24 - 29 March 2018
Research Student Exhibition: The Long Kiln Room, Farnham Maltings
24 - 29 March 2018 10 - 5pm / Private View 27 March 5.15pm - 7.30pm
Research Student Conference: The Great Hall, Farnham Maltings
27 March 2018 10am - 5.15pm
The conference and exhibition explore the relationship between culture and time through practice. The aim is to create a discussion around the different issues and aspects of research currently undertaken by PhD students at UCA.
The Keynote speech will be delivered by Susan Aldworth associate lecturer on the Art & Science MA at Central Saint Martin’s, London. Susan has a background in philosophy, and a strong interest in investigating the workings of the human mind, especially consciousness and our sense of self.
Student Presentation Titles
Tracey Drew - Haunted aesthetics: disrupting the temporal frame
Liv Pennington - I am not Content: the management of the female image in contemporary image culture (and its discontents)
Anna Falcini - Re-illuminating the landscape of the Hoo Peninsulathrough the media of film (the porousness of past & present)
Martha Todd - Embodying the unreal - the mannequin in the context of post-humanist contemporary art practice
Loucia Manopoulou - Crafts, sound and motion: Tradition, time and space
Marcelo de Melo - From Image Creation to Cosmic Noise through the Practice of Contemporary Mosaic Art
Fiona Macdonald - The representation of Interspecies Temporalities in Living Installation Versus Moving Image
Jaci Foster - It embodies my mother...
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Chris Day, Jennie Jewitt Harris, Kate Boucher, Marcelo de Melo, Peta Jacobs, Denise Jones, Jaci Foster, Jo Lovelock, Tracy Drew