Radar presents Selected Memory
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Radar presents Selected Memory
The Swimmer and the Forest (working image), Shona Illingworth

The Swimmer and the Forest (working image), Shona Illingworth

Dates: 3 December 2009 – 23 January 2010 | Location: Loughborough University

Radar presents a season of art, film and debate inspired by the complexity of memory. Individual or collective, real or imagined, complete or fragmented, memory in all its forms is a rich subject for enquiry.

This season features three new commissions, each exploring different facets of memory by Shona Illingworth, Imogen Stidworthy and Michael Pinchbeck. In addition to the three commissions there will also be the opportunity to see Ant Hampton’s Hitherto, a work commissioned last year but only now being shown in full.

There will also be the opportunity to discuss and explore the subject of memory in more detail at a symposium convened by Mike Pickering and Emily Keightley, who work within the fields of Cultural Analysis and Communication and Media Studies at the University.


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