Research Events & Exhibitions
3 Dec 2018 | 9:58 am UTCSource:
Michelle Atherton will be in conversation with Jamie Sutcliffe at tomorrow’s Transmission, discussing, amongst other matters, fake rocks, irrational gestures, and occult motion. Michelle Atherton is an artist working with images, temporal states, and contingency. The starting point for the works is often lens-based, exploring the rhetoric and subsequent potency of the image and our encounter with it. Here the [...]
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‘re-turning’: Group exhibition featuring Joanne Lee’s audiovisual essay ‘In the Midst of England’ opening Friday 30 November
30 Nov 2018 | 12:00 pm UTCSource:
re-turning An ongoing project involving four artists, Andrew Brown, Joanne Lee, Danica Maier and Christine Stevens. Working under the title Returns, the group began with a 2012 residency at the former Spode ceramics factory. Since then it has repeatedly returned to investigate Stoke-on-Trent, its urban landscapes, diverse communities, manufacturing and craft skills, and the material history that has made it [...]
‘Walk Out’ – Exhibition of the Walking Arts Research Group opens in Sheffield with private view on Thursday 29 November
28 Nov 2018 | 3:09 pm UTCSource:
WALK OUT is an exhibition of the work made through engagement with the Walking Arts Research Group (WARG). Much of the work is a free-form response to the rural and urban environment. WARG at Sheffield Hallam University provides a collaborative space for the investigation of cross-practice creative production linked to a range of walking practices. It has become a forum [...]
27 Nov 2018 | 10:54 am UTCSource:
Rowan Bailey: There’s that lovely text by Heidegger – What is called Thinking? – where he calls upon us to catch ourselves in the process of doing it. Thinking is somatic. It is a life force. This is simultaneously the most destabilising of experiences as well as the most liberatory. I think we are in a world where this is [...]
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19 Nov 2018 | 12:22 pm UTCSource:
Paul Clinton and Sharon Kivland met earlier this year and have not stopped talking since. They talk about the erotics of revolution, transgression and prohibition, the événements and legacy of May 1968, the films of Eric Rohmer and the writing of Pierre Klossowski, jewellery and death, political alliances and psychoanalysis, gender, class, sexuality, soft furnishings, and the cut of the [...]
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Wednesday 28 November 2018 – Lunchtime Seminar with Colm McAuliffe (Critical Theory and Popular Culture at Birkbeck)
13 Nov 2018 | 3:32 pm UTCSource:
Speakers: Colm McAuliffe, PhD in Critical Theory and Popular Culture at Birkbeck, University of London Title: RADICAL BROADCASTS – Theory On Television Hosted by: Professor Esther Johnson Imagine the following: radical psychiatrist R.D. Laing amiably explaining his theories on schizophrenia on a daytime television chat show in 1977; cultural theorist Stuart Hall discussing why Karl Marx mattered in 1983; David Lodge grappling with post-structuralist theory [...]
12 Nov 2018 | 2:47 pm UTCSource:
On Tuesday 13 November, David Cotterrell and Ruwanthie de Chickera will be presenting a public talk in Sheffield, exploring their recent collaborative work for the 2018 Transmission Lecture series. In recent years, David Cotterrell and Ruwanthie de Chickera have embarked on an eclectic series of field trips, producing a series of experimental artworks to clarify their experience and understanding of fear, [...]
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Wednesday 14 November 2018 – Lunchtime seminar with Ron Wright and Neil Webb (Senior lecturers in Sound Recording and Sound Design for Film & Media Production)
5 Nov 2018 | 5:22 pm UTCSource:
Title: Burning Pool: An exploration of hauntology as a notion of “lost futures” Speakers: Ron Wright and Neil Webb, Senior Lecturers in Sound Recording and Sound Design for Film & Media Production Date and time: Wednesday 14 November, 1PM – 2PM In this seminar Ron and Neil will discuss the conceptual and practical considerations that informed the development of this project. They will also [...]
