29 Mar 2017
Free Lectures by artists, designers, curators and makers Open to Students, University staff and the Public talks are programmed by MA Fine Art , University of Lincoln. No Booking Required
All lectures start at 3pm in the auditorium, The Collection
Ang Bartram - 25/1/2017
Angela Bartram works in live art, video and sculpture and published text. Her practice concerns threshold and ‘in-between’ spaces of the human body, gallery or museum, definitions of the human and animal within companion species relationships and alternative strategies for documenting the ephemeral. Amongst others, the work has been exhibited at Karst in Plymouth (2016), Hillyer Art Space in Washington DC (2016), Miami International Performace Festival (2014 and 2013), Grace Exhibition Space in New York City (2014, 2012), Bristol Live Open Platform at Arnolfini (2012), Action Art Now for O U I International Performance in York (2011), EAST International in Norwich (2009) The Animal Gaze (London 2008, Plymouth 2009, Sheffield 2011), and Animalism in Bradford (2009). Published texts include her co-edited volume Recto-Verso: Redefining the Sketchbook (Eds: Bartram, El Bizri, Gittens (Ashgate: 2014)), and chapters in Collaborative Art in the Twenty-First Century (Routledge: 2016), Intimacy Across Visceral and Digital Performance (Palgrave MacMillan: 2012) and Mutual Dependencies (Artwords: 2011). Bartram completed a PhD at Middlesex University and is currently Senior Lecturer at the University of Lincoln (UK) in the department of fine art.
OPEM ARTISTS Jake Moore and Ellen Brady - 1/2/2017
FIONA Curran - 8/2/2017
Fiona Curran is an artist based in London and a Senior Tutor in the School of Material at the Royal College of Art, she is currently completing a practice-related PhD at the Slade School of Fine Art titled: “Towards a Fractured Topography of the Present: Art, Ecology and The Political Economy of Speed.” Fiona’s work explores the poetics, politics, and materialities of landscape space across the making of objects for exhibition, site-related installation, writing and teaching. Fiona has exhibited her work widely in the UK and Internationally. Recent commissions include: The grass seemed darker than ever, for Kielder Forest in Northumberland, UK; An accident looking for somewhere to happen,for Art Across the City in Swansea, UK and This time next year things are going to be different for The Tatton Park Biennial, UK. Recent exhibitions include No Matter, New Matter, Ed.Varie, New York; Promise of Palm Trees, Breese Little, London; Beach Fatigue, Carslaw St* Lukes, London;Situation, RMIT, Melbourne and Riff, Baltic39, Newcastle.
Annie Morrad 15/2/2017 - CANCELLED
Yu Chen Wang- 22/2/2017
The work of Yu-Chen Wang asks fundamental questions about human identity at a key point in history, where eco-systems and techno-systems have become inextricably intertwined. At the same time, her Taiwanese origins, combined with a London-based career, have created a vision that is personal and autobiographical.Yu-Chen Wang has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally. Her recent solo exhibitions include Yu-Chen Wang, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester (2016); Nostalgia for the Future, Yu-Chen Wang: An Introspective Retrospective, Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2016); Heart to Heart, Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester (2016); This is the end…, Yeo Workshop, Singapore (2015). She was artist-in-residence at Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester (2015); Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei (2014); Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester (2011).She has exhibited in numerous group shows, including Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester (2016); Taipei Biennial, Taiwan (2014); Hayward Gallery, London (2014, 2012); Art Lending Library, Glasgow International (2012); Cornerhouse, Manchester (2011); TÜYAP Istanbul Art Fair-ARTIST 2010, Turkey (2010); Gallerie Onno van Toor, Rotterdam (2009); Barbican Centre (2008); FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, France (2007); Galerie L'Oeil de Poisson, Quebec City (2007); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2006); Camden Arts Centre, London (2006).
