This series of four Wednesday evening talks accompanies the exhibition Undone - opening in the Henry Moore Institute main galleries from September. Led by art historians, curators and artists, each talk investigates the ways in which sculpture incorporates the fabricated and the found, using materials that evoke processes of skill and de-skilling, to rethink understandings of sculpture in a post-readymade era.
Wed 6 October: Professor John Roberts (University of Wolverhampton)
âArt After Deskilling'
Wed 13 October: Joanne Lee (Nottingham Trent University)
âMake do and bend: the ad-hoc in sculptural practice'
Wed 20 October: Dr Glenn Adamson (Victoria &Albert Museum)
âAffective Objects: The Re-Invention of Craft'
Wed 27 October: Mary Redmond (Artist)
âThe Floating World'
Talks are free of charge, open to all and it is not necessary to book
For more information please contact Kirstie Gregory, firstname.lastname@example.org
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