|On Space and Sound
Collaborative seminar between British Art Network and Contemporary Art Society Subject Specialist Network on the topic of sound based art
|Tate Britain, Thursday 27 October 2016, 11.00 -17.00.|
This one day collaborative seminar will bring together the two networks to explore the different aspects of displaying, collecting and preserving sound pieces. The seminar will present a series of short papers from invited artists, academics and curators followed by panel discussions and opportunities for networking.
This seminar will focus on different aspects of displaying, collecting and preserving sound pieces. Discussing current commissions (Katrina Palmer, The Quarryman’s Daughters for Art Angel); exhibitions and recent sound displays (for example, Susan Phillipzs: War Damaged Musical Instruments) we will consider current theoretical, practical and institutional issues dealing with artists working with sounds as a sculptural medium, informing the networks about current practices in contemporary art.
The event is open to all but of particular interest to curators, conservators, artists, technicians, managers and registrars at all stages of their working in non-traditional media formats.
Confirmed speakers include:
Cevdet Erek, Artist and Musician, Lecturer at the Turkish State Music Conservatory, Istanbul Technical University)
Ann Gallagher, Director of Collections (British Art), Tate
James Lingwood, Co-Director of Artangel
Susan Philipsz, Artist
Elaine Speight, Curator and Research Associate School of Art, Design & Fashion University of Central Lancashire
Salomé Voegelin, Associate Professor in Sound Arts, Member of Centre for Research in Sound Arts, London College of Communication, UAL.
This event is a collaboration between SSN British Art and SSN Contemporary Art and is open to members and non-members. To book your place please email email@example.com.