At the Jetty: Karen Shepherson & Rob Ball

May 9 - May 10 2015
The Old Lookout Gallery, 35 Harbour Street, Broadstairs, Kent.

Rumination on Time and Space

Dr Karen Shepherdson and Rob Ball of Canterbury Christ Church University have organized a two-day event of talks, photographs, fish and chips and discussions. Throughout the weekend there will be an exhibition and reading/discussion table at the historic Old Lookout Gallery on the Jetty at Broadstairs Harbour. In addition Karen Shepherdson will open the ‘Sunday Lunch’ event by examining and illustrating how this site-specific space allows for long-term engagement with place – with the archive developing through a pre-existing historical strand and through an intersection with contemporary photographic responses to place. ‘Sunday Lunch’ is limited to 12 places and speakers will include Dr Sam Vale (CCU) and Michaela French (artist, RCA).

Long-time collaborators with PARC, this is CCU’s first contribution to Moose on the Loose.

Find out more about the Old Lookout Gallery at: www.beyondtheview.org.uk/the-old-lookout
To book a place or for more information contact Karen Shepherdson at karen.shepherdson@canterbury.ac.uk

 

 

 

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At the Jetty: Karen Shepherson & Rob Ball

May 9 - May 10 2015
The Old Lookout Gallery, 35 Harbour Street, Broadstairs, Kent.

Rumination on Time and Space

Dr Karen Shepherdson and Rob Ball of Canterbury Christ Church University have organized a two-day event of talks, photographs, fish and chips and discussions. Throughout the weekend there will be an exhibition and reading/discussion table at the historic Old Lookout Gallery on the Jetty at Broadstairs Harbour. In addition Karen Shepherdson will open the ‘Sunday Lunch’ event by examining and illustrating how this site-specific space allows for long-term engagement with place – with the archive developing through a pre-existing historical strand and through an intersection with contemporary photographic responses to place. ‘Sunday Lunch’ is limited to 12 places and speakers will include Dr Sam Vale (CCU) and Michaela French (artist, RCA).

Long-time collaborators with PARC, this is CCU’s first contribution to Moose on the Loose.

Find out more about the Old Lookout Gallery at: www.beyondtheview.org.uk/the-old-lookout
To book a place or for more information contact Karen Shepherdson at karen.shepherdson@canterbury.ac.uk