A discussion chaired by Dr. Marquard Smith with Sally O’Reilly, Uriel Orlow and David Joselit.
Sally O’Reilly is a cultural critic for Time Out, Art Monthly, and Modern Painters, a writer of catalogue essays, an events organizer, Founder of Implicasphere, and author of The Body in Contemporary Art (Thames & Hudson)
Uriel Orlow is a Swiss multi-media installer, historian, and narrator of the impossible, based in London and working at University of Westminster. With recent shows in London, Vienna, Lisbon, Bern, Zurich, Palm Beach Florida, and China, he has exhibitions upcoming at Seventeen Gallery, Laure Genillard, and Museum Nachum Gutman, Tel Aviv.
Jon Cairns is an artist, curator, and Course Director of the BA Fine Art at Byam Shaw/Central Saint Martins, London
David Joselit is Carnegie Professor of History of Modern Art and Culture in the Department of the History of Art at Yale University, and author of books including ‘Infinite Regress: Marcel Duchamp, 1910-1941’, ‘American Art Since 1945’, and most recently ‘Feedback: Television Against Democracy’.
An event organized with The Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture at University of Westminster