A one day seminar at Tate Britain – a collaborative between British Art Network and Contemporary Art Society Subject Specialist Network on the topic of Sound Based Art.
This one day collaborative seminar brings together the two networks to explore the different aspects of displaying, collecting and preserving sound pieces. The day includes a series of short papers from invited artists, academics and curators followed by panel discussions and opportunities for networking.
Confirmed speakers include:
· Susan Phillipsz, Artist
· James Lingwood, Co-Director of Artangel
· Salomé Voegelin, Associate Professor in Sound Arts, Member of Centre for Research in Sound Arts, London College of Communication, UAL.
· Elaine Speight, Curator and Research Associate School of Art, Design & Fashion University of Central Lancashire
· Ann Gallagher, Director of Collection, Tate
· Cevdet Erek, Artist
Join the seminar to discuss current theoretical, practical and institutional issues focusing on British artists working with sound as a sculptural medium, and take an in-depth look at current practices in British contemporary art.
Read the full details and RSVP on the Tate website