On Saturday 19 October 2013, Rodney Graham will be in conversation with Shepherd Steiner in the Platform Theatre, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design.
To coincide with the launch of the latest addition to Afterall’s One Work series, Rodney Graham: Phonokinetoscope, and Afterall's exhibition of this work in the Lethaby Gallery, we are pleased to present Rodney Graham in conversation with the author Shepherd Steiner.
Shepherd Steiner is the author of Rodney Graham: Phonokinetoscope. He is the co-editor of Cork Caucus: on art, possibility & democracy (Frankfurt: Revolver, 2007) and The New Criticism: Formalist Literary Theory in America and Abroad (London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013). Projective Politics and the Mnemotechnics of Support: High Modernist Painting, Sculpture and Criticism, 1945–1968 is forthcoming.
Rodney Graham is recognised for a rigorously intellectual art, which ranges from photography, film, video and music to sculpture, painting and books. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘Rodney Graham’, Lisson Gallery, London 2013, ‘Rodney Graham - Canadian Humourist’, Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada, 2012 and ‘Rodney Graham – Through the Forest’, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Germany, 2010.
Rodney Graham in conversation with Shepherd Steiner
followed by drinks in the Lethaby Gallery
Saturday 19 October 2013, 17:00–18.30
The Platform Theatre
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
University of the Arts London
Admission free but booking essential. To reserve a seat email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be sent a confirmation email with access details.
Please note, as Central Saint Martins has relocated to a new campus in King's Cross this postcode may not yet appear in the correct location on some maps. It does, however, work properly when using Google Maps.
This event is supported by The Sandra Blow Estate and Central Saint Martins and is presented as part of the research project The City and Its Moving Images, a collaboration between Afterall and the Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image.