Susan Hiller: Defining a Practice - Part 1

Susan Hiller: Defining a Practice - Part 2

Susan Hiller: Defining a Practice - Part 3

Susan Hiller’s assembled images, objects and sounds balance the familiar with the unexplained, highlighting the subjectivity of perception and asking the audience to participate in creating meaning.

Speakers include Guy Brett, Jörg Heiser, Alexandra Kokoli, Jan Verwoert, and John Welchman.

Programme

Series of six ten minute talks in the exhibition lead by each of the conference contributors.

Welcome and Introduction by Ann Gallagher, Head of Collections (British Art), Tate and Curator of Susan Hiller

Professor John Welchman, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History/Criticism, University of California 

Dr Alexandra Kokoli, Lecturer, Critical and Contextual Studies, Gray’s School of Art, The Robert Gordon University

Jan Verwoert, Contributing Editor of frieze, Art Historian and Critic

Audience Q&A with Morning Session speakers chaired by Ann Gallagher

Introduction to Afternoon Session by Ann Gallagher

Guy Brett, London-based Art Critic, Curator and Lecturer

Joerg Heiser, Co-editor frieze, London, Publisher frieze d/, Berlin

Audience Q&A with Afternoon Session speakers chaired by Ann Gallagher

Panel Discussion with all speakers chaired by Ann Gallagher

Closing remarks by Ann Gallagher

Susan Hiller exhibition is supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts