Event

Phase IV - Symposium

15 Feb 2020

Regular opening hours

Sat, 15 Feb
11:00 – 16:00

Free admission

Stephen Lawrence Gallery

London
England, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • 129: North Greenwich – Greenwich 177: Thamesmead – Peckham 180: Belvedere – Lewisham 188: North Greenwich – Russell Square 199: Canada Water – Catford 286: Sidcup – Greenwich 386: Blackheath – Woolwich Arsenal
  • Cutty Sark DLR station (two minutes)
  • The closest train station to Stockwell Street is Greenwich Station (a four-minute walk). There is also a regular boat service offered by Thames Clippers which stops next to the Old Royal Naval College (the older university campus), near to the Heritage Gallery. It runs from Westminster and stops at other locations along the route, taking around 35 minutes in total.

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The Phase IV symposium brings together creatives, academics and researchers to discuss the relationship between arts and architecture, as well as the process of co-curating the Phase IV exhibition—on display at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery and Project Space between 15 January and 21 February 2020.

About

Speakers will include

  • Benet Spencer (Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University)
  • David Waterworth (University of Greenwich)
  • Felix Robbins (a-projects London)
  • Fran Cottell (artist)
  • Daniela Yaneva (architect)
  • Outside Architecture (artist-led collaborative group)

Keynote by Olivier Gourvil (artist, founder of Réseau Peinture, and former professor at École Supérieure d’Art et Design Grenoble, Valence)

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EXTRACT FROM OLIVIER GOURVIL TALK

Thinking in Painting (edited) :
This quote from the question “What is thinking in painting?” by Hubert Damish is from his brilliant 1984 essay Fenêtre jaune cadmium*. In 2010, this question was the starting point for the enquiry that was addressed by Réseau Peinture**, which covered the relationship between painting and language. It also lead to critical research around communication in painting in relation to drawing and architecture, which was explored in the collaborative project Paper-Architecture. Gourvil developed this project with the New York-based painter Marjorie Welish between 2000-2013.

Olivier Gourvil, 2020

* Hubert Damish, Fenêtre jaune cadmium, published: Seuil, Paris 1984. 
**Réseau Peinture is painting network that fosters collaboration between European schools of art and design, initiated by artist Olivier Gourviln from École Supérieure d’Art et Design Grenoble, Valence​.​ 

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The exhibition, symposium, and related events are jointly led by Benet Spencer and Dr David Ryan (Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University), in collaboration with David Waterworth (University of Greenwich).

If you like this event, you might be interested in attending the Public Lecture by exhibitor Jaime Gili, Private View and Exhibition Catalogue launch on Saturday 14 February. Visit this link for more information about the programme of related events.

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Exhibiting artists

Daniela Yaneva

Benet Spencer

Fran Cottell

Felix Robbins

David Waterworth

Outside Architecture

Organised by

University of Greenwich Galleries

University of Greenwich Galleries

London, United Kingdom

Hosted by

University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Building

University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Building

London, United Kingdom

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