Monday 10 February 2014

The Afterlife of Revolution in Art/Theory/Praxis:

The Afterlife of Revolution in Art/Theory/Praxis:
A Critical Conversation with visual artist Declan Clarke and Prof. Scott McCracken 
25 February 2014
Sam Alex A112 | 5:00 p.m.
Declan Clarke co-curated last year's "Anguish and Enthusiasm: What to Do with Your Revolution Once You've Got It" exhibition at the Cornerhouse. He studied at NCAD and Chelsea College of Art, London. Recent solo exhibitions include We'll Be This Way Until the End of the World, Mother's Tankstation, Dublin 2011; Loneliness in West Germany, Goethe Institut, Dublin; and Declan Clarke & Derek Jarman Serpentine Cinema, Serpentine Gallery at The Gate Cinema, London 2009. Recent group exhibitions include We Are Grammar, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York; Der Menchen Klee, KIT Kunstverein, Dsseldorf; Auto-Kino! Curated by Phil Collins, Temporare Kunshalle, Berlin, 2010; Through the Lens, Beijing Art Museum of Imperial City, Beijing, China, both 2008; Left Pop, Second Moscow Biennial, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, 2007; Duncan Cambell, Declan Clarke & Emily Wardill, Art Now, Tate Britain, London. 
Scott McCracken is Professor of English at Keele University and a member of the editorial board of New Formations: A Journal of Culture/Theory/Politics. His research interests include literature and culture 1880-1920, modernism, gender, critical theory popular fiction, and radical aspirations. He is PI for the Richardson Editions Project, which is funded by an AHRC major standard grant. 
For more information on Cornerhouse's "Anguish and Enthusiasm" exhibit, see:

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