John Thompson, Alison Craighead, Nina Pope, Karen Guthrie, Kary Young
Sheep T. Iconoclast
Date: Thursday 2 March 2000
Visual Artists Talks
Thompson and Craighead work with video, sound and internet Much of their work to date explores how technology changes the way we perceive the world around us. Discussing their recent work.
Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie, discussing their current work which spans public art and film-making, and their focus remains on the widest possible application of creativity to enrich and inform public life.
Kary Young, is a visual artist who incorporates a variety of media such as video, photography, performative events and installation into her art works, which investigate the
increasing incorporation of the personal and public
domains into the realm of the commercial world. Young’s projects often center on notions of language, training and performance, and take an ambiguous political stance in order to create a web of complex questions for the viewer.
All lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students unless otherwise stated.