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CASEBOOKS Events: Artist and Curator seminar
Fri 17 March 2017, 16:00 – 18:00 GMT
The CASEBOOKS exhibition is one of the most collaborative projects to take place at Ambika P3. It brings together researchers on the Casebooks Project, based at the University of Cambridge, with the curatorial team at the University of Westminster. This seminar is an opportunity to explore the issues brought about by the exhibition from the perspective of the artists and the Ambika P3 curator.
Artists will present their projects and a round table will be convened to discuss the following topics:
How did the artists engage with the Casebooks Project ?
What are the levels at which audiences engage with the artworks and the historical and digital artefacts through the exhibition?
Have the casebooks provided a common theme to the exhibition?
Can a collaborative exhibition such as this create new links between art, history and science?
The panel will consist of the exhibiting artists or their representatives and Dr Michael Mazière, Curator of Ambika P3. The Seminar will be chaired by Dr Lauren Kassell, Director of the Casebooks Project.
4.00 – 4.15: Introductions
4.15 – 5.15: Artists presentations
Jasmina Cibic: Unforseen Foreseens
Federico Díaz: BIG LIGHT Space of Augmented Suggestion
Lynn Hershman Leeson ( Via Skype): Real-Fiction Botnik and Venus of the Anthropocene
Rémy Markowitsch: The Casebooks Calf
Lindsay Seers: Mental Metal
Rana Saner: Tunga’s Me, You and the Moon
5.15 – 6.00
Round table and Q&A from the audience chaired by Lauren Kassell
6.00 – 6.30
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University of Westminster, Marylebone Campus
Room MG14 (Ground Floor)
35 Marylebone Road