Plenary session 31Oct 2014, New Art Gallery Walsall: Louise Wilson, Idris Khan, Maria Chevska, Jane Wilson, Euripides Altintzoglou, Christian Mieves (From Left to Right).

The one-day symposium sets out to interrogate the trope of illegibility and erosion in contemporary artistic practice. By looking at painting, photography and sculpture/ architecture the symposium explores the extent to which contemporary art denies ‘a palpable legibility’. Artists including Jane and Louise Wilson, Idris Khan and Maria Chevska will offer an original insight into the restriction of vision and legibility.

One-day Symposium
31Oct 2014, one-day event, 12-4 PM
New Art Gallery Walsall
Keynote SpeakersMaria Chevska, artist and Professor of Fine Art at the Ruskin School, University of Oxford

Jane and Louise Wilson, artist and Turner Prize nominees London

Idris Khan, artist London


Image: Image: Maria Chevska, See, 2010, kaolin, oil paint on linen. 31cm x 25cm.

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