Image credit: Anti/Grandpeople Anne Szefer Karlsen on ‘Dublett’ Tuesday, October 4, 2016 6:308pm ISCP 1040 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY FREE and open to the public Curator Anne Szefer Karlsen will discuss the relationship between editorial and curatorial work, taking as her starting point the book series Dublett. This publication series (2012-15) included four artists books by Annette Kierulf & Caroline Kierulf, Toril Johannessen, Pedro Gómez-Egaña and Elsebeth Jørgensen each representing a distinct work of art by the artist, in part through a series of specially commissioned texts contributed by authors from a variety of disciplines. The books have a particular three-part architecture, designed by award-winning designers Anti/Grandpeople. Szefer Karlsen is the series editor of Dublett, and together with a strong team of editors (Eva Rem Hansen, Maria Lyngstad Willassen), she collaborated closely with the artists to provide them with an opportunity to actively participate in the contextualization of their own work. Through Dublett they explored the artistic endeavor as it unfolded, rather than canonizing it retrospectively. The editorial process therefore had many similarities to contemporary exhibition making, thus lending itself to a discussion on the intersections of editorial and curatorial work. Offsite Hub event, in collaboration with the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP). Anne Szefer Karlsen is currently a curator-in-residence at ISCP. This event is free and open to the public. To attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with ANNE in the subject line.