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Performance Lecture: Fractured Perspectives

18 May 2019

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3 - 4.30pm

Cost of entry

Free

Grand Union

Birmingham, United Kingdom

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  • Train Stations: nearest is Moor Street 10 minutes walk 20 minutes walk from Birmingham New Street

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Using the old Birmingham Central Library as a point of reference, Gareth Proskourine-Barnett will explore the iconic emblem of brutalism through the lens of psychogeography.

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Fractured Perspectives is a performance lecture by Gareth Proskourine-Barnett as part of the exhibition 'On the Subject of Precarity' curated by University of Birmingham MA Art History and Curating Students, hosted in collaboration with Grand Union. 

On the Subject of Precarity is a group exhibition with artists Betsy Bradley, Gareth Proskourine-Barnett and Rafal Zajko. The term precarity – a state of perpetual instability – seems to be especially pertinent within the current moment. Informed by a widespread sense of collective societal anxiety, the exhibition explores the perception of precarity in the entanglement of past, present and imagined futures.

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