Art as Public Intervention

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Below are two talks by artist, Dr Lana Locke

 

Lana is an artist practising in installation, sculpture, video and painting. She is interested in the idea of the 'feral' - between the wild and the civilised – and how it feeds into material, social, gendered and racial concerns. She completed her practice-based PhD on the The Feral, the Art Object and the Social in 2018 at CCW, University of the Arts London. 

 

Her lecture Art as Public Intervention: Reclaiming the Communal Site shares how she and other artists have responded to different ‘sites’, from collaborative events to external interventions in public sites.

 

Her lecture Home as Site: Rethinking the Residential looks at divergent art and curatorial practices using the home as ‘site’, and expanding the meaning, restrictions and associations of domestic spaces and residential sites." 

Art as Public Intervention: Reclaiming the Communal Site

Home as Site:

Rethinking the Residential