Presenting at: InDialogue2014, 2-5 October 2014, Nottingham

At the beginning of next month (how is it nearly October?!), I’ll be presenting at InDialogue2014, an International Symposium that interrogates how artists and researchers use dialogue in practice. I was invited by academic Dr. Heather Connelly who is currently interested in issues of translation. Seeing my research interests in the translation of other cultures, specifically Chinese contemporary cultures, she thought I would bring in an ulterior, transcultural and internationalised perspective for the event. I’ll be speaking on Friday 3 October at Nottingham Contemporary as part of Panel 1’s discussion into ‘Linguistic Hospitality – intercultural dialogue’ with Fucking Good Art and Dr. Heather Connelly, examining the exchange between China and the UK, the ways in which we can culturally learn from each other, the problematics and successes, then citing ‘The Temporary’, my new transcultural exchange platform examining “temporary” experience in art, architecture, design, sound, performance and culture between the UK and China. If you can join us for a session, a day or for the duration, it would be great to see you. Tickets for the event can be purchased here.

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Guest speakers include Grant H. Kester, Gary Anderson (The Institute for the Art & Practice of Dissent at Home), Fucking Good Art, Janna Graham (The Centre for Possible Studies), Rachel Marsden, John Newling, and Lorena Rivero de Beer. Artists presenting talks, discussions, performances, workshops and installations selected from UK, Italy, Peru, USA, German, Prague, Columbia, Brazil, Portugal and Finland: Frank Abbott, amaCollective (UK, Italy and Peru/USA), Gabriella Aragoni, BartramO’Neill, Isabel Becker (Germany), Sophie Bush, Ken Byers, Tom Estes (UK and USA), Figure Ground, Rachel Gomme, (h)edge kelectiv, Dan Hunt & Selina Mosinski, Monika Jaeckel (Germany), Howard Lotker (Prague), Mary Loveday-Edwards, Safeground, Suvi Nurmi and Saara Honkanen (Finland), Emma O’Connor, Hester Reeve & Helen Blejerman, Bruno Santos (Brazil/Portugal), Rajni Shah and Karen Christopher (in collaboration with Dance 4), Fern Smith, Jane Trowell & Phillip Ralph, Dr Bambo Soyinka, Kate Stobbart, Cally Trench, Arlene Tucker (Finland) & Alejandra Pineda Silva (Columbia), Karen Wood & Sally Morfill. The event will be chaired by Dr Gillian Whiteley, and Michael Pinchbeck will collate observations made over the 4 days and facilitate a discussion on Sunday morning. InDialogue2014 takes place across the city of Nottingham,UK. InDialogue2014 is curated by guest curator Rebecca Beinart and founders Heather Connelly and Rhiannon Jones. Full details of the programme can be found here.

Thursday 2nd October
18.00 – 21.00
Nottingham Contemporary: Cafe & The Space
Welcome to InDialogue2014 by Curators
18.30 -19.00
Grant H. Kester in conversation with Rhiannon Jones live broadcast from The Space

Friday 3rd October
9.30am – 18.00 pm
Nottingham Contemporary
18.30 – 22.00pm
Evening of live works and performance at Backlit
Bar and Buffet supper

Saturday 4th October
10.00am – 21.00pm
Primary
InDialogue communal evening meal

Sunday 5th October
10.00am – 12.00pm
InDialogue Brunch

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