- Socialised Affection
- More things can happen
- Reading Things
- A Joy Forever
- Self Portrait: Arnolfini
- Museum Futures
- Circulating Artworks
- From Things to Flows
- Hacked Manifesto
- Lapdogs script
- A Shadow of Marx
- Value of Things
- Look at me
Wedneday 30th March, 6pm Arnolfini Narrow Quay Bristol
To coincide with the Self portrait; Arnolfini project, I will be giving a lecture about archives, research and exhibition as part of the
Art in the City Spring 2011 Lecture Series
Organised by Arnolfini, Bristol City Council and the University of the West of England, this programme of events explores public art commissioning in Bristol and further afield.
Neil Cummings' multidisciplinary arts practice reflects on research within the specific contexts in which art is produced. Working directly with museums, galleries, archives and art schools, and often working collaboratively with other artists, curators, academics researchers or producers; Cummings' work focuses on the political economy of creativity and collaborative creative practice.
He is a professor at Chelsea College of Art and Design and a member of Critical Practice. This will be an opportunity to hear about Cumming's work with Arnolfini, along with his wider artistic practice.
Would be lovely to see you.
£6.50/£5.00 Concs / Free for UWE staff and students with ID (Free tickets only released on the day)
Supported by Bristol City Council. Artist hospitality supported by..........