‘Down at Heel’ – a photographic series by John Cowpertwait: Panel Discussion




Join us for an exploration of the impact of images – what do we associate with what is presented to us, how do we read a photograph without title or context and what are the stories we discover?

John Cowpertwait captures footwear that has been left behind and is not useful anymore, we find ourselves with a record of loss and abandonment. This evocative collection of photographs can make us think that it is not the beauty of the art object but the experiences of the artist that make works of art meaningful. Perhaps a hunger for life includes coming to terms with loss and endings.

PANEL DISCUSSION WITH AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION WITH:

Ursula Deniflee – a psychotherapist, interviewer, Lebenskünstlerin and organiser of art related events. Ursula also writes and maintains a private practice.

Jenny Hobson – designer-maker of fashion accessories and costume. With a lifelong interest in all manner of materials, particularly textiles, Jenny is currently focusing on hats.

Tim Waterman – a writer, lecturer, and landscape architect whose work focuses on landscape, urban, democratic, and food studies. Tim is a regular walk leader who explores the sensual city.

A rare opportunity to meet in the wood-lined concert hall of the Club for Acts and Actors in Covent Garden, also know as the Concert Artistes Association, or in short, the CAA.

Socialising afterwards; drinks available from club bar.

Duration 23 July 2015 - 23 July 2015
Times Thursday 23rd of July, 7.30 – 9.30. Doors open 7.30, event start 7.45
Cost £5/£3.50 conc.
Venue Club for Acs & Actors (CAA)
Address 20 Bedford Street London WC2E 9HP, ,
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