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Tate Events



This podcast presents highlights from Tate's wide-ranging programme of talks, symposiums and live events at all four Tate galleries.



 



The Black Subject: Modernism

Fri, 17 Apr 2015 17:34:26 +0000

This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2015_02_21_The_Black_Subject_day2_4.mp3




The Black Subject: Model citizens - a panel

Fri, 17 Apr 2015 17:32:04 +0000

This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2015_02_21_The_Black_Subject_day2_3.mp3




The Black Subject: Victorians - a conversation

Fri, 17 Apr 2015 17:29:37 +0000

This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2015_02_21_The_Black_Subject_day2_2.mp3




The Black Subject: On presence and absence

Fri, 17 Apr 2015 17:26:44 +0000

This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2015_02_21_The_Black_Subject_day2_1.mp3




The Black Subject: Film screening of Borderline - Q&A

Fri, 17 Apr 2015 17:22:26 +0000

A discussion with Prof. Laura Marcus (Oxford University) and writer and critic Prof. Sukhdev Sandhu (NYU), chaired by Tate Curator Sonya Dyer


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2015_02_20_The_Black_Subject_day1.mp3




BMW Tate Live: The Future of Live

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 19:14:34 +0000

The talk addresses some of the thoughts and observations emerging from the inter-disciplinary debates around the nature of the performative and live art in order to identify future trajectories for performance in this highly mediated digital age


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_12_01_The_Future_of_Live.mp3




Susan Meiselas in conversation with Simon Baker

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 19:03:52 +0000

Documentary photographer Susan Meiselas, whose work features in Conflict, Time, Photography discusses her illustrious career in photojournalism with curator Simon Baker.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_11_27_Susan_Meiselas.mp3




Future Citizen Forum: Values

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 17:18:47 +0000

What is the value of being a citizen? What are the values that will or should guide the future citizen? How can we rethink the idea of value away from a purely economic model of worth?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_11_22_Future_Citizen_Forum.mp3




The landscape in contemporary photography: From the sublime to the ridiculous

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 17:11:07 +0000

Speakers are Thomas Struth, Penelope Umbrico, Massimo Vitali and Lauren Marsolier and Mishka Henner. The panel is chaired by William Ewing, Director of Curatorial Projects at Thames & Hudson.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_11_19_Landscape_In_Contemporary_Photography.mp3




Purple and Snails: Polke's Experiments with Colour

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 17:05:13 +0000

In the early 1980s the German artist Sigmar Polke became a dedicated scholar of pigment manufacture. He favoured highly toxic, banned or otherwise exotic substances, but as a modern day alchemist he shrouded his knowledge in mystery.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_11_17_Purple_And_Snails.mp3




Artist's Talk: Ciara Phillips in conversation with Emily Pethick

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:49:47 +0000

Join Ciara Phillips as she discusses her collaborative projects, her Turner Prize nomination and other work with Emily Pethick, Director of The Showroom.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_11_15_Ciara_Phillips.mp3




Radio Benjamin: Live Now

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:44:56 +0000

Walter Benjamin (1892–1940) is best known for his pioneering work on technology, culture and art, making enduring contributions to aesthetic theory and Western Marxism.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_11_05_Radio_Benjamin_Live_Now.mp3




Gregory J. Markopoulos: Film as Film

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:39:50 +0000

Gregory J. Markopoulos is a key figure in the history of independent film and was, alongside Kenneth Anger, Stan Brakhage, Maya Deren and Andy Warhol, a pioneer of the New American Cinema of the 1960s.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_31_Gregory_Markopoulos.mp3




Future of the City: Grassroots Perspectives

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:31:58 +0000

The discussion includes case studies from Latin America amongst other examples. Speakers include Justin McGuirk author of Radical Cities alongside Andreas Lang from public works, a London-based non-for-profit art and architecture practice.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_29_Future_City.mp3




BMW Tate Live: On Mediated Experience: Transforming Performance

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:27:58 +0000

This event takes the BMW Tate Live Performance Room as illustrative of the ways in which performance is responding to a highly mediated world, where performance often comes into being simultaneously live and online.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_27_On_Mediated_Experience.mp3




Show Time: Curating contemporary art

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:23:08 +0000

What are the exhibitions that truly changed the course of the discipline, provoked public reactions and contributed to a more complex understanding of what exhibition-making means today?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_15_Showtime_Curating_Contemporary_Art.mp3




Sigmar Polke: Films

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:17:03 +0000

Introduction to the film screening by special guests from Polke’s family who will discuss his relationship to film and Christof Kohlhöfer will also discuss his collaboration with Polke.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_10_Sigmar_Polke.mp3




Sound, music, visual: producing the interdisciplinary

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 16:08:55 +0000

This half-day conference examines the motivations of artists, producers and institutions to work in the context of interdisciplinary events, and asks where is this interdisciplinary practice headed?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_03_sound_music_visual.mp3




Painting, Politics, Persona: What Polke Means Today?

