Writing about contemporary art
- October 7 @ 4:00 pm - October 7 @ 6:00 pm
In this session writer & curator Tamar Clarke-Brown shares her experience and advice on writing about contemporary art for a range of platforms (digital / print), independent publications and exhibitions.
Participants are asked to bring texts of 500 words max (can be part of a longer text) to work through together in the Zoom session (either their own writing or a favourite piece), along with any questions, concerns or relevant experiences they wish to share with the group.
This session can be adapted to meet your access needs – audio texts are welcome and BSL interpretation is available. Please let us know when you apply what you need and we will follow up with you to accommodate.
Situating her practice within affective ecosystems and sites of hope, Tamar Clarke-Brown is a London based artist, curator and writer Her interdisciplinary work is focused on experimental futurisms, intimate choreographies and diasporic practices. Tamar has worked with institutions including Serpentine Galleries, Autograph ABP and NTS Radio and presented at the ICA, South London Gallery, Tate Galleries, Somerset House, Kadist (Paris), Bard Berlin and more. Tamar contributes her writing to platforms including i-D, AQNB, gal-dem and independent artist publications, most recently co-editing the book The Slow Grind: Finding Your Way Back to Creative Balance (2020).
Pre-session reading: https://i-d.vice.com/en_uk/article/8xbqbp/black-queer-art-show-bbz-peckham
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