Welcome

Dear reader, I have decided to start this journal out of the need to find a space to connect with others, at a time when meeting you in a physical space to share ideas and projects has become a challenge. Additionally, because of my ongoing artistic interests in embodiment, sensory perception and landscape/place, I have…

IN/HABIT symposium

A cross-disciplinary art/science/philosophy symposium, exploring ways of re-imagining our relationship with our mental and physical environment, born of the pressing need to change our habits to protect our habitat. DATE: Thursday, 1 December 2022, 10:30 – 18:30 CET, Friday 2nd December 10.30 – 13.30 PLACE: Technologické centrum UMPRUM Mikulandská 134/5 Mikulandská 110 00 Praha 1 BOOK…

TT journal issue 4: Editorial

TT Journal, ISSUE 4, 12th September 2022 Dear reader It has taken quite a while but finally the 4th issue of TT journal is here. At a time of various upheavals, sense of uncertainty, of growing concerns over the wellbeing of our planet I hope that these contributions from artists, filmmakers, scientists, philosophers, scholars and poets…

OPENING SUBMISSIONS for issue n.5

We are open to submissions for the 5th issue of TT journal. The core theme of the issue is focused on MOTHER/DAUGHTER relationships. But because all rules are there to be questioned and creatively subverted, we are also open to submissions focused on FATHER/SON relationships or other important family bonds/mirrorings. The general TT journal perspective remains: ie. the…

LANDSCAPE IMAGINARY – DANIEL & CLARA

Throughout the summer of 2022 artist Daniel & Clara will be taking their work on tour across East Anglia, launching on Mersea Island on 21st May with an exhibition of their video installation On The Island. Responding to the psychological impact of the global pandemic and the physical restrictions of lockdown, On The Island is a series of…

Sense, Place & Imagination: online course

DATES: SATURDAY sessions, 30th April 2022 – 21st May, 9.30 am – 11.00 am GMT or SUNDAY sessions, 1st May – 22nd May, 5 pm – 6.30 pm GMT Where: ZOOM This workshop is aimed at artists, researchers, thinkers, makers, people who are curious to find a new way of relating to their everyday environment,…

Ecstatic Truth symposium: programme

DATE: 8th April, 2022 Location: Vysoka Skola Kreativni Komunikace, Prague, Czech Republic (+ online) Ecstatic Truth is an annual symposium that explores issues arising from the interface between animation (in all its expanded forms) and documentary (conceptualised very broadly as non-fiction), with a particular interest in the questions raised by experimental and practitioner perspectives. According…

Ecstatic Truth VI: To Attend

WHERE: Vysoká škola kreativní komunikace (University of Creative Communication) Prague, Czechia WHEN: April 8, 2022 Ecstatic Truth is an annual symposium that explores issues arising from the interface between animation (in all its expanded forms) and documentary (conceptualised very broadly as non-fiction), with a particular interest in the questions raised by experimental and practitioner perspectives. According…

TT journal issue 3: Editorial

 TT JOURNAL, VOL.1, ISSUE 3, 8TH OCTOBER 2021  I am pleased to present you with the 3rd issue of Tangible Territory. It comes out in tandem with my exhibition called Ophelia in Exile, which, unlike TT journal, has a physical manifestation. The joint theme for both is a questioning of the role of…

Ophelia in Exile

A multi-media art installation, exploring the importance of all our senses in giving meaning to our human experience. Its concept is inspired by the current pandemic and its impact on how we engage with others. The exhibition is one of the manifestations of an ongoing collaborative dialogue initiated by the Tangible Territory journal, conceived by…

The Museum Of Pictorial Culture

From Less-Known Russian Avant-garde series Lev Manovich and Julian Sunley, 2021 Although we usually assume think that first museum of modern art was MoMA (New York, 1929), an earlier museum called Museum of Pictorial Culture was established in 1919 and run by most important Russian avant-garde artists until its closing in 1929. Our essays discuss…