Previously at the ICA - Events
25 Jun 2008
When Soft Machine played with the Boyles in 1969, when The Resplendent Kaleidoscope offered up a 'celebration of faith dedicated to the Clear Light', when the ICA celebrated a 'Mid Summer High', was the intellectual field of the curator in danger of giving way to drugs and flashing lights? Or was the transcendent space of artistic experience being fully realised?
Speakers on this panel include Neil Mulholland, director of The Centre for Visual and Cultural Studies at Edinburgh College of Art, Christoph Grunenberg, director of Tate Liverpool, Tot Taylor, director, Riflemaker Gallery, artists Neil Bromwich and Zoë Walker and artist Peter Jones of Colourscape.
The panel is chaired by Barry Curtis, emeritus professor of visual culture, Middlesex University.
Developed in association with Ben Cranfield and the London Consortium. Ben Cranfield is a collaborative doctoral award student at the ICA and London Consortium, currently working on an intellectual history of the arts in postwar Britain.
In association with the London Consortium and London Centre for Arts and Cultural Enterprise