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‘Showgirl Manifesto’: New exhibition in Huddersfield features Dr Sharon Kivland – On until 27 October
15 Oct 2018 | 11:00 am UTCSource:
Showgirl Manifesto is an exhibition emerging from the recently published book Viewing Pleasure and Being A Showgirl, How Do I Look? by artist and writer Alison J Carr. In the book, Carr contextualises showgirl experiences, framing their relevance for contemporary feminism as well as artists and performers. Accessibly written, the book interprets a range of live performances to develop a bold, original approach to bodily [...]
1 Oct 2018 | 10:46 am UTCSource:
Die Holzdiebe Saturday 13 October 2018 – Sunday 06 January 2019 Opening: Friday 12 October, 7PM ZAK Zentrum für Aktuelle Kunst, Alte Kaserne Zitadelle, Berlin In the bicentenary of Marx’s birth, the exhibition is founded on Marx ’s articles for the Rheinische Zeitung, reporting on the proceedings of the Sixth Rhine Province Assembly, ‘Debates on the law of thefts of wood’, [...]
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‘The Annotated Reader?’ – Exhibition featuring work by Sharon Kivland opens at Cork Street Galleries, London
1 Oct 2018 | 9:30 am UTCSource:
Opening on Thursday 04 October 2018: The Annotated Reader? The Annotated Reader? Cork Street Galleries, London Tuesday 02 October – Saturday 13 October, 12PM – 8PM Over the last year and a half, Ryan Gander and Jonathan P. Watts have been compiling a collection of annotated texts by 281 artists, academics, writers, curators, designers, and musicians. On Thursday 04 October [...]
‘Gonna Take Some Time’ – Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack co-curate screening event at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark
27 Sep 2018 | 2:40 pm UTCSource:
gonna take some time a screening event at Viborg Kunsthal Artists: Richard Sides, Matthew Noel-Tod, Rebecca Lennon, Marie von Heyl, Eva Fabregas, Anita Delaney, Darren Chouings, Sam Bunn and special guest. Screening event of artists’ films in conjunction with the exhibition As Much About Forgetting and the Viborg Animation Festival VAF. Curated by TC McCormack & Michelle Atherton. Thursday 27 [...]
‘Liquid Crystal Display’ – Lise Autogena and Penny McCarthy feature in exhibition at Sheffield Site Gallery – Until 27 January 2019
14 Sep 2018 | 11:00 am UTCSource:
Photo by Waad AlBawardi, The Hidden Life of Crystals, 2018. Sheffield Hallam Researchers Lise Autogena and Penny McCarthy will take part in an exhibition entitled Liquid Crystal Display at Site Gallery in Sheffield this month, opening on the first weekend of Site’s new refurbishment. The exhibition opens on Saturday 29 September and runs until Sunday 27 January 2019 and is [...]
Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack co-curate the group exhibition ‘AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING’ with Jette Gejl (Danish artist, curator and academic) at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark
4 Sep 2018 | 10:38 am UTCSource:
This Friday sees the public opening of a new exhibition featuring Sheffield Hallam University Senior Lecturers in Fine Art Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark. The exhibition AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING has the tensions of history and memory at its core. The participating artists use installations, sculptures, videos, large-scale backlit vinyl and performances to re-call, reclaim and re-enact our [...]
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‘HOSPITAbLe: New Domestic Landscape’ – Exhibition of Professor Paul Chamberlain’s furniture opens at Sheffield’s Yorkshire Artspace on 03 September 2018
3 Sep 2018 | 2:46 pm UTCSource:
Taking place alongside major international conference Design4Health, HOSPITAbLe is a collection of furniture created by Professor Paul Chamberlain that reflects upon and challenges an ambiguous future domestic landscape that presents hybrid functionality and confused visual language and soundscape. HOSPITAbLe Yorkshire Artspace, Persistence Works Sheffield Monday 03 September 2018 – Sunday 16 September 2018, 10AM – 4PM Free admission. Download the flyer here. [...]
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