Thu, 11 Dec 2014 12:18:51 +0000

This audio recording aims to situate Sigmar Polke's significance within a wider art historical context before unpicking the complex layers of his diverse practice, raising questions around what makes his art of such contemporary relevance today.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_11_03_What_Polke_Means_Today.mp3




In Conversation: Wangechi Mutu

Tue, 09 Dec 2014 14:33:45 +0000

A riveting and candid conversation charting Wangechi Mutu’s career to date via her varied sources of inspiration, including her current exploration of the possibilities of printmaking, mythology and more. Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_09_Wanchegi_Mutu.mp3




Emigré Artists and their Archives: Naum Gabo and his Contemporaries - part 3

Fri, 31 Oct 2014 13:12:19 +0000

When Naum Gabo left Russia in 1922, he did not know that he would never return. Like many of his contemporaries, circumstances forced him to move from his new home in Berlin to Paris, London and Cornwall, before finally settling in the United States.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2009_11_30_Exiled_Artists_03.mp3




Emigré Artists and their Archives: Naum Gabo and his Contemporaries - part 2

Fri, 31 Oct 2014 13:01:12 +0000

When Naum Gabo left Russia in 1922, he did not know that he would never return. Like many of his contemporaries, circumstances forced him to move from his new home in Berlin to Paris, London and Cornwall, before finally settling in the United States.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2009_11_30_Exiled_Artists_02.mp3




Emigré Artists and their Archives: Naum Gabo and his Contemporaries - part 1

Fri, 31 Oct 2014 12:56:03 +0000

When Naum Gabo left Russia in 1922, he did not know that he would never return. Like many of his contemporaries, circumstances forced him to move from his new home in Berlin to Paris, London and Cornwall, before finally settling in the United States.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2009_11_30_Exiled_Artists_01.mp3




Angela De La Cruise: Artist Talk

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 18:01:46 +0000

In this audio recording Angela de la Cruz discusses her work with curator, Carolina Grau.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_12_AngelaDeLaCruise.mp3




The Endless City

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 17:56:12 +0000

Ricky Burdett, Enrique Peñalosa, Sir Richard Rogers and Deyan Sudjic discuss the book 'The Endless City', which takes six major cities as its focal point and examines the key social, structural and economic factors critical to creating a thriving city


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2008_03_12-THE_ENDLESS_CITY.mp3




Exploring Turner and the Masters - Part 5

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 17:49:39 +0000

Turner’s powerful evocation of the landscape and revolutionary use of paint has been an inspiration to subsequent generations of artists. Audio recording of a workshop at Tate Britain.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/learning/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_01_11_TurnerandtheMastersResearchWorkshop_05.MP3




Exploring Turner and the Masters - Part 4

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 16:57:32 +0000

Turner’s powerful evocation of the landscape and revolutionary use of paint has been an inspiration to subsequent generations of artists. Audio recording of a workshop at Tate Britain.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_01_11_TurnerandtheMastersResearchWorkshop_04.MP3




Exploring Turner and the Masters - Part 3

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 16:49:13 +0000

Turner’s powerful evocation of the landscape and revolutionary use of paint has been an inspiration to subsequent generations of artists. Audio recording of a workshop at Tate Britain.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_01_11_TurnerandtheMastersResearchWorkshop_03.MP3




Exploring Turner and the Masters - Part 2

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 16:44:27 +0000

Turner’s powerful evocation of the landscape and revolutionary use of paint has been an inspiration to subsequent generations of artists. Audio recording of a workshop at Tate Britain.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_01_11_TurnerandtheMastersResearchWorkshop_02.MP3




