeberg

Toke Lykkeberg on the suspension of art in a state of emergency

Torbjørn Rødland
Installation view Enamel Support at the dental clinic of Danielle Heller Fontana

Photo:
Manifesta 11 / Wolfgang Träger

Jon Kessler
Installation view The World Is Cuckoo at Les Ambassadeurs watch shop

Photo:
Manifesta 11 / Wolfgang Träger

Marguerite Humeau
Installation view When Skies are not named yet (I) at ETH Zurich

Photo:
Manifesta 11 / Eduard Meltzer
 

 From left to right: Alexander Scrimgeour, Contant Dullaart and Toke Lykkeberg. Photo: Rita Vitorelli

From left to right: Alexander Scrimgeour, Contant Dullaart and Toke Lykkeberg.
Photo: Rita Vitorelli

The artist Constant Dullaart has a dream to come true. Curator Toke Lykkeberg wants to show the world how it really is. One has founded a company, the other has brought an everyday commercial aesthetic into the Musée d’Art Modern de la Ville de Paris. What role do artists play in start-up culture? Are we experiencing a rematerialisation of the art object?

With Emily Segal, Alessandro Bava, Fulvia Carnevale, Rory Rowan, Constant Dullaart, and Toke Lykkeberg