Symposium: Artists in the Field - Ephemeral Landscapes and Experimental Geographies16 January 2016
Image credit: Luce Choules
Symposium | Artists in the Field: Ephemeral Landscapes and Experimental Geographies
With itinerant artist network *TSOEG and keynote speaker Dr Harriet Hawkins, Royal Holloway University of London
Saturday 16 January | 2 - 5 pm | £8/6(conc.) | Booking required
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This symposium will consider the wider role of fieldwork in contemporary arts practice, including themes of exploration in Julian Charriere's work. A panel of artists will share insights into their research, personal fieldwork methodologies, and artist-led expeditions. A discussion will be opened up to examine artistic practice in the landscape, reflecting on the ways artists are redefining the geographic narratives of place, site and encounter.
Artists include: Ignacio Acosta, Luce Choules, Andrew Ranville, Corinne Silva, and Emma Smith.
*TSOEG - Temporal School of Experimental Geography is an itinerant network of artists sharing ideas and responses to landscape through fieldwork. The aim of TSOEG is to bring together artists working across a range of disciplines and geographic environments, to discuss fieldwork as methodology, parallel activity, art form, and research.
16 Jan 2:00pm