We are very pleased to welcome Mónica de Miranda to speak about her work for our first Westminster Photography Forum of the summer term.
About the speaker
An interdisciplinary artist and researcher based between Lisbon and Luanda, de Miranda works with urban archaeology and affective geographies and explores the boundaries between fiction and documentary.
Accessing the lecture
The talk can be accessed as livestream on Tuesday 4 May from 5pm (BST) via the following link:
The event is open to the public - please feel free to share the link with your networks.
About the Westminster Photography Forum series
The Westminster Photography Forum offers a series of talks by visiting artist/photographers, theorists, historians, curators and other industry professionals. Geared towards students at all levels as well as staff, the series offers the community a shared focus for discussions of contemporary debates in photography.
Upcoming lectures in the series
All talks take place on Tuesday evenings at 5pm (BST), and will be livestreamed via Blackboard Collaborate at the links above. Recordings will be available to students and staff until the end of July. For further details, email [email protected].
- 18 May: Julián Barón
On his recent work using the image as a social tool of thought: Join Julián Barón's lecture
- 25 May: David Bate
On monuments and cultural power: Join David Bate's lecture
- 1 June: Lewis Bush
On the history and practice of the photographic zine: Join Lewis Bush's lecture
- 8 June: Jeff Mermelstein
On his street photography including recent book #nyc: Join Jeff Mermelstein's lecture
- 15 June: Noémie Goudal
On her work at the intersection of photography, film and installation: Join Noémie Goudal's lecture