Exploring Turner and the Masters - Part 1

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 16:38:31 +0000

Turner’s powerful evocation of the landscape and revolutionary use of paint has been an inspiration to subsequent generations of artists. Audio recording of a workshop at Tate Britain.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_01_11_TurnerandtheMastersResearchWorkshop_01.MP3




Susan Hiller: Defining a Practice - Part 3

Wed, 29 Oct 2014 17:36:01 +0000

Drawing on the many interrelated and overlapping themes in Susan Hiller's work, this symposium asks how visual imagery can inform the understanding of intellectual ideas.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2011_05_07_Susan_Hiller_Defining_a_Practice_pt3.mp3




Susan Hiller: Defining a Practice - Part 2

Wed, 29 Oct 2014 17:26:55 +0000

Drawing on the many interrelated and overlapping themes in Susan Hiller's work, this symposium asks how visual imagery can inform the understanding of intellectual ideas.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2011_05_07_Susan_Hiller_Defining_a_Practice_pt2.mp3




Susan Hiller: Defining a Practice - Part 1

Wed, 29 Oct 2014 17:21:34 +0000

Drawing on the many interrelated and overlapping themes in Susan Hiller's work, this symposium asks how visual imagery can inform the understanding of intellectual ideas.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2011_05_07_Susan_Hiller_Defining_a_Practice_pt1.mp3




Julião Sarmento In Conversation

Thu, 23 Oct 2014 16:28:14 +0000

In this audio recording Portuguese artist Julião Sarmento draws upon themes of memory, sexuality, transgression, morality and duality. He is in conversation with critic and writer Adrian Searle.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2011_02_12_Juliao_Sarmento.mp3




Gabriel Orozco: In Conversation

Thu, 23 Oct 2014 15:20:06 +0000

Gabriel Orozco is in conversation with Jessica Morgan, curator of the exhibition at Tate Modern.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2011_01_19_Gabriel_Orozco.mp3




Gauguin: Curator’s Talk

Thu, 23 Oct 2014 15:09:08 +0000

Assistant curator Amy Dickson discusses how the Gauguin exhibition aspires to challenge commonly held assumptions about the artist and his practice by revealing the complexity of his narrative strategies and explore the myths central to his creativity.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2011_01_12_Gauguin_Curators_Tallk.mp3




Zaha Hadid and Suprematism

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 15:09:10 +0000

Considering Hadid’s concept of architecture and its relationship to space and the city, this audio recording reflects on Malevich’s Architektons, as well as other works of Suprematism, as formative inspiration for her own practice.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_08_Zaha_Hadid.mp3




TV as Material 3: The Television Studio

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 14:42:52 +0000

The material structures of the TV studio, including sets, production apparatus and control rooms, provide a starting point and a setting for many contemporary artists seeking to explore television’s changing institutional architecture and culture.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_09_27_TV_As_Material_3.mp3




TV as Material 2: Broadcast Collaborations

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 14:13:05 +0000

This screening and discussion will explore how artists have collaborated with broadcasters in both the public and commercial sectors, ranging from pioneers to contemporary practitioners.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_09_27_TV_As_Material_2.mp3




TV as Material 1: Artists and Archive at the BBC

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 14:05:42 +0000

This event showcases a diverse range of artists’ approaches both to television and the archive, including new works by Kate Davis, Kathryn Elkin, Luke Fowler, Torsten Lauschmann, Stephen Sutcliffe and Alia Syed, followed by a discussion.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_09_27_TV_As_Material_1.mp3




Artist's talk: David Batchelor

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 11:37:31 +0000

David Batchelor’s work comprises three-dimensional structures, photographs and drawings, mostly related to a long term interest in colour and urbanism. To coincide with the Malevich exhibition, Batchelor hosts his talk The Story of the Un-Squared Square


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_01_David_Batchelor.mp3




BMW Tate Live: On Publicness

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 11:02:34 +0000

How can performance shape our use and understanding of public space? Who is represented through public performative events? What does publicness mean in a global community?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_02_Grayson_Perry.mp3




What makes an artist? Grayson Perry in conversation with Sarah Thornton

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 10:57:24 +0000

Who do artists think they are? What myths are they rejecting and propagating? What is the social role of artists in different countries around the world today? How do artists negotiate power? Self-belief? Recognition?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_10_02_Grayson_Perry.mp3




