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Schedule - All times UK

  • Thu 26 May 2016

    Modern Art Oxford | What’s Important: Art & Community with Alistair Hudson

    The next in our series of lectures from leading cultural figures reflecting on the ways arts organisations contribute to society. Alistair Hudson, Director of Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA), discusses the relationship between the art institution and the communities it serves and asks how it might be possible to construct a new model for working together.

  • Thu 2 June 2016

    Modern Art Oxford | KALEIDOSCOPElive | 1998 / Mona Hatoum

    The second in our series of lectures highlighting important artists from Modern Art Oxford’s history. Bridget Crone, independent writer and curator and Lecturer in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, discusses the work of the influential Palestinian artist who exhibited at Modern Art Oxford in 1998.

  • Fri 3 June 2016

    Whitstable Biennale | Silke Panse and Connal Parsley Ethics, Art and Moving Images

    The day before the Whitstable Biennale officially opens this transdisciplinary symposium explores how ethics can figure eminently in the generation of art and images after modernism and postmodernism, starting from the premise that in the Anthropocene, the work cannot rest upon its separation from the world. The symposium asks what ethics are at play in the relations between the human artist, the art, and human and non-human models or participants. Art theorists and practitioners as well as legal studies scholars will probe the role of art and moving images in the creation of ethical relations through new materialist, eco-political and posthuman thought and practice. The symposium is organized by Silke Panse and Connal Parsley in a collaboration between the University for the Creative Arts, the Centre for Critical Thought at Kent Law School (University of Kent) and the Whitstable Biennale.

    Excerpts from this event will be broadcast on ‘this is tomorrow’ . More details soon.