Women’s Art Practice and Thinking: A Staged Event
WOMEN’S ART PRACTICE AND THINKING: A STAGED EVENT
WEDNESDAY 2 MAY 2018
Hosted in collaboration with Kingston University’s Contemporary Art Research Centre, Dorich House Museum welcomes you to Women’s Art Practice and Thinking: A Staged Event.
Women’s Art Practice and Thinking: A Staged Event re-imagines the structure of symposium as a live event – a theatrical presentation that situates speakers and audience in new relationships to one another within a fluid changing ‘set’ where gesture can be enacted.
Ideas of fracturing, instinct, multiplicity, fluidity and subjectivity in relation to a feminine approach to research are explored through presentations by artists, curators and writers. A Staged Event stresses the presence and particular approaches of women within their research investigations – in the spirit of Dora Gordine and in the house she created.
Speakers Include: Cullinan Richards, Annie Ratti, Laura Gannon, Melissa Gordon, Anat Ben-David, El Vonne Brown, Mothers Of God (Katrin Plavcak and Ulrika Segerberg), Rachel Cattle, Peter Lewis and Andi Magenheimer
Women’s Art Practice and Thinking, A Staged Event, is part of the Contemporary Art Research Centre’s Centre for Useless Splendour’s events programme 2018
DORA: Dialogues on Women’s Creative Practice and Thinking is a collaboration between Dorich House Museum and Kingston University’s Contemporary Art Research Centre, Modern Interiors Research Centre, and Centre for Visual and Material Culture.
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