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Thinking Things | Talk by artist Imogen Stidworthy and publisher Sandra Alvarez de Toledo

12 Jun 2014

Maps and Wander Lines
  • Maps and Wander Lines
  • CGP2155
Monoblet
  • Monoblet
  • CGP2156
    

Thursday, 12th of June, 18:30 to 19:30

CGP London is pleased to present a talk by artist Imogen Stidworthy and publisher Sandra Alvarez de Toledo, as part of the current exhibition 'Thinking Things'.

Stidworthy will discuss the ongoing preoccupation in her practice with the borders of language, and in particular how this interest has led her to the work of the French writer and educator Fernand Deligny, whose cartographic 'wander lines' are included in the exhibition. She will be joined in the talk by Sandra Alvarez de Toledo, who has written extensively on Fernand Deligny and published the three major books on his work, Cartes et lignes d'erre / Maps and Wander Lines. Traces du réseau de Fernand Deligny, 1969-1979 (2013), L'Arachnéen et autres textes (2008) and Œuvres (2007). (All of them published at éditions L’Arachnéen, www.editions-arachneen.fr)

The work of Imogen Stidworthy (1963, London) has been exhibited in major exhibitions such as Busan Biennial (2012), October Salon (2011), Liverpool Biennial (2010), Documenta 12 (Kassel, DE), 2007), and solo shows at Matt's Gallery London; (2011, 2006, 2003), The Arnolfini, Bristol, AKINCI, Amsterdam and Kunstpavillon, Innsbruck (2010-11). Her curatorial projects have been shown at Fundació Antoni Tapiès, Barcelona (2011-12), and MuKHA, Antwerp (2008). She has been shortlisted for several awards including the Jarman Award 2011, Becks Futures 2004 and The Northern Art Prize 2008; in 2008 she won the Liverpool Art Prize and in 1996, the Dutch Prix de Rome for Film and Video. Her work is in public and private collections, among others Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; FRAC Bourgogne, Dijon, MuKHA, Antwerp and Fries Museum, Leeuwarden. Stidworthy is represented by Matt's Gallery, London and AKINCI.

  

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