Panel and discussion at LCC
Monday 11 March 2019
18:00pm – 20:00pm
Lecture Theatre C
London College of Communication
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CRiSAP’s a Thomas Gardner will be participating in this panel and discussion, for UAL Research Fortnight. As researchers, writers and creative practitioners why do we choose to make work in the aftermath of atrocity? Is there a potential for the creative process and its artefacts to enable human connection when it is all but lost or destroyed? How do we engage with the issue of ethics in researching, writing and making post-atrocity artefacts from the remnants of dark periods in history?
These are some of the questions the panel will discuss at this event. Panel members will also give a brief presentation on their own research and practice and its connections with the Holocaust.
Astrid Schmetterling, Senior Lecturer in Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths University London
Max Houghton, Course Leader, MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, London College of Communication
Dr Thomas Gardner, Course Leader, MA Sound Arts, London College of Communication
Dr Sara Davidmann, Reader in Photography, London College of Communication
Chaired by Dr Pratap Rughani, Associate Dean of Research, London College of Communication (UAL)
Research Fortnight is a two-week exploration of the research and activities happening within the six colleges of the University of the Arts London, with events taking place across UAL between 4 and 15 March 2019. Some events are open to the public, whilst others are reserved for UAL staff and students.
For information about the programmes/research at other UAL colleges please see Research UAL