Cass Fine Art: Lecture by Victor Burgin
A lecture by the artist and writer Victor Burgin
Victor Burgin is an artist and writer, working since the 1960s, with scores of solo shows all over the world. He has taught art in the UK, America and Switzerland. He is Professor Emeritus of History of Consciousness at the University of California, Santa Cruz; and Emeritus Millard Chair of Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London. His books include Parallel Texts: interviews and interventions about art (2011), Situational Aesthetics (2009), The Remembered Film (2004), In/Different Spaces: place and memory in visual culture (1996), Some Cities (1996), The End of Art Theory: criticism and postmodernity (1986), and the edited collections Formations of Fantasy (1986) and Thinking Photography (1982).
Monographs on his visual work include Five Pieces for Projection (Siegen 2014), Components of a Practice (Skira, 2008), Victor Burgin: Objets Temporels (Rennes, 2007), Victor Burgin (Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, 2001), Shadowed (Architectural Association, London, 2000) and Between (Blackwell/ICA, 1986). An essay collection about Burgin’s projection works recently appeared as Projective (Mamco, Geneva, 2014) and another is currently in press: Palmanova (éditions Form[e]s, Paris, 2015). A volume of scripts for his works will soon appear as: The writing on the wall (Mamco, Geneva, 2015).
|Date||Thursday 5 March at 5.30 pm|
|Location||The CASS, Central House, in room CE1-19|
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