A collection of video recordings of seminar 1 from the Tate Modern seminar Making Public, with Michael Warner and Françoise Vergès

Making Public, Seminar 1: Michael Warner and Françoise Vergès – Introduction

Introduction video recording from the Tate Modern seminar Making Public, with Michael Warner and Françoise Vergès

The first event in this series features two of the leading theorists of the public state to have emerged in recent years. Both address the publicness of marginalised identities.

Part of Making Public.

In collaboration with the Department of Geography at The Open University.

Making Public, Seminar 1: Michael Warner and Françoise Vergès – Session 1

Video recording of Session 1 from the Tate Modern seminar Making Public, with Françoise Vergès

Françoise Vergès is Reader at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, and writes on the ways public space is created in the culture of the southern hemisphere.

Part of Making Public.

In collaboration with the Department of Geography at The Open University.

Making Public, Seminar 1: Michael Warner and Françoise Vergès – Session 2

Video recording of Session 2 from the Tate Modern seminar Making Public, with Michael Warner

Michael Warner is Professor of English at Rutgers University and the author of Publics and Counterpublics (2002), as well as important works in queer theory.

Part of Making Public.

In collaboration with the Department of Geography at The Open University.