American Artist Lecture Series: Julie Mehretu

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 10:02:06 +0000

Julie Mehretu is an artist whose paintings have been described by curator Douglas Fogle as ‘perfect metaphors for the increasingly interconnected and complex character of the 21st century’. Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_09_22_Julie_Mehretu.mp3




Anthony McCall: Artist's Talk

Thu, 21 Aug 2014 10:27:27 +0000

British-born, US-based artist Anthony McCall talks about new projects, including the recent vertical works, as well as public commissions.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2011_03_01_Anthony_McCall.mp3




Rachel Whiteread Drawings: Curator’s Talk

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 12:22:36 +0000

In this audio recording Lizzie Carey-Thomas, curator at Tate Britain, explores the drawings that provide a rare insight into the creative process of the artist.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_10_13_LizzieCareyThomasOnWhiteread.mp3




Ai Weiwei in Conversation

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 12:08:04 +0000

In this audio recording Ai Weiwei is in conversation with Katie Hill, curator and Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Chinese Art.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_10_12_Ai_Weiwei.mp3




Rosa Barba: In Conversation

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 11:39:14 +0000

On the occasion of her exhibition in 2010 in the Level 2 Gallery, Rosa Barba has put together a screening programme of her single-channel film works followed by a conversation with curator Ben Borthwick.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_12_07_Rosa_Barba.mp3




Who Was Eadweard Muybridge?

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 11:31:50 +0000

Much has been written about Eadweard Muybridge’s work and accomplishments. While we know the bare facts of his life, there is little understanding of Muybridge the person.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_10_28_MichealWilson_Muybridge.mp3




Muybridge’s Models

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 11:18:07 +0000

Eadweard Muybridge is renowned as a pioneer photographer, scientist and inventor of the zoopraxiscope which he used to project his images to create the illusion of movement. Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_10_21_Marta_Braun_Mybridges_Models.mp3




Projecting the Living Image

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 11:05:43 +0000

In this audio recording Leading British Muybridge scholar and specialist in the history of audio-visual media, Stephen Herbert talks about the influential photographer’s experiments with the Zoöpraxiscope, and recent research into Muybridge's 'lost years'


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_10_01_Project_the_Living_Image.mp3




Muybridge in Kingston

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 10:59:56 +0000

In this audio recording Peta Cook, David Falkner and Alexandra Reynolds talk about the personal archive bequeathed by Muybridge to Kingston Museum and recent contemporary commissions responding to his work.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_10_01_Muybridge_in_Kingston.mp3




Launch of a pamphlet anthology: Poetry from Art

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 16:20:06 +0000

Audio recording of Poetry from Art at Tate Modern introduced and edited by Pascale Petit.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_09_25_Poetry_From_Art.mp3




Violence and Representation - Part 3

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 15:15:06 +0000

To coincide with the exhibition Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, this symposium at Tate Modern explored violence as a subject in relation to representations in the broadest range of historical and geographical contexts.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_09_18_Violence_And_Representation_3.mp3




Violence and Representation - Part 2

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 14:59:24 +0000

To coincide with the exhibition Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, this symposium at Tate Modern explored violence as a subject in relation to representations in the broadest range of historical and geographical contexts.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_09_18_Violence_And_Representation_2.mp3




Museums and Mobiles in the Age of Social Media - Part 4

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:59:25 +0000

This symposium at Tate Modern is for museum workers who want to know more about how the new generation of mobile devices can benefit their institutions, and for developers wanting to get up to speed with the latest thinking in this area.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_09_07_Musuems_And_Mobiles_4.mp3




Museums and Mobiles in the Age of Social Media - Part 3

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:51:38 +0000

This symposium at Tate Modern is for museum workers who want to know more about how the new generation of mobile devices can benefit their institutions, and for developers wanting to get up to speed with the latest thinking in this area.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_09_07_Musuems_And_Mobiles_3.mp3




Museums and Mobiles in the Age of Social Media - Part 2

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:48:39 +0000

This symposium at Tate Modern is for museum workers who want to know more about how the new generation of mobile devices can benefit their institutions, and for developers wanting to get up to speed with the latest thinking in this area.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_09_07_Musuems_And_Mobiles_2.mp3




Museums and Mobiles in the Age of Social Media - Part 1

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:43:00 +0000

This symposium at Tate Modern is for museum workers who want to know more about how the new generation of mobile devices can benefit their institutions, and for developers wanting to get up to speed with the latest thinking in this area.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_09_07_Musuems_And_Mobiles_1.mp3




