Friday 20 January, 6.30 to 8pm
Panel: Dennis McNulty, Peter Carroll and Anusia Grennell | Chair: Linda King
In The Transdisciplinary Studio1, art and design critic Alex Coles claims that ‘we have entered a post-post-studio age’ and that ‘artist and designers are now defined by the fluidity with which their practices move between the fields of architecture, art and design.’
This book seeks to investigate a variety of contexts where Transdisciplinary Practice occurs. A range of essays illustrates this fluidity of boundaries and evaluates synergies we know to exist but do not see interrogated very often. The essays connect across a variety of thematics that prompt larger questions about what the creative arts mean to and within society. All contributors are from practice-based backgrounds and offer unique perspectives gleaned from personal experiences providing a collection of ideas arrived at through reflection on the process of making.
Essays by: Hugh Campbell, Anusia Grennell, John-Partick Hartnett,
Mel Jordan, Linda King, Dennis McNulty
Co-edited by Linda King and Oonagh Young
The book will be for sale in the Gallery.