Transforming lens-based practice: photography / film / screen
Thursday 17 May, 6.30 – 7pm
*Seating will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis
How do we understand the transformation of lens-based media? How do contemporary practitioners respond to the different possibilities posed by still and moving images? And how do institutions respond to these changes? By thinking across the spectrum of lens-based image making, this session will explore transformations in research, practice and display.
- Bridget Smith (photographer / Kingston University)
- Stuart Comer (Curator of Film, Tate Modern)
- Gilly Booth (Filmmaker)
- Steven Cairns (ICA Associate Curator of Artists’ Moving Image)
The session will be chaired by Chris Horrocks (Kingston University), and will be followed by a gallery tour of the exhibition Remote Control.
Please RSVP to Deborah Herring at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 0207 766 1455.
This event is part of an on-going collaboration between The School of Art and Design History at Kingston University and the ICA.