Saturday 2 June, 2-6pm, University College London
In collaboration with the History of Art Department, University College London
Speakers include Charles Esche, Gediminas Gasparavičius, IRWIN, Saša Nabergoj, Milena Tomić and Jonah Westerman.
This symposium will explore IRWIN and their project East Art Map in relation to strategies of self-archiving, self-historicisation and re-enactment in Eastern European art. It will involve an afternoon of presentations from established speakers and postgraduate researchers engaging with issues surrounding IRWIN’s practice, EAM, archival tendencies in Eastern European art, and the legacies of these practices today (with specialists exploring the legacies of the project in relation to artistic and curatorial practice, art institutions and the writing of art history).