Student Showcase: Arts and Place
Our new Master’s programme in Arts and Place is coming to the end of its inaugural year, with students completing residencies across the country and now working on their final major projects. We’re pleased to present three public events put on by some of our students in the first cohort of this innovative, peripatetic degree.
ANNE-MARTE EIDSETH RYGH – Boulder Sympoiesis – Geology as Kin
The presentation is motivated by the possibility of planetary kinship with geology –
A posthuman ethic, considering the wider context of desired paradigm shift from
Anthropocene to Ecocene.
Performance lecture with philosopher Ingunaya Myhre Larsen
Rogaland Contemporary Art Centre, Norway
Thursday 9th December 2021
The lecture will be available online at the YouTube Channel
of Rogaland Contemporary Art Centre:
Also screened at Barn Cinema, Dartington
1.30pm on Thursday 9th December 2021
CHRISTOPHER BOOTH – TST BD: An Experimental Radio Ritual
Performance and Film Screening
Studio 1, Space Studios, Dartington
6pm on Thursday 9th December 2021
Drinks / Social after @SoundartRadio (upstairs in Space Studios)
KADIR KARABABA – We Reach For Peaks of Impossible Light
Exhibition of works
The Fixagon, Penn Street, Hoxton, London, N1 5FD.
7-11th December 8am-8pm
Private View: Monday 6th December 7-9pm.
MA Arts and Place is a one year Master’s degree offering students a peripatetic, location-specific exploration of collaborative practice through residencies and place-based art making. Applications are invited for students wishing to start in April 2021. Please apply by 17 January to ensure your best chance of getting accepted onto the programme.