6 February, 4pm in room GM06, Birmingham School of Art
Dr Nuria Querol – “Transcultural Curating. Contemporary Indian Art in a Global Context”
Nuria is an art historian and curator whose expertise lies in transcultural art and curating, global collaborations and contemporary art in Asia, primarily China and India. She lived and worked in Beijing for three years where she was Visiting Research Fellow at the Central Academy of Fine Arts and Peking University, and conducted fieldwork on curating Chinese contemporary art. She is currently completing her monograph Transcultural Curating. Contemporary Indian Art in a Global Context, (forthcoming with Liverpool University Press 2019), and will discuss this research and the process of converting it to a monograph.
20 Feb, 4pm in room GM06, Birmingham School of Art
Dr Theo Reeves-Evison – on his Leverhulme ECR Fellowship project ‘‘Speculative Natures: Contemporary Art and Interventionist Ecology’
Theo Reeves-Evison will talk about his new research project and the process of applying for a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship. The project investigates how processes of speculation and storytelling have the capacity to organise environmental activities around imagined futures, and will manifest in several events, presentations and publications over the next three years.
6 March, 4pm in room GM06, Birmingham School of Art
Steve Bulcock presenting his PhD project “Drawing in an Algorithmic Environment”
20 March, 4pm in room GM06, Birmingham School of Art
Sally Bailey – “A Space of Exchange: Exploring Mess, Play and Failure as Method” and Ana Rutter & Sophie Hedderwick – “A conversation around archiving the un-archivable and recording the un-recordable” (a performed conversation)