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Schedule - All times UK

  • Tue 28 June 2016

    Sala Brasil | What Separates us |  In-conversation | curated by HS Projects

    An in-conversation examining the value of cultural projects such as ‘What Separates us’, in providing distinct cultural experiences and Brazil’s position within an increasingly globalised art world. ‘What Separates Us’ is a group exhibition by four crucial contemporary Brazilian artists, Tonico Lemos Auad, Adriano Costa, Rodrigo Matheus and Matheus Rocha Pitta -examining value systems and exchange mechanisms from a cultural, social and economic perspective. The exhibition explores the themes of international trade, travel and mobility, whilst examining the ‘real value’ of art and the system in which it is made and validated.

  • Thu 30 June 2016

    Modern Art Oxford | KALEIDOSCOPElive | 1979 / Rodchenko

    For the third in our series of lectures highlighting important artists from Modern Art Oxford’s history, Professor John Milner, Honorary Professor of Russian Art, co-founder of the Cambridge-Courtauld Russian Art Centre, discusses the 1979 Rodchenko exhibition at Modern Art Oxford and how it relates to the artist’s wider work.

  • Thu 7 July 2016

    Paths to Utopia in conversation: Night school on Anarres

    How do you use language to imagine an anarchist way of life? In the first talk of the ‘Paths to Utopia’ in conversation series, Neil Denny talks to Dr Martin Edwardes about performative educational experiment ‘Night school on Anarres’.

    ‘Paths to Utopia’ is a collection of new artworks, all of which are the result of collaborations between artists and academics. In a series of ten panel discussions lead by ‘Little Atoms’ ’ Neil Denny, the Paths to Utopia in conversation series will discuss the research and ideas behind the works in the ‘Paths to Utopia’ exhibition, exploring the inspiration for the myriad of diverging Utopian visions and how the process of collaborating changed and informed the outcomes.


  • Thu 14 July 2016

    Paths to Utopia in conversation: We account the whale immortal

    What do the three mythic whales of the River Thames have to do with Utopia? In the second talk of the Paths to Utopia in conversation series, Neil Denny talks to Jessica Sarah Rinland, Dr Edward Sugden and Philip Hoare about film installation ‘We account the whale immortal’.