Please state which dates you would like to attend and title the email Bilderfahrzeuge.
There are 10 spaces, for each seminar, allocated for PhD students but spaces are limited!
Martin Westwood and Mick Finch have been working in collaboration with the Bilderfahrzeuge research network whose London base is at the Warburg Institute in London. The network sets out to explore the migration of images, objects, commodities, and texts, in short: the migration of ideas in a broad historical and geographical context and in relation to Aby Warburg’s legacy. So far the collaboration has entailed an exhibition at the Warburg Institute, essays produced from a visit to the CSM Study Collection, participation in Headstone to Hard-drive 3 at the British School in Rome. The collaboration is working toward a colloquium event at the Warburg Haus in Hamburg in June 2016 and an exhibition project for 2018. More information about Bilderfahrzeuge can be found at:
Adequate Knowledges is a series of five ‘talks’ that elaborate readings of certain childhood books. In this third event of Adrian’s series Adequate Knowledges:
‘Back to 1955, it seems, it seems so hard to move on, in the entanglements of this life and that whole history, of that finished form of history and this unfinished form of life or lives, I will carry on trying to sit one row behind myself and slow things down a little, somewhere back in a space of critique and scholarly disclosure.’
One of the most intimate aspects of the human subject is the unconscious. This symposium examines the ways in which this material becomes the basis for contemporary art, critical writing and the dynamics of the consulting room. The speakers will provide a number of perspectives on the relationship between gender, the unconscious and intimacy. As well as first hand accounts from contemporary artists there will be a new reading of Marlene Dumas’ intimate art practice. The psychoanalytic process of ‘patient presentation’ will be examined, as well as how the process of being in analysis becomes inadvertently manifest when artists exhibit their work in the Freud Museum.
This symposium is hosted in collaboration with the Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design research project Intimacy Unguarded, which examines the personal as material in contemporary art and writing.
Diana Caine (neuropsychologist)
Denis Echard (psychoanalyst)
Joanne Morra (writer)
Sadie Murdoch (artist)
Griselda Pollock (visual theorist and cultural analyst)
We invite postgraduate students and research fellows to submit proposals for papers on psychoanalysis or psychoanalytically informed research. Papers may be from any academic discipline, including psychology, sociology, cultural studies, psychosocial studies, history, literature, art, religious studies or philosophy. We also welcome proposals on clinical or theoretical topics from students on psychoanalytic trainings.
This one-day conference is designed to give postgraduate students from all disciplines who are interested in psychoanalysis an opportunity to present and discuss their research in an informal and intellectually stimulating setting.
Abstracts of 300 words (maximum) should include a title, the name of your university or training organisation and a telephone number. Papers should be no more than 20 minutes long. A further 10 minutes will be allowed for discussion. Sessions of 1½ hours will have space for three papers. There will be concurrent panels to accommodate as many papers as possible. The day will end with a plenary.
The conference takes place at the Hendon Campus of Middlesex University (30 minutes from central London) between 9:30 and 5:30 on Saturday, 19 June, 2016. Tea, coffee and a light lunch will be provided. The conference fee is £45 for presenters and attendees. The fee for Middlesex University staff and students is £25.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday, 27 May, 2016. Early submission and registration is recommended. Abstracts and queries should be sent to: Anne Worthington, firstname.lastname@example.org
9 December 17:30 Room C303, CSM, KX Adequate Knowledges is a series of five ‘talks’ that elaborate readings of certain childhood books. In this second event of Adrian’s series Adequate Knowledges:
‘A second book, one, two, three, many …or what was good enough for then is hardly good enough for now. Is three too many? Was two far too many? Is one more than enough, inconceivably so? In the shadow of future passions as Lohengrin watches Egyptian science, alarmed and not quite astonished, I will unfold episode two in the annals of adequacy…..’
How do new knowledges adequate to these starting points? Life writing, or whatever we might want to call it, becomes a series of abstractions of this problematic
I’m writing to let you know about our forthcoming event in the Exhibition Histories Talks series at Whitechapel Gallery in London.
Next week on Thursday 10 December Rasha Salti will be in conversation with Whitechapel Gallery’s Omar Kholeif to discuss ‘The International Art Exhibition for Palestine’, which took place in Beirut in 1978, and the archival and documentary exhibition presenting this research ‘Past Disquiet’, curated by Salti and Kristine Khouri at Museu d’art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), 2015. More information about the event can be found here.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me.
This is a day of presentations by and for students and tutors. This year’s theme is archives and institutions. It’s very much a chance to hear work in progress and the programme will be shaped by the kind of work being done by the participants.
Archives can be understood widely as can the definition of an institution. Themes we may like to address include how archives can be discussed in the wake of institutional critique and ‘new institutionalism’; technological (or technocratic) issues (‘big data’, ‘born digital’ content, or materials that are difficult to archive, or difficult to display); or how interests may or may not be linked between archives and institutions. We may wish to explore other paradigms, and/or locate questions in archives themselves. How and whether these affect curatorial practice or our understanding of exhibitions may also be an interesting theme to explore.
This event brings together staff, doctoral students and students from masters programmes with an interest in curating and archiving from Birkbeck, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Art and the Royal College of Art. The event will provide a forum for sharing emerging research and professional practice.
This is the second such event, following The Archive and Domestic or Private Space, held at the RCA in December 2014, where we heard presentations by 5 tutors, 4 PhD students, and 8 MA students.
This year’s event is kindly being hosted by the Royal Festival Hall. NB it is not a public event.
Our Doctoral Open Days are a chance for PhD students who are new to the Library to discover the British Library’s unique research materials. From newspapers to maps, datasets to manuscripts, ships’ logs to websites, our collections cover a wide range of formats and languages spanning the last 3,000 years. Doctoral Open Days are designed to explain the practicalities of using the Library and its services, plus help you navigate our physical and online collections. As well as hearing from our expert and friendly staff students will have the opportunity to meet researchers in all disciplines.
You will see that we have taken a different approach to this year’s events. Subjects such as History, English, Drama, Art & Design etc, will now be covered in inter-disciplinary days concentrating on different aspects of the Library’s collections. As always, students are invited to attend the day they feel would be most relevant to their studies. The Open Days are as follows: