Category Archives: SERIES TWELVE

Highlights of 2017

Artist Erica Scourti, curators Shama Khanna and Amanprit Sandhu, and writer and poet John Douglas Millar talk through their highlights of art and culture in 2017. Plus, the inaugural year of Studio Visit’s annual ‘immaterial awards’.

Highlights of 2017

Artist Erica Scourti, curators Shama Khanna and Amanprit Sandhu, and writer and poet John Douglas Millar talk through their highlights of art and culture in 2017. Plus, the inaugural year of Studio Visit’s annual ‘immaterial awards’.

Kevin Jerome Everson

Artist and filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson is a master of film as a kind of metaphysical ethnography; using the moving image to pull the extraordinary, the poetic and the transcendental out of everyday life.

Kevin Jerome Everson

Artist and filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson is a master of film as a kind of metaphysical ethnography; using the moving image to pull the extraordinary, the poetic and the transcendental out of everyday life.

Daria Martin

Daria Martin utilises the floating and sometimes disquieting illogic of dreams to produce arrestingly complex, and sensorially rich film works. She talks through her practice, and her pioneering edited compendium on the neurological condition known as ‘Mirror Touch Synaesthesia’.

Daria Martin

Daria Martin utilises the floating and sometimes disquieting illogic of dreams to produce arrestingly complex, and sensorially rich film works. She talks through her practice, and her pioneering edited compendium on the neurological condition known as ‘Mirror Touch Synaesthesia’.

Cenk Özbay & Caroline Tee

Sociologist Cenk Özbay talks through his instant classic & pioneering ethnography of male prostitution in Istanbul ‘Queering Sexualities in Turkey’,& Caroline Tee talks through her equally impressive book ‘The Gülen Movement in Turkey’.

Cenk Özbay & Caroline Tee

Sociologist Cenk Özbay talks through his instant classic & pioneering ethnography of male prostitution in Istanbul ‘Queering Sexualities in Turkey’,& Caroline Tee talks through her equally impressive book ‘The Gülen Movement in Turkey’.

Şolen Şanli and Zeynep Gönen

Sociologists Şolen Şanlı and Zeynep Gönen discuss their respective new books ‘Women and Cultural Citizenship in Turkey: Mass Media and ‘Woman’s Voice’ Television‘ and ‘The Politics of Crime in Turkey: Neoliberalism, Police and the Urban Poor‘.

Şolen Şanli and Zeynep Gönen

Sociologists Şolen Şanlı and Zeynep Gönen discuss their respective new books ‘Women and Cultural Citizenship in Turkey: Mass Media and ‘Woman’s Voice’ Television‘ and ‘The Politics of Crime in Turkey: Neoliberalism, Police and the Urban Poor‘.

Darby English: 1971 a Year In the Life of Color, and PLASTIK Film Festival, Dublin

Art historian Darby English, discusses Black abstraction in his new book ‘1971, A Year in the Life of Colour’; and from Dublin, the curators and artists of this year’s PLASTIK film festival (24 – 26 March) talk through their programme.

Darby English: 1971 a Year In the Life of Color, and PLASTIK Film Festival, Dublin

Art historian Darby English, discusses Black abstraction in his new book ‘1971, A Year in the Life of Colour’; and from Dublin, the curators and artists of this year’s PLASTIK film festival (24 – 26 March) talk through their programme.

Sarah Schulman

Writer Sarah Schulman discusses her new book ‘Conflict is Not Abuse’, a forcefully argued, timely and personal exploration of how the overstatement of harm can lead to shunning, state intervention or colonial oppression.

Sarah Schulman

Writer Sarah Schulman discusses her new book ‘Conflict is Not Abuse’, a forcefully argued, timely and personal exploration of how the overstatement of harm can lead to shunning, state intervention or colonial oppression.

Sophie Michael

Sophie Michael is a London based artist and filmmaker whose technically adept and aesthetically rich works explore cultural memory, colour, abstraction and expanded notions of animation.

Sophie Michael

Sophie Michael is a London based artist and filmmaker whose technically adept and aesthetically rich works explore cultural memory, colour, abstraction and expanded notions of animation.