Study Day: Girls on Film

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Laurel Nakadate, The Wolf Knife, 2010 (still)
Laurel Nakadate, The Wolf Knife, 2010 (still)

About

GIRLS ON FILM: GENDER AND PERFORMANCE
On the occasion of Laurel Nakadate's solo exhibition, this symposium examines the performance and representation of adolescence and sexuality in video and photography from the 1970s to present day. Speakers will discuss the apparent demise of feminism, the influence of consumerism and pop culture, exploitation and pornography and the ethics of collaboration. Speakers include Dr Gavin Butt (Goldsmiths College), Pamela Church-Gibson (London College of Fashion), Dr Catherine Grant (Courtauld Institute and Goldsmiths College), and Professor Gill Perry (Open University).

Organised in partnership with The Open University's Open Arts Archive.

£15 / £10 concessions

To secure a place please book here

Tickets include a free glass of wine at the end.

Schedule

1.00pm Doors open
1.15pm Introductions by Maitreyi Maheshwari and Gill Perry
1.30pm Catherine Grant: Photographing Girls
2.15pm Pamela Church-Gibson: Mouseketeers, Vampires and SlutWalk
3.00pm Break
3.30pm Gavin Butt: Is Fame A Drag?
4.15pm Roundtable discussion chaired by Gill Perry
5.00pm Wine reception

Gallery

Laurel Nakadate, The Wolf Knife, 2010 (still)
Study Day: Girls on Film- Catherine Grant
Laurel Nakadate, The Wolf Knife, 2010 (still)
Study Day: Girls On Film- Pamela Church Gibson
Laurel Nakadate, The Wolf Knife, 2010 (still)
Study Day: Girls on Film- Gavin Butt
Laurel Nakadate, The Wolf Knife, 2010 (still)
Study Day: Girls on Film- Plenary Session