Ruskin School of Art University of Oxford

16-05-2016 09:17



Border Control - Artists’ responses to incarceration
Conference and Screening at the Ruskin School of Art Project Space Oxford University

Monday, May 23 2016

This program brings together artists who work inside spaces of incarceration and immigration detention. Hosted by the Border Criminologies’ Subjectivities and Penal Power project this series of artists’ talks address the aesthetics of border control. Defined by activist methods of social practice within institutions of incarceration and deportation, these are bordered aesthetics. Documenting the state systems that put border control in place they explore confinement, censorship, and the power of archival and photographic evidence.
Program:
12-12:30 Mary Bosworth 12:30-1pm Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll 1:00-2:00 Lunchbreak. Screening: Laura Poitras and James Bridle
2:00-2:45 David Rych 3:00-3:45pm Edmund Clark Coffee break. 4:15-5:00 Nana Varveropoulou 5:00-5:45 Mario Badagliacca 5:45-6:30: Laura Saunders.
Respondents include: Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung (curator, dOCUMENTA 14), Jessyca Hutchens (Ruskin School of Art), Oraib Toukan (Ruskin School of Art), Michal Murawski (University College London), and Jonathan Watkins (Director, IKON Gallery).


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