Holly Keasey: Reflecting on Water Rights Residency

This is the final blog from Holly Keasey written in October some months after her return from Santa Fe. Holly reflects on her apparent diversion from her intentional misunderstanding of the 'rights' in Water Rights to be equivalent to the 'rights' in Human Rights. The delay in publishing it is entirely the responsibility of the... Continue Reading →

Holly Keasey and Anna Macleod: An Atomic Journey

“We tour the disparate surfaces of everyday life as a way of involving ourselves in them, as a way of reintegrating a fragmented world” - Alexander Wilson (1991) As international residents at SFAI, Holly and fellow resident Anna Macleod, have conducted their ‘Atomic Journey’ together through New Mexico including trips to The National Museum of... Continue Reading →

Event: Nuclear Art and Archives

DCA in partnership with Visual Research Centre, University of Dundee, and Arts Catalyst. A day of artists' films and discussions about nuclear art and archives considering the kinds of knowledge and reflective spaces that contemporary art produces for rethinking the nuclear. As the civil industry starts to consolidate its archives at the new Nuclear Archive... Continue Reading →

Evening Will Come

Today is the anniversary. Eve Andree Laramee, Professor and Chair, Department of Art & Art History Pace University, NYC provides an overview of 20 years of work on nuclear issues that started with reading a newspaper article on United Nuclear Corporation’s Church Rock Uranium Mill Tailings Pond Spill, on Navajo land in New Mexico. Sometimes... Continue Reading →

Su Grierson Public Lecture

Su Grierson, who corresponded with us whilst on residency in Fukushima Province earlier this year, is giving a public lecture in conjunction with her exhibition Intersections.  It's in the Norrie Miller Studio at Perth Concert Hall, 7pm Thursday 26th September.   Su Grierson will talk about her art practice and multi-media art works in the... Continue Reading →

Case Pyhäjoki reflects and radiates art & activism

Andrew Paterson got in touch to highlight the Case Pyhäjoki transdisciplinary expedition and production workshop having seen our earlier posts from Su Grierson in Fukushima Province, Japan.  A group of artists, researchers and activists undertook a drift to Pyhäjoki in Northern Finland at the beginning of August 2013.  Pyhäjoki is the proposed location of a new nuclear power... Continue Reading →

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