Re-framing Jo Spence and Rosy Martin
The Photo Lab at the Department of Media, Communications and Cultural Studies (MCCS) at Goldsmiths, University of London, together with Women’s Art Library, have the pleasure to invite you to a roundtable discussion about the relevance of self-imaging in contemporary image-based practice. Taking the work of celebrated feminist artist and activist Jo Spence and photographer and therapist Rosy Martin, the panelists will address wider questions concerning the past, present and future of image-based representation. Drawing on their own practices and collaborations, they will also consider the feminist aspects of self-imaging and self-fashioning in various media.
Althea Greenan, curator of The Women's Art Library
Lauren Craig, X Marks the Spot
Rosy Martin, photographic artist and therapist
Joanna Zylinska, Professor of New Media and Communications, MCCS Goldsmiths
Clare Bottomley FHEA, Senior Technical Advisor, MCCA Goldsmiths
The event is to accompany the framing and hanging of two large-scale images from Jo Spence’s Self-Portrait exhibition (1996), made in collaboration with Rosy Martin, in the Professor Stuart Hall building at Goldsmiths.
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