Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 1: Panel discussion

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 1: Welcome and introduction: Chris Stephens, Head of Displays, Tate Britain
Panel Discussion – Vorticist Studies: The Field Today
Chair: Tom Normand
Panel: Mark Antliff, Richard Cork, Paul Edwards, Vivien Greene

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 2: Mark Antliff

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 2: Vorticism and America: Welcome: Madeleine Keep, Curator Adult Programmes, Tate Britain, Chair and introduction: Mark Antliff

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 3: Anna Gruetzner Robins

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 3: Vorticism and America: Anna Gruetzner Robins – Cross Postings: Weber and Coburn, New York and London

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 4: Vivien Greene, John Quinn

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 4: Vorticism and America: Vivien Greene – John Quinn: The Eye (and Purse) of an American Collector of Vorticism

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 5: Evelyn Silber

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 5: Vorticism and America: Evelyn Silber – In and out of the vanguard: Epstein, Quinn and Vorticism

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 6: Rebecca Beasley

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 6: Vorticism and America: Rebecca Beasley – The British Avant-Garde and an American Renaissance: Vorticism and Ezra Pound

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 7: Panel discussion and audience Q&A

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 7: Vorticism and America: Panel discussion and audience Q&A

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 8: Vivien Greene

Afternoon Session – Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture

Chair and introduction: Vivien Greene

Andrzej Gasiorek – Modern Feeling be Damned! Hulme, Gaudier-Brzeska, and the Vorticist Moment

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 8: Afternoon Session – Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture
Chair and introduction: Vivien Greene
Andrzej Gasiorek – Modern Feeling be Damned! Hulme, Gaudier-Brzeska, and the Vorticist Moment

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 9: Alan Munton, Henri Gaudier Brzeska

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 9: Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture
Alan Munton – Henri Gaudier Brzeska, Vorticism and Anti-Imperial Discourse in London

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 10: Katy Deepwell

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 10: Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture
Katy Deepwell – Narratives of Women Artists in/out of Vorticism

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 11: Mark Antliff

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 11: Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture
Mark Antliff: Vorticism/Gaudier Brzeska and contemporary politics

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 12: round table discussion and close

Video recordings from the past Tate Britian conference, Repositioning Vorticism

Part 12: Round table discussion and close

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Presentations and panel discussions with international speakers including Mark Antliff, Rebecca Beasley, Richard Cork, Katy Deepwell, Paul Edwards, Andrzej Gasiorek, Vivien Greene, Alan Munton, Tom Normand, and Evelyn Silber will showcase new scholarship relating to Vorticism, spanning art, political and literary history.