Sunday 15th October 2–4pm
Exhibition and house tour with artist, art historian and writer Michael Corris with exhibiting artists and philosophers as part of First Hand (29 September–5 November 2023).
Keen to not to see an exhibition as the final say in their journeying into art and philosophy, /origin\forward/slash\ have invited Michael Corris (Texas USA based artist and author of upcoming publication Inside Art & Philosophy: An Artist’s Point of View) to meet them at their exhibition and engage them with a public, discursive reading of the works in their show.
Free event, limited capacity, please click here to book via eventbrite
Michael Corris is an artist and writer (https://invisible-college-conversations.com/). His art has been exhibited internationally and is held in the collections of MoMA (New York), The Getty (Los Angeles), The Dallas Museum of Art (Dallas), and Tate Gallery (London), among others. Corris’ historical and critical writings on modern and contemporary art have been published widely in journals (Art-Language, The Fox, Red-Herring, Art History, Art Journal, Art Monthly, and Artforum). His publications include Inside Art and Philosophy: From An Artist’s Point of View (Reaktion Books, forthcoming 2025), Ad Reinhardt (Reaktion Books, London, 2008), and Leaving Skull City: Selected Writings on Art (Les Presses du Réel, 2016). Corris is editor of Conceptual Art: Theory, Myth and Practice (Cambridge University Press, 2004), and co-editor of Art, Word & Image: 2,000 Years of Visual/Textual Interaction (Reaktion Books, London, 2010) and Proud to be Flesh: A MUTE Magazine Anthology of Politics After the Net (London: MUTE Media and New York: Autonomedia, 2009), and series editor for Art Since the 1980s (Reaktion Books).