Organised by ARLIS\UK & Ireland Art Archives Committee in partnership with Tate.
At a time when artists' archives are being increasingly valued, this study day brings together leading artists, archivists and art historians to explore some key issues. How should artists and archivists deal with 'all this stuff'? How may we interpret the sketchbooks, ephemera, recordings and other materials that artists leave behind? When may the artist's archive become an art work itself? Speakers include: Artists Jane & Louise Wilson and David Batchelor; Anna McNally (former Tate Archivist and Naum Gabo cataloger); biographer Jane Stevenson; Thanasis Velios and Antony Hudek from the John Latham Archive (Flat Time House) and Matthew Hearn from Locus+.
Dr Catherine Moriarty, Curator of the Design Archives, will be chairing the morning session. This event is the follow up to a conference held at the end of 2007, the papers for which are published on Tate Papers and include Moriarty's conversation 'The Legacy of Interaction: Artists at the Imperial War Museum 1981-2007' with Angela Weight.
Venue: Tate Britain Auditorium, London, SW1P 4RG.
Date and time: Friday 12th June, 10:00am 5.30pm
Cost: 25.00 (15.00 concessions)
[Please note that lunch is not included in this price. However, refreshments will be available during the day and the event will be followed by a drinks reception to which delegates are invited]
How to Book:
You can book online via the Tate website or by phoning the Tate Booking Line: 020 7887 8888
For further information about the study day please contact:
ARLIS Art Archives Committee
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