A collection of video recordings of day 2 of Tate Modern’s Making Public series. The event centres on how publicness emerges in art and art writing

Making Public, Seminar 2: Rosalyn Deutsche, Jane Rendell, Gillian Rose – Introduction

The second event in Tate Modern’s Making Public series centres on how publicness emerges in art and art writing

The second event in the Making Public series centres on how publicness emerges in art and art writing.

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

Making Public, Seminar 2: Rosalyn Deutsche, Jane Rendell, Gillian Rose – Session 1

Session 1 from day 2 of the Tate Modern event Making Public is with Rosalyn Deutsche, Jane Rendell, Gillian Rose

Since her book Evictions (1996), Rosalyn Deutsche (Barnard College and Columbia University, New York) has become widely recognised as one of the foremost thinkers in connection with the relationships between contemporary art and the politics of space.

Jane Rendell (Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL) has written extensively on gender, space, architecture and urbanism. She is currently working on the relationship between public and private voices in the practice of art criticism, especially in its confessional mode.

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

Making Public, Seminar 2: Rosalyn Deutsche, Jane Rendell, Gillian Rose – Session 2

Session 2 from day 2 of the Tate Modern event Making Public is with Jane Rendell

Jane Rendell (Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL) has written extensively on gender, space, architecture and urbanism. She is currently working on the relationship between public and private voices in the practice of art criticism, especially in its confessional mode.

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