The Producers Part II

8-May-18
The Producers Part II

Achim Borchardt-Hume & Paul Goodwin

Chaired by Laura Sillars




Achim Borchardt-Hume (director of exhibitions at Tate Modern) and Paul Goodwin (independent curator and urban theorist, UAL chair of contemporary art & urbanism and director of the Transnational Art, Identity and Nation Research Centre) discuss themes of conflict, recalcitrance and the ‘undercommons’. Chaired by Laura Sillars, director of MIMA.

Part of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

18-Apr-18
The Producers Part II

Chrissie Iles & Polly Staple

Chaired by Alistair Robinson




Chrissie Iles (Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz curator at Whitney Museum of America Art) and Polly Staple (director of Chisenhale Gallery) discuss the place of the institution as a site of change and practice. Chaired by Alistair Robinson, director of NGCA.

Part of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

30-Jan-18
The Producers Part II

Erika Balsom & Steven Bode

Chaired by Chris McCormack




Writer Erika Balsom discusses her book After Uniqueness: A History of Film and Video Art in Circulation and director of Film and Video Umbrella Steven Bode reflects on the changing landscape of moving-image production in the UK. Introduced by Uta Kögelsberger, senior lecturer at Newcastle University, and chaired by Chris McCormack, associate editor of Art Monthly.

Part of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

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