On march 24th 2015, will take place a seminar with Tim Ingold and artists Joey Bryniarska and Martin Westwood on Creativity, Art and Archaelogy within the framework of the EU-project NEARCH. Gothenburg University is a partner of NEARCH to which Jason E. Bowman, Programme Leader of the MFA: Fine Art is affiliated as a researcher, together with Dr. Anita Synnestvedt, Lecturer of Archeology at Gothenburg University.
Joey Bryniarska and Martin Westwood are two London-based visual artists whose independent practices have formed around shared themes of mediation, technology and their temporal relationships. Bryniarska and Westwood were selected for the NEARCH artist in residence project and they have Gamlestaden and its archeological excavations as a case study.
Participation in the seminar is free, but please register by e-mail no later than March 18th, firstname.lastname@example.org, also giving notice if you would like to participate in the post seminar mingle with food and drinks.
Find the seminar poster HERE.