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  • Open lecture. Will Holder "Our Values Make Us Different"

    Theoretical Seminars & Creative Discussions

    23-24th April 2018

    For Visual Art and Design MA and DA students. Students who want to present their artworks during Creative Discussions, please fill in a registration form.

    Students who want to participate in lecture only do not need a registration.


    Will Holder 

    Typographer Will Holder produces oral and printed publications with artists and musicians. He is preoccupied with conversation as dissonant model and tool for a shared set of publishing conditions—whereby the roles of commissioner, author, subject, editor, printer, reader and typographer are improvised and shared, as opposed to assigned and predetermined.

    In 2015, aided by a Paul Hamlyn Award, Holder founded uh books, whose programme lies somewhere between the phonetic “uh”, and the graphic a, highlighting the role of the printed page in the oral, the conversational, the moving and the sonic; recording and scoring a shared value and meaning where no single author-genius might take charge of a conversation/production. uh books publishes F.R.DAVID – a typographic journal addressing the position of reading and writing in relation to artistic practise – through which they divert funds from publisher-distributors’ pockets back to supporting others’ work through forthcoming books (with Emmie McLuskey, Lucy Skaer, Cara Tolmie, Chris Evans). Please support them by buying online, www.uhbooks.directory


    Robert Ashley, from Yes, But Is It Edible?


    “Our Values Make Us Different”

    2018 04 23, 1:00 pm, auditorium 102 , Malūnų st. 3 

    Turning a deaf ear to the Cartesian mind/body split at the root of patriarchy - through Spinoza, Genevieve Lloyd, Marlow Moss, Lygia Clark, Susan Howe, Cara Tolmie, Steven Willats, Robert Ashley, H.D. and J. Jasmine – on the organisation of bodies, their words; and publishing in the art world.

    Moderator prof. Henrik B. Andersen. Open lectures and discussions in English.


    Creative Discussions

    23rd April 2018, 3:00 pm., VDA C1 building, 102 room, Malunu st. 3
     

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