Engadin Art Talks 2022: Press Release
Uster, 21 December 2021
The speakers of MATTER & MEMORY, the upcoming E.A.T. / Engadin Art Talks event happening in Zuoz and online.
The 12th edition of the E.A.T. / Engadin Art Talks is approaching fast with a rich programme of indoor and outdoor activities. Amongst the participating speakers, the public joining in-person or online will hear from a diverse range of professionals from the art field and beyond exchange their ideas, visions, and projects on this edition’s theme, MATTER & MEMORY.
MATTER AND MEMORY covers a range of topics that span from the relation between body and spirit to questions of sustainability; from to the various forms of memory to the articulation of time and experiences of remembering.
Amongst the participants are:
Igshaan Adams, artist
David Adjaye, architect
David Allemann, co-founder & Executive co-Chairman ON
Ann Demeester, incoming Director Kunsthaus Zürich
Chris Dercon, president RMN Grand Palais
Es Devlin, set designer
Souleymane Bachir Diagne, philosopher
Benjamin Dillenburger, architect
Laurent Le Bon, president Centre Pompidou
Armin Linke, artist
Isabelle Mansuy, epigeneticist
Camille Morineau, director of AWARE
Andrew Morlet, CEO Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Precious Okoyomon, artist
Pamela Rosenkranz, artist
Kenny Schachter, artist, curator, lecturer, writer
The detailed programme will soon be available at www.engadin-art-talks.ch. Presentations will be held in English. Tickets are on sale on our website.
Talks, performances, and other gatherings will be safely held by following the 2G+ rule on:
Saturday, January 29: 10am – 1pm and 3pm – 6pm
Sunday, January 30: 10.30am – 1pm
Location: Hall at Plazz, Zuoz, Engadin, Switzerland
Please note that due to the global health circumstances, the programme or the list of speakers might be subject to last-minute changes.
At present, we must ask all guests to adhere to the 2G+ rule, thus presenting a valid identification together with a Swiss or EU/EFTS Covid-19 certificate that confirms your vaccination against or recovery from Covid-19, plus a valid antigen test.
All information on our protection strategy is available on our website and will be updated regularly.
E.A.T. and the Engadin Valley
The Forum is conceived by Hans Ulrich Obrist (Artistic Director of the Serpentine Galleries in London), Daniel Baumann (Director of the Kunsthalle Zürich), Bice Curiger (Artistic Director of the Fondation Vincent Van Gogh Arles) and Philip Ursprung (Dean of Architecture at ETH Zurich) together with Cristina Bechtler, founder of E.A.T..
E.A.T. is internationally recognised for bringing together leading artists, architects, writers, scientists, and disruptive thinkers from around the world. Over the past 12 years, more than 250 speakers have presented their ideas and visions in relation to a challenging, annually changing, and socially relevant subject. The events organised by E.A.T. inspire and surprise an interested public.
In addition to E.A.T., the region offers numerous cultural highlights, such as Ruedi Bechtler’s private collection at the Hotel Castell, the Art Public Plaiv sculpture park with several outdoor sculptures, including the monumental James Turrell tower, Swiss artist Not Vital’s castle museum Schloss Tarasp, Muzeum Susch, Polish art patron Grazyna Kulczyk’s museum, as well as leading international galleries.
We would like to thank the municipalities of Zuoz and St. Moritz, the E.A.T. Stiftung, the Bechtler Stiftung, Hotel Castell, D&K Dubach Keller Stiftung, Gasthaus Krone, menzi ebz AG, and our E.A.T. Circle of Friends for their generous support.
We would also like to express our special gratitude to our partners Phillips Auctions, ON, and Crozier for their loyal support.
For press and interview enquiries please contact us.
E.A.T. / Engadin Art Talks Foundation
Turbinenweg 5, CH-8610 Uster
Tel. +41 43 960 31 55 / +41 76 222 93 56