Marie Jeschke in conversation with Clemens Jahn, 1 March 2016
Tuesday 1 March, 7pm
In conversation between Marie Jeschke and Clemens Jahn on the occasion of the exhibition Can’t Remember Always Always
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Clemens Jahn is a Berlin-based editor, designer, and cultural producer. He studied visual communications at Universität der Künste (UdK) Berlin, and London College of Communications (LCC) with a focus on visual systems and media theory. He has worked with a range of international institutions, such as the MAD Museum of Arts and Design, New York; University of Arts and Culture St. Petersburg; ZKM | Karlsruhe, and Kunsthalle Bern.
Recent publications include Turning Inward, ed. by Clemens Jahn and Lou Cantor (Sternberg Press 2015); “Photography after Photography …”, essay in: Texte zur Kunst No. 99 / Photography (2015); “Design” and “Surface” in: Flusseriana. An Intellectual Toolbox, ed. by S. Zielinski, P. Weibel, and D. Irrgang (Univocal 2015).