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Seminar by Artist-in-Residence ─ Visualizing the Invisible; Drawing as Speculative Practice

駐校藝術家講座 ─ 有形、無形:繪出象外之象 (英語主講)


Date: 22 March 2017 (Wed)
Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm
Venue: NAB323, Artist-in-Residence Studio, New Academic Block, Lingnan University
Co-organiser: Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University
Language: English
ILP unit(s): 1.5 (Aesthetic Development)
Artist: Mr Douglas Stichbury (Artist-in-Residence at Lingnan University)


In the increasing use of network technology in personal communication, governmental processes, and institutional operations, never has information been so readily accessible, misinformation so easily disseminated, nor infrastructure so invisible. Within the context of his own work, Douglas Stichbury will discuss the way in which drawing might be used as a vehicle for discussing the everyday spaces and events that cannot be seen but still directly impact our lives. Stichbury will also consider how traditional drawing practice can be augmented by the possibilities of new technology and the way that new tools may help in speculating on an alternative future, or reimagined past.

About Mr Douglas Stichbury
Born in New Zealand, Douglas Stichbury holds a Masters in Fine Arts with Distinction from Massey University and is currently a Ph.D candidate in Philosophy at the European Graduate School. He has held numerous exhibitions internationally and been awarded residencies in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, China and New Zealand. He has received grants from Creative New Zealand, the City of Linz, and was the 2014 winner of the National Parkin Prize for Contemporary Drawing. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, U.S.A. 


日期: 2017年3月22日 (星期三)
時間: 下午4時30分時至6時
地點: 嶺南大學新教學大樓 NAB323室
合辦: 嶺南大學視覺研究系
語言: 英語
ILP學分: 1.5 (美育發展)
藝術家: Mr Douglas Stichbury (嶺南大學駐校藝術家)