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CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT 2018 On Archipelagos and Other Imaginaries: Collective Strategies to Inhabit The World.  Event

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Time:
14:00 - 22:00
Date:
2 November 2018
Venue:
Winchester School of Art

For more information regarding this event, please email Lucy Woollett at l.c.woollett@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

LIVE SCREENING FROM MIAMI with special guests: THE ASSOCIATION OF THE UNKNOWN SHORE (Kayle Brandon, Dr Angela Piccini) in collaboration with WSA FINE ART TALKING HEADS

Creative Time Summit is an annual convening for thinkers, dreamers and doers working at the intersection of art and politics. The 11th Creative Time Summit held in Miami this year will be live screened for the first time at Winchester School of Art. 

The topics under discussion will range from immigration and borders to climate realities, notions of intersectional justice, gentrification, tourism as an enabler for neocolonialism, and the role arts and activism can play in all these pressing issues. 

We have invited Bristol based art and research collective The Association of the Unknown Shore (Kayle Brandon, Dr Angela Piccini) to work with us alongside the live screening. There will be a Replica Narwhale Tusk casting workshop for Fine Art and PhD students in the morning, and Kayle and Angela will present their project responding to the themes of the summit alongside the live screening in the afternoon in collaboration with the Talking Heads programme. 

The Association of the Unknown Shore is a growing group of Inuit, British, and Canadian curators, artists, museum & gallery professionals, members of St Stephens Church, Bristol and university researchers. They are critically and culturally responding to Martin Frobisher’s 16th-century voyages to Nunavut, in northern Canada. As part of the process they are working with various entangled, human and non-human threads to produce an in-progress work that acknowledges the legacy of the lives of the three Inuit brought to Bristol in 1577, lives that are entwined with the past, present and future of the city.

 

SCHEDULE 

11 AM - 1 PM WORKSHOP  Sculpture studio, East Side Building 

The Association of the Unknown Shore -  Replica Narwhale Tusk casting

Kayle Brandon and Dr Angela Piccini will work with students to make a replica casting of a Narwhale Tusk and then perform a ceremony with the tusk in the school’s environs. 

Open to BA, MA  Fine Art & WSA PhD students 

Booking required. Max 20 people. Please sign up through Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/replica-narwhale-tusk-casting-with-the-association-of-the-unknown-shore-tickets-51748704769#tickets

 

1- 2 PM Lunch 

 

2 - 4 PM  TALKING HEADS - LTA, West Side Building 

LIVE SCREENING FROM MIAMI of the 2018 CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT on Archipelagos and Other Imaginaries : Collective Strategies to Inhabit The World.

KAYLE BRANDON AND DR ANGELA PICCINI will present their project THE ASSOCIATION OF THE UNKNOWN SHORE alongside the live screening with a discussion led by PhD students from Critical Practices Research Group 

 

4 - 4.55 PM  TEA BREAK 

 

4.55 - 10 pm EVENING LIVE SCREENING hosted by PGR students LTA, West Side Building 

Topics covered: 

On Boundaries and Borderless Future 

Facing Climate Realities, Reimagining a Green Future 

Towards an Intersectional Justice 

Resisting Displacement and Violence 

 

* There will be time for refreshment and discussion amongst us * 

* Please feel welcome to bring some treats to share at the collective table *

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