1@111

1@111 is a series of process-oriented discussions focusing on a single work, text, curatorial premise or proposition. Hosted by salonnières Madeline Djerejian and Rachel Gugelberger, each discussion is organized in collaboration with an artist, writer or curator who presents to a small group. Similar to the tertulia, a literary and artistic salon popular in 17th-century Iberia and Latin America, as well as the German Stammtisch roundtable discussion, 1@111 highlights the ideas and methodologies integral to shaping the creative process.


1@111

1@111 is a series of process-oriented discussions focusing on a single work, text, curatorial premise or proposition. Hosted by salonnières Madeline Djerejian and Rachel Gugelberger, each discussion is organized in collaboration with an artist, writer or curator who presents to a small group. Similar to the tertulia, a literary and artistic salon popular in 17th-century Iberia and Latin America, as well as the German Stammtisch roundtable discussion, 1@111 highlights the ideas and methodologies integral to shaping the creative process.


Madeline Djerejian is a visual artist based in New York City. Her videos, photographs, and text-based works have been exhibited internationally, including: Galerie Otto Schweins (Cologne); Galerie Klaus Peter Goebel (Stuttgart); Murray Guy (NY); Elastic Residence (London) and Art Park Projects at Art Dubai. Her silent videos, filmic narratives exploring the intersection of word and image, have been presented at Manifesta 8 (Murcia, Spain), Landmark at Bergen Kunsthall (Norway), Örebro International Videoart Festival (Sweden) and are included in the Maraya Art Centre’s Video Archive. In 2014 she was awarded a Brown Foundation Fellowship at the Dora Maar House (Ménerbes, France). Madeline has an MFA in Photography & Related Media from School of Visual Arts, and a BA in Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures from Columbia University, both in New York. madelinedjerejian.com

Rachel Raphaela Gugelberger is a curator based in New York. Recent exhibitions have focused on the intersection of information, data and art, in particular the digital transformation of books and libraries. Curatorial projects include "Once upon a Time, There Was the End" at Center for Book Arts (New York, NY); "Data Deluge" at Ballroom Marfa (Marfa, TX); and "Library Science" at Artspace (New Haven, CT). Rachel has served as co-director of Sara Meltzer Gallery and curator at Exit Art, where she organized the final exhibitions "Every Exit Is an Entrance: 30 Years of Exit Art" and "Collective/Performative." Publications include monographs, exhibition catalog essays, and contributions to "Art Galleries International: Post-War to Post-Millennium" and "Unfinished Memories: 30 Years of Exit Art". Rachel is Curator at No Longer Empty and Director of NLE Curatorial Lab.