1. Dr Alistair Payne Resistance and Persistance

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    School of Fine Art Friday Event 23rd November 2012

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    • Erik Lindman

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      School of Fine Art Friday Event 19th October 2012

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      • Sutapa Biswas Sofa Friday Event 12/10/12 Audio recording only

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        Love in a Cold Climate – Aesthetics and Irregular Verbs Lecture by Sutapa Biswas Sutapa Biswas is an artist and curator based in London. She was an undergraduate of Leeds University studying Fine Art and Art History, with a History and Philosophy of Science option (1981-85). Thereafter she was a postgraduate student at Slade School of Fine Art, UCL (1988-90), and also at the Royal College of Art, London (1996–98). Venues where Biswas’s artworks have been exhibited include: Tate Britain, Tate Modern, UK; Whitechapel Gallery, UK; Melbourne International Arts Festival 2006, Australia; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada; 6th Havana Biennial, Cuba; Expo Arte, Mexico; Lalit Kala Akademi / Gallery Espace, India; Nara Roesler Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Locus Plus (Newcastle Upon Tyne) in collaboration with Plug In Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada; SF Camerawork, San Francisco, USA; Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest; Whitechapel Art Gallery, UK; Yale University Art Gallery, USA; Harewood House, UK; City Art Gallery, Leeds, UK; Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, UK; Douglas Cooley Art Gallery and PICA, Portland Oregon, USA; Neuberger Museum, New York, USA. She is a Member of the Board of Directors for Film and Video Umbrella (London, UK). Biswas’ artworks are held in many public and private collections internationally, including: TATE Collections; Sheffield Museums and Art Galleries (acquisitioned with the Contemporary Art Society, UK); Cartwright Hall, Bradford Museums; Leicester City Museums; APT New York; Reed University, USA. A monograph of her artworks published by InIVA (2004), London includes essay by Laura Mulvey, Griselda Pollock and Guy Brett. Sutapa Biswas was central to the influential Black Arts Movement of the 1980s in the UK, when her artworks first came to prominence during the seminal and historic exhibition hosted at the ICA, London, titled, “Thin Black Line”. She is a respected leading authority on questions of subjectivity and feminisms in relation to race, gender and class within the practice of fine art and in relation to critical and historical theories of art, and in particular pertaining to questions of modernism, colonial histories (especially British) and postcolonial theories. Biswas works in a range of media including drawing, film, performance and photography. Her artworks are both conceptually and formally driven, and explore questions of temporality. They often possess a stark but poetic resonance that broadly investigates the relationship between art, history, power and politics. Biswas’s lecture will address the context of ‘making’ art and aesthetics in relation to histories of art, colonialism and power.

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        • Bianca Hester Friday Event 27th April 2012

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          Bianca Hester is motivated by an exploration of the connection between space, materiality and embodiment. Her projects are informed by sculptural and architectural processes and oriented by an engagement with the unpredictable forces of matter and time. She works in response to specific material, social and spatial conditions and builds provisional constructions and open-ended situations, often involving collaborations, events, imagery and video. Alongside this practice she teaches, writes and generates publications. Recent solo projects include ‘a world fully accessible by no living being’, Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, Federation Square (winning entry), ‘big log jam,’ with Open Spatial Workshop, AEAF, Adelaide, (2011), ‘please leave these windows open overnight to enable the fans to draw in cool air during the early hours of the morning’, Helen Macpherson Smith Commission, commissioned by Juliana Engberg, curated by Charlote Day, ACCA, Melbourne (2010), ‘only from the perspective of a viewer situated upon the surface of the earth does day and night occur’, The Narrows (2009), The West Brunswick Sculpture Triennial (with the OSW collective 2009), ‘fashioning discontinuities’, the Centre for Contemporary Photography (2009) and ‘projectprojects’, The Showroom in London (2008). The book titled ‘accommodating spaces, materials, projects, people, videos, actions, objects, thoughts: relatively’ was commissioned by The Narrows in 2009. Bianca Hester recently completed a PhD by project in sculpture at RMIT. She was a founding member of CLUBSpropject inc (2002-2007), a member of OSW (2003 – ongoing) and co-ordinates the second year program in the department of Sculpture and Spatial Practice at VCA.

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          • Stephen Graham

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            Prof. Stephen Graham Dreams of Omniscience: urbanization and the US 'Revolution in Military Affairs' Audio Only Friday Event 2nd February 2007

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            • Simon Starling

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              Simon Starling AUTOXYLOPYROCYCLOBEROS AUDIO ONLY FRIDAY EVENT, 27TH OCTOBER 2006

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