LAND | LABOUR | CAPITAL / LCGA
LCGA, The Hub Space.
Friday 27 September 1.15 - 1.45pm,
NWCI Legacy Project 'briefing session'.
They will also participate with Valerie Connor in a lunchtime open forum 1.15 - 1.45pm, The Hub Room, LCGA, Friday 27th September during the Land | Labour | Capital conference organised by LCGA with Goldsmith's College of Art.
At the same time, in pre-planned sessions, in the gallery and outside the city, Vagabond Reviews and Anne Tallentire will lead workshops with NWCI members and non-members and SAUL (School of Architecture University of Limerick), supported by Limerick City Gallery of Art.
LAND │ LABOUR │ CAPITAL
Thursday 26 September
Location Limerick City Gallery of Art
18.00 Art Opening Reception
Location 69 O’Connell Street, Limerick
19.00 Screening THE FORGOTTEN SPACE (2010; Dir: Allan Sekula and Noel Burch) introduced by Mark Curran
Friday 27 September
Location 69 O’Connell Street
10.00 Welcome Remarks Helen Carey, LCGA & Dr. Derval Tubridy, Goldsmiths, University of London and Future State
10.30 The Art Worker and Social Engagement panel Dr Marilyn Lennon: Socially Engaged Art Dr Gary Granville: Socially Engaged Art as Transformative Education Dr Judith Stewart: The Worker-Artist: Searching for Aesthetic Logic Amidst the Means of Production
12.00 Keynote Deirdre O’ Mahony: Stratagies for Sustaining Rural Life: New Ecologies of Aesthetic Praxis
Location Limerick City Gallery of Art – The Hub, Education Room
13.00 Lunch Session | Open Forum -
National Women’s Council of Ireland: Legacy Project with Artists Anne Tallentire and Vagabond Reviews and Curator Valerie Connor.
Location 69 O’Connell Street
14.00 Performance Denis Buckley: The Sword & the Phone 14.45 Representation Panel Dr Andrea Binelli: Naturalization of the crisis through mass media discourse Alison Snowball: Immaterialities of De-materialisation in Contemporary Art and Finance Dr. Michael G Cronin: Strumpet City and the historical novel as untimely critique
16.15 Keynote Professor Nicholas Mirzoeff: The Photographic Commons: Land and Freedom: After Slavery and Segregation 17.45 Break
18.00 Workshop Deirdre O’ Mahony T.U.R.F. Mind Meitheal The Mind Meitheal is a cultural intervention – a creative space in which different forms of knowledge; tacit, place-based, environmental, ecological, cultural, political and social science, are given parity. By entering into a trans-disciplinary exchange process, participants creatively and openly engage with specific questions – in this instance the the conflict on the regulation and future use of raised bogs and peatlands in Ireland.
Saturday 28 September
Location Occupy Space, 9 Lower Cecil Street
10.30 Spatial Politics Panel Lukáš Matoška: Demolishing the Past: Effacing Traces of Former Regime in the Public Space Paul Tarpey: Silent production in the Transitioning Space of Limerick City 2013 Dr Fergus Jordan: Garden Estate
12.00 Keynote Dr Angela Dimitrakaki: Art, Production, Class 13.30 Lunch
14.30 Screening EUROPLEX (2003; Dir. Ursula Biemann and Angela Sanders) introduced by Dr Angela Dimitrakaki
15.00 Presentation: Future State and PRODUCTION ‘zine
15.45 Keynote Mark Curran: Capital At Work: Studying Up and the Construction of THE MARKET
17.15 Conference Close* * For those who are staying in Limerick on Saturday night 20.00 Ormston House is hosting Visual Music a screening programme of short experimental film, exploring the intermedia collision of musical structures & abstract visual imagery, ranging from experiments in synchronising montage & hand-painted animation with music, to silent, geometric, synaesthetic works that seek to use rhythmic movement to create a ‘music for the eye’ comparable to the sensual effects that sound has for the ear. 20.00 Screening Ormston House Visual Music - See more at: http://www.thefuturestate.org.uk/llc-programme/#sthash.ORvL8214.dpuf