Wednesday 06 March 2019 – Lunchtime seminar with TC McCormack and Michelle Atherton (Fine Art)

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Speakers: TC McCormack and Michelle Atherton (Senior Lecturers in Fine Art) Title: As Much About Forgetting At this week’s lunchtime research seminar TC McCormack and Michelle Atherton discuss recent research and latest exhibition at Viborg Kunsthal – As Much About Forgetting – co-curated with Jette Gejl (DK), artist and academic at Aarhus University Denmark. Artists: Laura White (UK), David Toop (UK), Michael Schultze […]

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Transmission: TC McCormack and Marie-José Ourtilane – Tuesday 29 January 2019

Transmission logo and Play it as it lays Installation featuring a collection of objects and materials, video projection and audio As Much About Forgetting, a group exhibition, Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark 2018 by TC McCormack

TC McCormack and Marie-José Ourtilane are developing a project that explores a principle that might be called the complex space (espace complexe), the title of a series of exhibitions through which curators and artists experiment with their relationships. ESPACE COMPLEXE implicitly refers to dialogue, to an idea developed by Edgar Morin: ‘Two principles united without duality being lost or vanishing […]

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‘Always in Translation’ – TC McCormack convenes salon on the metaphor of translation at Site Gallery Sheffield

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Always in Translation A day of conversations with invited artists, academics and a targeted audience. 11AM – 4.30PM, Friday 18 January 2019 Site Gallery, Sheffield The metaphor of translation has been used increasingly since the eighteenth century to describe both the activity and the end result of painting, conveying such terms as ‘reproduce’, ‘render’ and ‘express’. Charles Baudelaire used this […]

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Transmission: David Cotterrell and Ruwanthie de Chickera – Tuesday 13 November 2018

Transmission lecture - David Cotterrell and Ruwanthie de Chickera - Brighton Pilot 1 Gallery

On Tuesday 13 November, David Cotterrell and Ruwanthie de Chickera will be presenting a public talk in Sheffield, exploring their recent collaborative work for the 2018 Transmission Lecture series. In recent years, David Cotterrell and Ruwanthie de Chickera have embarked on an eclectic series of field trips, producing a series of experimental artworks to clarify their experience and understanding of fear, […]

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‘Gonna Take Some Time’ – Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack co-curate screening event at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark

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gonna take some time a screening event at Viborg Kunsthal Artists: Richard Sides, Matthew Noel-Tod, Rebecca Lennon, Marie von Heyl, Eva Fabregas, Anita Delaney, Darren Chouings, Sam Bunn and special guest. Screening event of artists’ films in conjunction with the exhibition As Much About Forgetting and the Viborg Animation Festival VAF. Curated by TC McCormack & Michelle Atherton. Thursday 27 […]

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Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack co-curate the group exhibition ‘AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING’ with Jette Gejl (Danish artist, curator and academic) at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark

Banner image for 'AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING' - an exhibition at Viborg Kunsthal, also featuring logo of Viborg Kunsthal

This Friday sees the public opening of a new exhibition featuring Sheffield Hallam University Senior Lecturers in Fine Art Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark. The exhibition AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING has the tensions of history and memory at its core. The participating artists use installations, sculptures, videos, large-scale backlit vinyl and performances to re-call, reclaim and re-enact our […]

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‘They are sticky, maybe you can say magnetic’: Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack open exhibition in Linz – 28 June 2018

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THEY ARE STICKY, MAYBE YOU CAN SAY MAGNETIC       über Sammlungen und andere Verbindungen in der Dichotomie der Gemeinschaft-Gesellschaft Jette Gejl, Michelle Atherton & TC McCormack   Thursday June 28 2018, 7.30PM KunstRaum Goethestrasse xtd, Linz, Austria Exhibition on between 29 June – 31 July 2018 LIVE AT KUNSTRAUM: 12PM, 29 June – a thirteen-hour programme with invited speakers, […]

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Researcher Blog by TC McCormack: The Immense Ventriloquism

The Immense Ventriloquism, Platform side view (detail), nationalmuseum, Berlin. TC McCormack (2017).

About the author TC McCormack is Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Sheffield Institute of Arts (SIA) and in C3RI’s Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC). TC’s practice-led research takes a multi-disciplinary approach using video, photography, collage, text and curatorial practice. His research incorporates subjects as diverse as the contradictions of modernist heritage; aesthetics of cultural memory and the possibility of language […]

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‘The Immense Ventriloquism’ – TC McCormack’s exhibition opens in Berlin – Friday 01 December

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TC McCormack, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, will be opening an exhibition titled The Immense Ventriloquism this Friday in Berlin. Taking place at nationalmuseum, the exhibition considers how our man-made structures exist both in and out of time, and how the course of history continually reappraises objects, resources and even nature. The Immense Ventriloquism – TC […]

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