Saturday, March 11, 2017 @ 1:00pm, Orange AB
Liam Devlin is a writer and lecturer at the University of Huddersfield. His research explores the use of documentary imagery in relation to art practices that explicitly operate in social and political realms and is interested in how antagonistic socially engaged art practices are a vital force in democratic society. Liam Devlin has published essays in a range of artist's books and academic journals including: The Song Archive Project, (2011); Imaginaires du présent. Photographie, politique et poétique de l'actualité, UQAM (2011); The Journal Of Postcolonial Writing, (2012); On Perfection, Whitechapel Gallery, (2013); The Photoworks Annual, (2014); Highrise (2015); and National Museum of Media, (2016).
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