Registration will take place at John Hansard Gallery, 142-144 Above Bar Street, Southampton SO14 7DU (map). The exhibition ‘Space, Light and Time: Edward Woodman, A Retrospective’ will be open from 9.30am.
Following registration, the symposium will take place across the plaza at Southampton City Art Gallery, Art Gallery Lecture Theatre, Civic Centre, Commercial Road, Southampton SO14 7LY (map).
Opening Keynote: Why do curators need documentation?
Dr. Jo Melvin, Director of the Estate of Barry Flanagan, and Reader in Fine Art & Archives, Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London
Panel discussion: The image and the artwork
Chair: Gilane Tawadros, Chief Executive, DACS
Respondents: Imogen Stidworthy, Artist and David Ward, Artist
Artist’s talk: Why artists need documentation
Hugo Glendinning, Photographer and Filmmaker
Lunch - included in your event ticket
Screening of the film ‘Edward Woodman’ by David Bickerstaff
Keynote: The Image, The Gallery, Artists’ Books
Samantha Ismail-Epps, Researcher, Norwich University of the Arts and Lecturer in Art History, University of Suffolk
Panel discussion: The value of the archive and the organisation of visibility
Chair: Mark Waugh, Art360 Foundation
Respondents: Lois Keidan, Director, Live Art Development Agency, Keith Piper, Artist, Erika Tan, Lecturer, Fine Art, Central Saint Martins and Founding Member of the Asia-Art-Activism Research Network
In-conversation: Documentation, archives and institutional memory
Jo Bushnell, Director, Aspex Gallery
Woodrow Kernohan, Director, John Hansard Gallery
Guy Moreton, Artist and Associate Professor, School of Art, Design and Fashion, Solent University
Woodrow Kernohan, Director, John Hansard Gallery, Gilane Tawadros, DACS and Mark Waugh, Art360 Foundation
4.30pm - 6.30pm
Please join us for an informal drinks reception at John Hansard Gallery, 142-144 Above Bar Street, Southampton SO14 7DU (map). The exhibition ‘Space, Light and Time: Edward Woodman, A Retrospective’ will be open until 6.30pm.