Public Lecture: Eleanor Ivory Weber

Public Lecture: Eleanor Ivory Weber
Image: Eleanor Ivory Weber, Smog III: Glossolalien missive, Établissement d’en face, Brussels, 17 February 2018

Public Lecture: Wednesday 18th September 12pm-1pm
Workshop: Wednesday 18th September 9am-11am

If body and language meet, it is through labour. Sub Text Labour is a lecture and a workshop about writing as publication, service, performance and organisation. For the workshop, participants are asked to bring one page of “significant” text (printed), for which we find editing protocols by way of discussion and action.


Eleanor Ivory Weber is a writer, editor and artist working in the intersections of contemporary visual arts, performance and poetry. She teaches art theory at Erg (école de recherche graphique—école supérieure des arts), Brussels, and is co-director of Divided Publishing. She is currently writer-in-residence at Firstdraft, Sydney.


To register for the workshop (limited places!), please send an email to Alex.Martinis.Roe@anu.edu.au


This lecture and workshop are kindly supported by the Visual Arts Endowment
 

Date & time

Wed 18 Sep 2019, 12–1pm

Location

Sculpture & Spatial Practice Modelling Room, SOA&D

Contacts

Alex Martinis Roe

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