Wednesday 27th February
DR ROSS WHYTE, ‘Perpetual Erosion: Impermanence in Audio-Visual Intermedia’; 3.30-5 Taylor A36
Wednesday 13th March
FIONA NOBLE (WITH MLRF ) ‘ “Loving Strangers”: The Lesbian (Im)Migrant and National Identity in Contemporary Spanish Cinema’; Taylor A15 3-5
Tuesday 19th March
PROF. HILDE VAN GELDER (University of Leuven), ‘On the Current State of Photography as Art’; 4pm, Seminar Room, Special Collections, Sir Duncan Rice Library
Wednesday 17th April
DR PAULA BLAIR; ‘Panopticonicity: Sites of Social Control in Willie Doherty’s Video Installations’, 12-1.30, Seminar Room, Special Collections, Sir Duncan Rice Library
Wednesday 24th April
DR PAUL FLAIG, ‘Weimar Slapstick: American Eccentrics, German Grotesques’, 12-1.30, Seminar Room, Special Collections, Sir Duncan Rice Library
Wednesday 1st May
MR CALUM WADDELL, ‘The Verisimilitude of Vulgarity: The Distinct Style of the American Exploitation Film’, 12-1.30, Seminar Room, Special Collections, Sir Duncan Rice Library
Wednesday 8th May
MR CHRIS HEPPELL, ‘Spectres of Barthes’ (WITH MLRF), 12.30-2, Seminar Room, Special Collections, Sir Duncan Rice Library
OilScapes: Exhibition / Screenings / Workshop
Collaborative Project between Peacock Visual Arts and Film & Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen
Exhibition ran 22 September – 27 October
Curated by Dr Janet Stewart (Film and Visual Culture, University of Aberdeen) and Zeigam Azizov (Royal College of Art).
Zeigam Azizov, Peter Fend, Melik Ohanian, Aga Ousseinov and Owen Logan explore connections between oil, geopolitics and visual culture with particular emphasis on connections between the environment and mobility. Featuring an audio collage with voices from the University of Aberdeen's Lives in the Oil Industry oral history archive.
OilScapes also features a number of events including Meet The Artists, Artist's Talk, a Workshop and OilScapes/Film screenings.
For the full programme click here
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