Interpretation, Theory & the Encounter - Part 4

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 11:55:39 +0000

This conference at Tate Britain brings together key international speakers to consider the theoretical and philosophical issues which frame textual interpretation. Speakers include Tony Bennett, Donald Preziosi, Griselda Pollock, and James Elkins.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_07_09_InterpretationTheoryEncounter_session4.mp3




Interpretation, Theory & the Encounter - Part 3

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 11:53:02 +0000

This conference at Tate Britain brings together key international speakers to consider the theoretical and philosophical issues which frame textual interpretation. Speakers include Tony Bennett, Donald Preziosi, Griselda Pollock, and James Elkins.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_07_09_InterpretationTheoryEncounter_session3.mp3




Interpretation, Theory & the Encounter - Part 2

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 11:44:37 +0000

This conference at Tate Britain brings together key international speakers to consider the theoretical and philosophical issues which frame textual interpretation. Speakers include Tony Bennett, Donald Preziosi, Griselda Pollock, and James Elkins.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_07_09_InterpretationTheoryEncounter_session2.mp3




Interpretation, Theory & the Encounter - Part 1

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 11:34:11 +0000

This conference at Tate Britain brings together key international speakers to consider the theoretical and philosophical issues which frame textual interpretation. Speakers include Tony Bennett, Donald Preziosi, Griselda Pollock, and James Elkins.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_07_09_InterpretationTheoryEncounter_session1.mp3




Architecture after Revolution

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 10:46:10 +0000

DAAR (Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, Eyal Weizman) in conversation with Ilan Pappe and Okwui Enwezor. In this event at Tate Modern an international panel of speakers come together to discuss what decolonisation is today.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_28_Architecture_after_Revolution.mp3




Best Laid Plans - Part 3

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:45:44 +0000

The event includes performances by Matei Bejenaru (with Will Dutta) and Marie Lund; conversations between artists Trenton Doyle Hancock, Marie Lund, Marjetica Potrč, Katya Sander and Ultra-red, and Jon Bird, Esther Leslie, Rob Stone and Katharine Stout.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_12_Best_Laid_Plans_03.mp3




Best Laid Plans - Part 2

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:43:15 +0000

The event includes performances by Matei Bejenaru (with Will Dutta) and Marie Lund; conversations between artists Trenton Doyle Hancock, Marie Lund, Marjetica Potrč, Katya Sander and Ultra-red, and Jon Bird, Esther Leslie, Rob Stone and Katharine Stout.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_12_Best_Laid_Plans_02.mp3




Best Laid Plans - Part 1

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:36:52 +0000

The event includes performances by Matei Bejenaru (with Will Dutta) and Marie Lund; conversations between artists Trenton Doyle Hancock, Marie Lund, Marjetica Potrč, Katya Sander and Ultra-red, and Jon Bird, Esther Leslie, Rob Stone and Katharine Stout.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_12_Best_Laid_Plans_01.mp3




Urban Encounters: Routes and Transitions - Part 4

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:07:23 +0000

Part 4 of 4. This third annual conference addresses how photographic practices and archives intersect with an understanding of local and global routes as ‘places’, considering the temporality of place and the cross-cultural juxtaposition of locales


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_05_29_urban_encounters_04.mp3




Urban Encounters: Routes and Transitions - Part 3

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:04:00 +0000

Part 3 of 4. This third annual conference addresses how photographic practices and archives intersect with an understanding of local and global routes as ‘places’, considering the temporality of place and the cross-cultural juxtaposition of locales


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_05_29_urban_encounters_03.mp3




Urban Encounters: Routes and Transitions - Part 2

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 13:58:27 +0000

Part 2 of 4. This third annual conference addresses how photographic practices and archives intersect with an understanding of local and global routes as ‘places’, considering the temporality of place and the cross-cultural juxtaposition of locales


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_05_29_urban_encounters_02.mp3




Urban Encounters: Routes and Transitions - Part 1

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 13:52:47 +0000

This third annual conference addresses how photographic practices and archives intersect with an understanding of local and global routes as ‘places’, considering the temporality of place and the cross-cultural juxtaposition of locales. Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_05_29_urban_encounters_01.mp3




