10 October 2017, 17:00 - 19:00
Seminar room SG2, Alison Richard Building 7 West Road, CRASSH, Cambridge University London, CB3 9DT
Julian Stallabrass is an art historian, photographer and curator working on the relations between contemporary art, mass culture and political issues. His books include Gargantua: Manufactured Mass Culture (Verso 1999), Internet Art (Tate 2003), Art Incorporated (OUP 2004) and Memory of Fire (Photoworks 2013). In this lecture, Professor Stallabrass will revisit his curated exhibition Art and Money Online (Tate Britain, 2001), which explored the early impact of commercialisation on the Internet.
The Digital Art Research Group organises bi-monthly artist talks, guest lectures, and discussion groups throughout the semester. All are welcome – please share widely.
This lecture is generously funded by ARCMedia and CRASSH.