Thursday 12th April 1pm.
Conor Lecture Theatre.
Belfast School of Art.
Alan Currall is an artist and lecturer living in Scotland. His practice deals with knowing, believing and representation. He is interested in the limits of our ability to process and communicate knowledge. His work often takes the form of performances to video camera. Simple actions and monologues create situations of dubious origin that challenge the reliability of the author and question the wisdom of our desire to place faith in technological and emotional communication.
His work has been shown widely internationally including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, Tramway and GoMA, Glasgow, Kiasma, Helsinki, Stavanger Kulturhus, Norway, and Secession, Vienna. He currently teaches at Glasgow School of Art. Hee co-edited the online journal www.artandresearch.org.uk with Prof Ross Birrell of GSA’s Forum for Critical Inquiry.
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This Lecture Programme is supported by the Development & Alumni Relations Office (Arts & Culture) Ulster University