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This resource explores the exhibition space as a site or opportunity for discussion and debate:The relationship between art practice and film can be a vital and powerful tool for the learning and teaching of art, one discipline reinforcing the creative capacity of the other. Art provides the imagery, the making tangible, giving...
This resource explores the exhibition space as a site or opportunity for discussion and debate: The relationship between art practice and film can be a vital and powerful tool for the learning and teaching of art, one discipline reinforcing the creative capacity of the other. Art provides the imagery, the making tangible, giving form to ideas and film offers a means of identifying with this process. However, beyond mere documentation of what has happened, film can also enable a re-activation of the happening itself, imbued with the emotion of the moment of its telling. It allows thought to be experienced as a succession of unfolding events; recording connections and associations made and the consequence of their interaction. The films contained on this channel include: Claire Curneen’s exhibition 'Passages' discussed through the mode of 'in- conversation' between the artist and writer Dr. Natasha Mayo. The work and its curation are discussed from some of the key critical positions used in the analysis of art to demonstrate the different types of information each approach can uncover about an artwork. In Conversation Between Dawn Youll, Lowri Davies and Natasha Mayo about the Exhibition 'Placement' 2011 For more information on this exhibition please visit: placementceramicconnections.wordpress.com