Sexuality and the Surrealist Sensorium - Part 4

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 14:57:57 +0000

This conference looks at surrealist-infused practice in the field of film - examining the way in which the movement's ideas spread globally, as practitioners experimenting in the field of film, media, and performance returned to the surrealist sensorium


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_27_Sexuality_And_The_Surrealist_Sensorium_4.mp3




Sexuality and the Surrealist Sensorium - Part 3

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 14:43:11 +0000

This conference looks at surrealist-infused practice in the field of film - examining the way in which the movement's ideas spread globally, as practitioners experimenting in the field of film, media, and performance returned to the surrealist sensorium


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_27_Sexuality_And_The_Surrealist_Sensorium_3.mp3




Sexuality and the Surrealist Sensorium - Part 2

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 14:39:09 +0000

This conference looks at surrealist-infused practice in the field of film - examining the way in which the movement's ideas spread globally, as practitioners experimenting in the field of film, media, and performance returned to the surrealist sensorium


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_27_Sexuality_And_The_Surrealist_Sensorium_2.mp3




Sexuality and the Surrealist Sensorium - Part 1

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 14:27:26 +0000

This conference looks at surrealist-infused practice in the field of film - examining the way in which the movement's ideas spread globally, as practitioners experimenting in the field of film, media, and performance returned to the surrealist sensorium


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_27_Sexuality_And_The_Surrealist_Sensorium_1.mp3




Revolución: Film screening and Q&A - Part 2

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 12:16:47 +0000

Part 2 of the screening of Revolución, followed by a discussion and Q&A with Patricia Riggen, continuing the examination of Mexican society and its emblematic revolution within the realm of cinema.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_22_DLAFF_Revolucion_2.mp3




Revolución: Film screening and Q&A - Part 1

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 12:11:40 +0000

Part 1 of the screening of Revolución, followed by a discussion and Q&A with Patricia Riggen, continuing the examination of Mexican society and its emblematic revolution within the realm of cinema.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2010_11_22_DLAFF_Revolucion_1.mp3




The Biennial Effect: Hans Haacke, Do Ho Suh, Sheela Gowda, Camille Henrot and Roman Ondák in conversation

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 11:40:44 +0000

A rare opportunity to hear Hans Haacke, Do Ho Suh, Sheela Gowda, Camille Henrot and Roman Ondák talk about the relevance and personal importance of biennials for their work, sharing a connection as past or future participants of the Gwangju Biennale


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_11_The_Biennial_Effect.mp3




American Artist Lecture Series: Spencer Finch

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 11:10:58 +0000

Artist Spencer Finch is in conversation with writer, critic and curator Sacha Craddock. Audio recording


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_29_Spencer_Finch.mp3




The Photobook: A History

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 10:43:16 +0000

Martin Parr, Gerry Badger and Hannah Watson in conversation with Simon Baker


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_09_The_Photobook_A_History.mp3




Beyond the Frame: Photography & Experimentation

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 16:58:00 +0000

Artists and curators explore how photographers have experimented with processes that push our understanding of the photographic form, from the materiality of paper and analogue processes, to the role of light, color, composition and space. Audio recording


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_16_Beyond_The_Frame.mp3




Kenneth Clark: Art, power and influence

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 16:50:22 +0000

How do patrons influence artists and the art market? This panel discussion, using Clark’s legacy as a hugely influential patron, collector and public figure, explores the impact of economics and power on the contemporary art scene.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_13ArtPowerInfluence.mp3




On Matisse: Thomas Demand in conversation with Nicholas Serota

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 16:30:51 +0000

In this audio recording the contemporary artist Thomas Demand talks with Nicholas Serota about how and why Matisse and his studio have been an important inspiration, bringing a different perspective to understanding the artist’s work.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_02_Thomas_Demand.mp3




BMW Tate Live: Spatial Confessions – Speaking Part

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 16:23:44 +0000

What are the terms and positions in which artists, dramaturges, critics, cultural workers and theorists, curators and public officials conceive of the public arising from contemporary art? Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_24_Spatial_Confessions.mp3




Cultural value and the digital: Networks and interfaces

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 15:17:52 +0000

Part 7 of symposia at Tate Modern. What is the current understanding of the operations of data in interface culture?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_03_cultural_value_pm.mp3




Cultural value and the digital: Coding cultures

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 15:11:56 +0000

Part 6 of symposia at Tate Modern. How is cultural value coded in the computational network?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_03_cultural_value_am.mp3




