exhibition archive

#80
OBSERVER: John Latham and the Distant Perspective

06 - 26 July 2019

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Public Programme


Curated by MA Curating and Collections, Chelsea College of Arts

BOOKING ESSENTIAL: Due to limited capacity, please ensure to book your place for these events through the relevant links.

 

Curators Talks

Curators talks at Chelsea Space

Curators talks at Chelsea Space led by students of MA Curating and Collections, Chelsea College of Arts, introducing the curatorial method of the exhibition OBSERVER: John Latham and The Distant Perspective. Full details available through the booking links below and the PDF attachment.

July 10th - 3-3.45pm (Chelsea Space) with Shalini Rajasegaran and Ying Ying Lin
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July 17th – 3-4pm (Lecture Theatre) Talk + Screening of John Latham's Erth
with Brandon Rickett and Ines Basille
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July 24th – 3-3.45pm (Chelsea Space) with Santiago Simoes and Lourdes Mendez
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July 26th – 3-3.45pm (Chelsea Space) with Hingis Szewah Ng and Beining Liang
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Telescope Observation Workshop with Melanie King

Wednesday 10 July, 8:30-9:30pm
Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground

Telescope Observation Workshop with Melanie King

We are excited to have artist and curator Melanie King hosting a telescope lunar observation workshop.

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Creative Archival Methods
Adrian Glew, Athanasios Velios and Jo Melvin in Conversation

Thursday 11th July, 6-7:30pm
Lecture Theatre, Chelsea College of Arts

Creative Archival Methods

We would like to invite you to join us for a conversation between Adrian Glew, Tate Archivist, Dr. Jo Melvin, curator and researcher in artists’ and institutional archives, and Dr. Athanasios Velios, researcher in Computer Applications to Conservation.

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CIVIC AERIAL VISION
A talk by Ariel Caine of Forensic Architecture

Saturday 13 July, 2-3pm
Lecture Theatre, Chelsea College of Arts

CIVIC AERIAL VISION, A talk by Ariel Caine of Forensic Architecture
Image: Ground Truth: A composite of Royal Air Force aerial photography from 1945 and ‘community satellite’ point clouds taken in 2017. Image: Ariel Caine / Forensic Architecture / Aziz al-Turi / Nuri al-Uqbi / Debby Ferber (Zochrot) / Hagit Keysar (PublicLab), 2017


Ariel Caine, a researcher and project coordinator at Forensic Architecture, will be giving a talk introducing the various ways in which the aerial view is operative in their investigations.

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