Lunchbox lecture by Yvonne Feng

To Find My Lost Voice, a lunchbox lecture by the artist Yvonne Feng
Through her own journey of searching the self and discourses on other artists, Yvonne Feng’s lecture will look into the representation of subjectivity in painting with particular attention to the relationship between interiority and exteriority in the depictions of human body; the conception of being conceived through the act of narration including writing and drawing and the interlocking of autobiographical narratives and the notion of radical subjectivity within social and political contexts.
 
Yvonne Feng (b.1989, China) completed her BA at the Slade School of Fine Art in 2012, then a MA at the Royal College of Art in 2014. She is currently in PhD at the Slade. Recent group exhibitions include ‘Griffon Art Prize’, in Griffon Gallery, London / White Moose, Devon; ‘Now in Reverse’, in Hundred Years Gallery, London; ‘Drawing from Here and There’, in Elysium Gallery offsite, Swansea / Clara Hatton Gallery, Fort Collins, USA.
Date  Monday 2 March at 1pm
Location  The CASS, Central House, in room CE1-19

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