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    Filip Noterdaeme is intent on fostering a meaningful and rewarding dialogue between art and viewer based on respect for the creative process, critical thinking, and an understanding of cultural history. For Noterdaeme, art should never be subjected to the fickle superficial values and market-driven speculations of a growing art industry but rather inspire everyone to open their minds, refine their lives, and learn empathy. He is primarily interested in artistic practices and models that challenge the mainstream rather than bow down to it.

    Noterdaeme is a museum educator at the Guggenheim Museum and frequently lectures at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. His teaching at Eugene Lang College has centered on the history of the avant-garde, modernism, institutional critique, and museum studies.

    He is the artist behind the conceptual art project known as The Homeless Museum of Art and the author of The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart (Outpost19, 2013). He also writes a blog on contemporary art for the Huffington Post.

    Degrees Held:

    MA, Comparative Literature, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, New York University
    BFA, Sculpture, School of Visual Arts, New York

    Professional Affiliations:

    College Art Association
    PEN Center USA
    All Out

    In 2003, Filip Noterdaeme founded the Homeless Museum of Art, a conceptual art project that exposes the sellout of cultural institutions to commerce, cronyism, and real estate, via interactive installations, video and performance, as well as writing projects.

    Recent Publications:

    The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart (Outpost19), 2013
    “American Arcadia,” Cleaver Magazine (Issue No. 3), Fall 2013
    “Sugarcoating the Art of Real Estate,” The Huffington Post, May 14, 2014
    “My Timely Encounter With Yvonne Rainer, The Huffington Post, October 24, 2013
    “A Manifesto: How to Make the Art World Bearable Again,” The Huffington Post, June 4, 2013

    Research Interests:

    Duchamp
    Modern & Contemporary Art
    The Avant-Garde
    Postmodernism
    Institutional Critique
    Museum Studies
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