Wednesday, 31 January 2018
The Performativity of Painting, The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich Galleries. Opening hours: Tuesday - Friday 11am - 5pm, Saturday 11am - 4pm, until 16 February 2018
The Performativity of Painting, Artists' Talk, University of Greenwich Galleries and Creative Conversations
‘An experience of an artwork is an embodiment of space, within the work and around the work – the experience of the temporal’
The Creative Conversations initiative and University of Greenwich Galleries invite you to join the artists of the current Stephen Lawrence Gallery exhibition, on the afternoon of Saturday 10th February, to view and experience the work and to discuss the performative nature of painting.
‘What is the relationship between the artists and their artwork? What role does the gallery space serve in the staging and meaning of the work? How does the ‘framing’ of the gallery space alter the experience of the viewer? How can an artwork behold a viewer? How can a curation of works create thoughtful dialogue individually and as a collaboration?’
These are some of the topics that will be considered in an open forum with the artists Tobias Buckel, Liz Elton, David Lock, J.A. Nicholls, Selma Parlour, James Pimperton, Rebecca Molloy guided by participating artist and curator Alex Roberts.
For further details, and to register the event, follow the link on the Eventbrite page here
Schedule of the event:
Saturday 10 February 2018, The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich Galleries
1.30-2pm arrivals – Coffee, tea and cake provided
2pm Rebecca Molloy performance
2.30-4pm Public panel, open discussion, Q&A’s. Introduced and guided by Alex Roberts.
 Linday Seer’s commentary, elevated from the final panel discussion of the conference, ‘Folds in Time: Artists’ Responses to the Temporal and the Uncanny’, hosted by The Freud Museum, 4th July 2015. Part of The Freud Museum Festival of the Unconscious.
Tuesday, 2 January 2018
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“I have visited 5,000 painting-based shows this century. Yet there are approaches in the gesturally-themed group show ‘Control to Collapse’ which I can’t recall seeing in any of them..." Paul Carey-Kent. Read more...
|Control to Collapse, Blyth Gallery, Imperial College London 2017|
Image credit: Liz Elton
Closes 3rd January 2018
How to find the gallery at Imperial College please click here