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The Challenge of the Screen

Wednesday 30 June 10:00 (GMT +0)

School of Arts & HumanitiesPhotography (MA)
Estimated Duration: 1 hour 30 min

Curators Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot will join Charlotte Yao, Panagiotis Chrysovergis and Jinhui Wang to discuss the implications of making photographic and moving images for online exhibition. These artists discuss their experiences and experimentations over the last year, as they negotiate making and sharing their work on screens from within an educational context that encourages an expanded and expanding understanding of what the photographic material is.

Hana Noorali & Lynton Talbot work collaboratively with artists to produce text, exhibitions and live events. Together they have started non-profit galleries in both London and Berlin and have curated exhibitions in public institutions, project spaces and galleries across London and internationally. In 2019 they were selected to realise an exhibition, The Season of Cartesian Weeping, at the Roberts Institute of Art as part of their annual curator’s series. In 2020 Hana Noorali, along with Tai Shani and curator Anne Duffau, started TRANSMISSIONS, an online platform that shares artists’ work in a classic DIY tv format. TRANSMISSIONS has worked with Legacy Russell, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, CAConrad and others. In 2019 Lynton Talbot started parrhesiades, a multi-platform project working with artists for whom language is an essential part of their work. parrhesiades has worked with Sung Tieu, Johanna Hedva, Cally Spooner, Anaïs Duplan and others. In 2021 they co-edited Intertitles: an anthology at the intersection of art writing which was published by prototype press. In 2022 they will realise projects at Amant Foundation, New York as part of Quinn Latimer’s exhibition as well as an exhibition at Galerija Prozori, Zagreb.

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