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Lecture series: Situations

Tuesday 17 February 2004 to Tuesday 30 March 2004, 23:00 to 22:00

Lectures: Situations
The Situations lectures continue with an outstanding line-up of artists, critics and curators. The series explores the conditions under which many art works now come into being: for example, as ‘off-site’ projects, for a biennial, or as part of a residency. Contributors include Jimmie Durham, artist, writer and poet of Cherokee descent; Catherine David, Director of Documenta X in conversation with Irit Rogoff, Goldsmiths College, London and Nicolas Bourriaud, the author of Relational Aesthetics. The lectures will be published along with interviews and texts in collaboration with Black Dog Publishing in the autumn. 2004 will also see the commissioning of five new art works for Bristol as part of the Situations research initiative in partnership with Bristol City Council. Situations is an initiative led by the University of the West of England in association with Arnolfini.

18 February 14.30 : Rod Dickinson artist
25 February 14.30 : Adam Dant artist
3 March 14.30 : Jimmie Durham artist
10 March 18.30 : Catherine David curator and Irit Rogoff
17 March 18.30 : Becky Shaw artist
31 March 14.30 : Nicolas Bourriaud writer and critic
£3.00/£2.00 concessions

Lecture Theatre 2, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantocks Close, off Woodland Road, Bristol. Limited on-street parking and nearby NCP. When in Cantocks Close, take left hand fork and cross School of Chemistry precinct
We regret that there is no wheelchair access at this venue
Further info and directions
Tickets: By phone from Arnolfini or on the door 30 mins before start
Free to UWE students: please present your ID on the door

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