Cultural value and the digital: Online collections

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 15:07:04 +0000

Part 5 of symposia at Tate Modern. What has the museum learnt from the project of digitisation of collections?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_02_cultural_value_pm.mp3




Cultural value and the digital: Online collectivities

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 14:59:58 +0000

Part 4 of symposia at Tate Modern. Do online collectives constitute a new public space for museums?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_06_02_cultural_value_am.mp3




Cultural value and the digital: Digital audiences

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 14:55:19 +0000

Part 3 of symposia at Tate Modern. Does the use of ‘digital tools’ in and across the museum and visual arts practices challenge established practices of cultural value?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_21_Cultural_Value_pm.mp3




Cultural value and the digital: Digital platforms

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 14:44:08 +0000

Part 2 of symposia at Tate Modern. Do digital platforms work for cultural institutions or do cultural institutions work for the platforms?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_21_Cultural_Value_am.mp3




Cultural value and the digital: Digital culture

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 14:31:05 +0000

Part 1 of symposia at Tate Modern. Are the discourses of art, media and technology converging and if so what does it look like?


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_20_Cultural_Value.mp3




Artists' talk: Laura Oldfield-Ford and Jon Savage

Tue, 05 Aug 2014 16:14:50 +0000

This audio recording explores the urban landscape, it’s undercurrents, politics and pop cultural past and considers what the future holds.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_07_Jon_Laura_Mark.mp3




Art and Destruction: Artist panel discussion with Lucy Skaer and Richard Clay

Tue, 05 Aug 2014 15:54:54 +0000

In this audio recording, artist Lucy Skaer, art historian Dr Richard Clay (University of Birmingham), and co-curator of the exhibition Art under Attack Dr Stacy Boldrick examine iconoclasm in contemporary art and its relationship to destruction.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2013_12_04_ArtAndDestruction.mp3




AICA Annual Lecture with Professor Dawn Ades CBE FBA

Tue, 05 Aug 2014 15:47:36 +0000

Professor Ades talks about how contemporary practices engage with the History of Art. Audio recording of an event at Tate Britain.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2013_12_05_Dawn_Ades.mp3




Late at Tate Britain: December 2013 - Jeremy Deller

Tue, 05 Aug 2014 15:34:32 +0000

Part of Late at Tate Britain. Jeremy Deller presents Acid Brass (live) featuring Fairey Brass Band. Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2013_12_06_LateTate_Deller.mp3




Open Form: Oskar Hansen, Art, Architecture and Film

Tue, 22 Jul 2014 11:27:50 +0000

Open Form is a concept formulated by Oskar Hansen (1922–2005), architect, artist and lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw affiliated with the Team 10. Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/05_25_2014_Oskar_Hansen.mp3




Art criticism in the post-medium age

Mon, 02 Jun 2014 17:04:20 +0000

How has formalist and poststucturalist thinking shaped our understanding of art and art history in the 20th century? What relevance do such ideas have today, in an age where anything goes and artists work in a ‘post-medium’ world? Audio recording.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_19_Art_Criticism_in_the_Post-Medium_Age.mp3




The Art of Walking and Slowing Down

Mon, 02 Jun 2014 16:58:31 +0000

This event at Tate Modern invites us to reconsider the everyday activity of walking as a philosophical, spiritual and creative activity, which has played a central role in the work of thinkers, artists and writers alike.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_15_The_Art_of_Walking_and_Slowing_Down.mp3




Urbane Images: Mark Leckey, Helen Marten and Stuart Bailey on Richard Hamilton

Mon, 02 Jun 2014 11:44:33 +0000

This event at Tate Modern sees emerging British artist Helen Marten, graphic designer Stuart Bailey and Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey discuss Richard Hamilton's interests in design, typography, fashion, popular culture and display.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_12_Urbane_Images.mp3




Moumen Smihi: The Sorrows of a Young Tangerian

Fri, 30 May 2014 14:18:42 +0000

One of the most important Arab filmmakers working today, Moumen Smihi is founding figure of the New Arab Cinema of the Maghreb (Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia). Introduction and Q&A for the film screening event at Tate Modern.


Media Files:
http://static.tate.org.uk/1/onlineevents/podcast/mp3/2014_05_18_Moumen_Smihi_7.mp3