Art, Media and Contested Space, Belfast Biennale 2008

Susanne Bosch

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


    ‘Art, Media and Contested Space’ is a series of events in Belfast, using a variety of formats —Talks, Lectures, Discussion, Workshops, Film Screenings and a Public Art Project—featuring the work of lens based artists and media practices (as means of production and/or documentation) and the representation of ‘contested space’. The events will explore how lens based practices shape perceptions of conflict, post-conflict, contested space and the public sphere both nationally and internationally. Devised and originated by Interface, School of Art and Design, University of Ulster—from 16 October to 16 November 2008. 4 November IN - OR OUTSIDER The role of public artists as invited outsiders or local insidersSeminar with Alfredo Jaar, Chair: Susanne Bosch, Introduction: Anthony HaugheyAs invited ‘outsider’ artist, how much research is enough to realise a work? How much trust and confidence has to be developed? How much negotation has to take place and with whom? …10.00am—3.00pm5 November Memory and Place: Producing Public Art in Northern IrelandPanel Discussion 1.30—4.30pm Susanne Bosch, Sandra Johnston and Sean Hillen. Chaired by Anthony Haughey, Co–curator and former Research Fellow at the Interface Research Centre, University of Ulster
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - Oct 2008
    EventArt, Media and Contested Space, Belfast Biennale 2008 - Public space Belfast
    Duration: 1 Oct 2008 → …

    Bibliographical note

    Reference text: INTERFACE is an interdisciplinary and practice based research centre situated in the School of Art and Design, University of Ulster, Belfast campus. It is a key element in a substantial redevelopment of the Belfast campus and has been established since April 2004.

    INTERFACE explores two key processes that underlie innovative research practice in art and design. One is the investigation and redefinition of inherited categories of value and the other is the impact of digital media and new technologies on the production, distribution and mediation of art and design. Both areas are examined in the context of the wider social/economic/political arena of Northern Ireland and in the world.
    Outputmediatype: Images on Billboards


    • public art
    • media
    • Contested Space
    • Belfast
    • Interface
    • Billboards
    • images
    • Art
    • Media and Contested Space
    • Biennale


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