2012-2013

Summer 2013 Programme

Date Subject Content
Wednesday 3rd April
Keywords (INIVA Keyword Lecture Series)

Douglas Crimp on 'theory'

Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL, 6pm

Thursday 18th April Artist's talk:
Emanuel Almborg

Swedish artist Emanuel Almborg will discuss community experiments and radical education projects with Petra Lange-Berndt.

Whitechapel Gallery, 7pm

Wednesday 8th May
Keywords (INIVA Keyword Lecture Series)

Leo Bersani on 'sex'

Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL, 6pm

Saturday 11th May
Keywords (INIVA Keyword Lecture Series)

Geeta Kapur on 'practice'

INIVA, Rivington Place

Wednesday 15th May
Artist Performance Event

Oreet Ashery / Party for Freedom

Part travelling troupe, part takeaway delivery service, part bizarre dream, this is a party like no other

Wednesday 22 May

Artist discussion

Renzo Martens

Artist Renzo Martens will discuss his project, The Institute for Human Activities

Archaeology G6 Lecture Theatre, 6-9pm

Tuesday 28th May
Digital Ethics On and Offline Reading Group

Jointly organised with INMG

Carroll / Fletcher, 56-57 Eastcastle Street, London W1W 8EQ, 7pm

Spring 2013 Programme

Date Subject Content
Tuesday 22nd January

Artist's talk:

Martin John Callanan

Martin John Callanan is a conceptual and performance artist working in London, and has lectured at the Slade since 2008. His practice examines the individual's place within systems, and is often based on a methodical collection of data, both in the immediate environment and as information flows circulating in global computer networks.

Martin John Callanan website

Saturday 2nd February

Symposium:

Eva Hesse in Europe

Organized by Briony Fer

Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, 2pm-6pm

Friday 22nd February

Artist's talk:

Nicoline van Harskamp

Organized by Petra Lange-Berndt

Whitehchapel Gallery 3pm

Tuesday 26th February Reading Group

Art and Ecology: Selections from Third Text issue “Contemporary Art and the Politics of Ecology”

Organized by TJ Demos

Seminar Room 6, 6pm

Saturday 2nd March
Symposium: Eco-Aesthetics: Contemporary Art and the Politics of Ecology

Organized by TJ Demos

Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, 2pm-7pm

Friday and Saturday 8/9th March

Film Screening and Symposium:

Retracing America: Modernism After Paul Strand

Organized by Stephanie Schwartz and Barnaby Haran

Birkbeck Cinema and Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre

Thursday 21st March

Study day and exhibition:
Cinema as Object

Study day programme

Slade Research Centre, Woburn Square
Friday 22nd March
Exhibition:
Cinema as Object
morning only
Thursday 28th March
Keywords (INIVA Keyword Lecture Series)

Linda Bellos on 'equality'

INIVA, Rivington Place


Autumn 2012 Programme

Wandering Abroad, still image
Date Subject Content
Tuesday 20th November
Field trip to The Banqueting House to discuss the Rubens ceiling, followed by a visit to the exhibition "Richard Hamilton: The Late Works" at the National Gallery Liz Rideal (artist, Slade) and Petra Lange-Berndt (art historian, UCL) organise an experimental field trip to The Banqueting House to discuss the Rubens ceiling, followed by a visit to the exhibition "Richard Hamilton: The Late Works" at the National Gallery. Yes, this is no mistake: We aim to consider two dead guys who were into painting, join us if you dare... We will meet in front of The Banqueting House, Whitehall, SW1A 2ER.
Tuesday 4th December
Film screening and in-conversation with Corinne Silva The post screening conversation will be led by Lauren Rotenberg