I will be speaking at the upcoming John Berger Now conference in Canterbury on 12 September. The invitation for submission of abstracts was preceded by the following statement. ‘The death of the artist is a dividing line’ wrote John Berger in 1966. ‘Every artist’s work changes when he dies. And finally no one remembers whatContinue reading “More talk”
Three times lucky for me: I’ll be talking at Birkbeck again this morning. Drawing on notions of authorship and translation, and making connections with ‘the curatorial’ and ‘the translational’ I will consider some case studies that I’ve been looking at recently, including the book Ways of Seeing. .
I have been invited to talk about publications in relation to film and video work at a conference in Zurich next month. The focus is specifically on images, so am revisiting and thinking about a series of books I’ve worked on in relation to film and video work. (Click here for further info).
On Monday 25 January 2016 I did a talk at CASS, upon invitation of Ania Dabrowska, a long-time friend, photographer and lecturer. The audience consisted of a mix of BA students in photography, MA students in Fine Art and some staff. I was given 1.5 hours to talk about my views on working with artists,Continue reading “Talk at CASS”