Feminist Duration in Art and Curating

Research Symposium, Goldsmiths, Department of Art
Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th March, 2015

Feminist duration in art and curating symposium

Venue: RHB 325 & 326, Goldsmiths, University of London
# 25 on the Campus Map: http://www.gold.ac.uk/media/campus-map.pdf
Take staircase B up 2 flights of stairs

Free and Open to All. If you could like to come please email to reserve a seat as places are limited: h.reckitt@gold.ac.uk

Presenters include visiting artists and researchers and a range of lecturers, PhD Art and MFA Curating students at Goldsmiths, University of London

Nella Aarne, Lisa Busby, Kajsa Dahlberg, Giulia Damiani, Claire Fontaine, Dimitra Gkitsa, Melissa Gordon, Catherine Grant, Laura Guy, Shama Khanna, Nina Power, Helena Reckitt, Cristina Thorstenberg Ribas, Emily Rosamond, Louise Shelley, Amy Tobin, Rehana Zaman

Monday March 16th
10am -10.30am Introduction, Andrea Phillips and Helena Reckitt
10.30am – 11.30am Catherine Grant, A Time of One’s Own
11.30am – 1pm Rehana Zaman, Screening of Some Women, Some Other Women and all the Bittermen, 2015
Louise Shelley, Communal Knowledge – is this working?
Lisa Busy: Introduction to Sound Piece
1pm – 2pm Break
2pm – 3pm Melissa Gordon, Exits and Dropouts (title tbc)
Giulia Damiani, Le Nemesiache from Napoli: Amplifying Women’s History
3pm – 3.30pm Break
3.30pm – 4.30pm Cristina Thorstenberg Ribas, Do I have to be a Mother to Discuss Social Reproduction from a Feminist Perspective?
Emily Rosamond (title tbc)
4.30pm – 5pm Break
5pm Claire Fontaine, And they ask for her help more than they are ready to help her, response by Nina Power [in the Stuart Hall Building]

Tuesday March 17th
10am – 11am Helena Reckitt, Support Acts
11am – 12.30pm Laura Guy and Kajsa Dahlberg, I Want a President
12.30pm – 1.30pm Break
1.30pm – 2.30pm Shama Khanna, Flatness: Refusal. Screening with works by Helen Chadwick, Domestic Sanitation: Bargain Bed Bonanza, 1976; Lucy Clout, Shrugging Offing, 2013; Barry Doupé, Life and People, 2014; Bonnie Camplin, My Name is Ko Ko, 2001
2.30pm – 3pm Amy Tobin, Youth, family and home: thinking with and against second wave feminist art
3pm – 3.30pm Break
3.30pm – 4.30pm Dimitra Gkitsa, Where Have All the Cyborgs Gone?
Nella Aarne, Encounters in the Dynamic of Love: Notes on ‘Feminine Curating’
4.30pm – 5pm Open Discussion