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CHLOE DEWE MATTHEWS IN CONVERSATION WITH ANDREW KÖTTING

Thursday 8 April, 7pm – Whitechapel Gallery Online

The acclaimed photographer and film-maker launches her new photographic bookwork THAMES LOG – exploring the many and diverse rituals attached to the Thames, from source to mouth. She will be in conversation with renowned multi-disciplinary artist and film-maker Andrew Kötting, whose own films engage repeatedly with the waterways …

bookroom presents: Here.here Greg Caffrey performed by Rarescale

The here.here concert series, is a collaboration between bookRoom and the Audio Research Cluster at UCA Farnham, curated by Emmanuelle Waeckerle and Harrey Whalley, around their common research in extended, textual, visual, gestural and object scores and ways to integrate or experience technology in text/music/film/performances.

The Irish composer Greg Caffrey is the 6th guest composer of …

UCA staff and graduates exhibit in ISLAND LIFE: Photographs from the Martin Parr Collection

Professors Anna Fox, Karen Knorr and Sunil Gupta and graduates Chris Shaw, Ken Grant, Paul Seawright to feature in Island Life: Photographs from the Martin Parr Collection as part of the Bristol Photo Festival 2021, at Bristol Museum & Art Galleries.

May 2021 (TBC) / Full details announced in April

Island Life draws upon photographs from the …

Professor Jean Wainwright presents at The Association for Art History 2021 Conference

Wednesday 14 – Saturday 17 April 2021

Sea Trading, in the Age of Simulacra

Jean Wainwright (University for the Creative Arts)

In our age of simulacra, the physical power of the sea to inspire artists remains undiminished; its trade routes, edges and invisible geographical boundaries exciting myriad artistic responses in many different media. This paper juxtaposes the voices of …

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