Visual Cultures Public Programme Spring 2016
Samson Kambalu (Artist, London), chaired by Jean-Paul Martinon
As boundaries dissolve between teaching, researching and articulating concerns, as definitions of practice expand and mutate – we wish to pay attention to the permissions granted us by such changes. How do we currently define our subjects and methods as invention and necessity join forces within our work? As we self institute and self authorize in the face of new formats of research, study and practice - how do our permissions come about, are they immanent to fields of study or authorised by the urgent issues of the day?
As the department of Visual Cultures turns 10, we are looking at how new entry points for engagement have emerged, new Cartographies are being drawn and new practices have claimed legitimacy as the direct outcome of knowledge production.
This terms’ public programme brings together members of the Visual Cultures department, invited guests and former students in order to map out the changing orders of creative knowledges.
Series curated by: Irit Rogoff, Manuel Ramos and Susan Schuppli.
The event is free and no booking is required. All welcome.
Image: Ursula Biemann, Egyptian Chemistry, 2012
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