Joy Sleeman is Reader in Art History and Theory at UCL Slade School of Fine Art and Visiting Professor of the History of Sculpture at the University of Lincoln. Her research is focused on the histories of sculpture and landscape, especially 1960s and 70s land art. Her book on The Sculpture of William Tucker was published in 2007. Together with Nicholas Alfrey and Ben Tufnell, she co-curated the most comprehensive exhibition of British land art to date, Uncommon Ground: Land Art in Britain 1966-1979, for the Arts Council Collection and Hayward Touring. It toured to four UK venues in 2013-14. Recent publications have explored relationships between art in America and Britain and between artists and curators, for example 'Lawrence Alloway, Robert Smithson and Earthworks', in L. Bradnock, C.J.Martin and R. Peabody (eds), Lawrence Alloway: Critic and Curator (Los Angeles US: Getty Publications, 2015). Recent and current projects include a book on the sculpture of Roelof Louw (Ridinghouse); acting as advisor to an exhibition on David Lamelas in Long Beach, California, USA and as selector for the 2nd edition of Jerwood Open Forest for the Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Forestry Commission England. Since 2000 she has been a member of the editorial board of the Sculpture Journal the leading academic journal for research in sculpture.
Dr Altintzoglou’s practice follows the post-conceptual tradition of socially engaged art. Photography occupies a central role in this, although he employs various media and methods. His doctoral thesis (Dualism & the Critical Languages of Portraiture) was supervised by David Bainbridge and John Roberts, University of Wolverhampton).Euripides Altintzoglou’s practice follows the post-conceptual tradition of socially engaged art and critical theory. For Altintzoglou art is an epistemologically active domain through which he explores the correlation of being, politics, and change. He is the co-editor (with Martin Fredriksson) of Revolt and Revolution: The Protester in the 21st Century (Oxford, UK). He currently holds the post of a Senior Lecturer in Photography at the Wolverhampton School of Art, University of Wolverhampton. Throughout his career Dr Altintzoglou has held and curated numerous exhibitions in private galleries and public spaces in Britain, France and Greece
Neil Maycroft- 15/3/2017
Anne Chick - 22/3/2017
Dawn Woolley - 29/3/2017
Dawn Woolley completed her undergraduate degree in fine Art Printmaking in 2001 and has since developed a visual art practice that encompasses digital video, installation, performance and photography. In 2008 she completed an MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art. She is currently undertaking PhD research in photography at the Royal College of Art. The broad aim of the research is to articulate the pathologies of consumer culture and the impact they have on consumers. She explores the relationship between people and objects, and the impact of images as disseminators of sign value. The practical aspect of the research project centres on the still life as a type of portrait suggestive of different consumers. Taking her cue from Dutch still life paintings from the seventeenth century that reflected a conflicting relationship to material wealth, she has developed still life objects that also reflect a contradictory relationship to consumerism.
Recent exhibitions have included; “”Basically. Forever” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and “Recollection” Ruimte Morguen Gallery, Antwerp (2014). Solo exhibitions include; “Visual Pleasure”, Hippolyte Photography Gallery, Helsinki, Finland (2013); “Visual Pleasure”, Vilniaus Fotografijos Galerija, Lithuania (2012); “Visual Pleasure” at Ffotogallery in Cardiff (2011), “The Substitute”, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University (2010); South Square Gallery, Bradford (2009), and The Lighthouse Art Centre in Wolverhampton (2006). Her artwork is held in a number of collections including; The Royal College of Art, London, the Museum of Photographic Arts in Kiyosato, Japan and in The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.
Steve Fossey 5/4/2017
Steve Fossey is an artist whose work is concerned with the production of dialogue and social space, and can loosely be described as site specific. His work asks how, through the use of Live Art, Video and Text, ideas around intimacy, proximity and relationality might allow a reimagining of what it is to be social. In the UK his recent work includes showing at the Arnolfini, Bristol as part of the Liberated Words Festival (Thought Acts, 2013), Embrace Arts Centre, Leicester as part of A Better Tomorrow (Hello I Love You, 2013), Cobham Chambers in Nottingham as part of the Nottingham European Arts and Theatre Festival (Host, 2014), and various sites across Bath for the Bath Contemporary Visual Arts Festival (I Will Tell You That I Love You and Mean It, 2014). International Collaborations have seen the realisation of projects in Karlsruhe, Germany (Perfekt Futur, 2013) and Queensland, Australia (The Nottingham Bells, 2003). As a professional musician Fossey has toured nationally and internationally, producing recordings for BBC Radio 2 at the Maida Vale Studios and ITV for the cult show ‘Young Gifted and Broke’.
Gerard Williams - 26/4/2017
Medina Hammad - 3/5/2017