Join Michael Morris (Founder of Artangel) in conversation with Professor Kate Pullinger (Bath Spa University) as they discuss the extraordinary commissioning and producing work of Artangel, the London-based powerhouse which has been supporting artists to create site-specific installations and events since 1985.
Described as ‘the guardians of modern art’, Artangel’s commissions range from Rachael Witeread’s ‘House’ (1993) to, most recently, Taryn Simon’s ‘An Occupation of Loss’ (2018), with former clients going on to win the Turner Prize and Academy Awards, and to exhibit at the Venice Biennale.
Wednesday 24th April 2019 6.15pm Holburne Museum, Bath
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Alongside James Lingwood, Michael Morris has been CoDirector of Artangel since 1991. After working at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) as Director of Performing Arts in the 1980s, Michael established his own production company, Cultural Industry (1987-2013), to develop the work of leading international artists including Pina Bausch, Robert Wilson, Laurie Anderson, and Robert Lepage.
Professor Kate Pullinger is Director of the Centre for Research in the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCCI) and Professor of Creative Writing and Digital Media at Bath Spa University. She writes for both digital and print platforms and is CoInvestigator on the two-year AHRCfunded project, Ambient Literature, in collaboration with the University of the West of England, the University of Birmingham, and the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol.
For more information visit artangel.org.uk