Tag Archive | forgotten space

Sekula, Space, and Protest: Reflections on the Ship of Empty Boxes

Sekula, Space, and Protest: Reflections on the Ship of Empty Boxes

I’m just back from a weekend in London that was a surprisingly coherent exploration into the intersections of art, politics, protest, mobility, and the ocean. The initial component – and the thing that brought me to London in the first place – was a symposium co-sponsored by Birkbeck College’s Institute for the Humanities, Birkbeck’s Institute […]

Nottingham Contemporary videos posted: the ocean as art

The Nottingham Contemporary has posted two videos from a visit that I made there last month, as part of the museum’s Aquatopia exhibit. The first is of a discussion that I had with cultural critic Sukhdev Sandhu prior to a viewing of Allan Sekula and Noel Burch’s The Forgotten Space, a film about which I’d […]

Sekula’s The Forgotten Space reviewed in Society & Space

My review of Allan Sekula’s The Forgotten Space has now been posted on the website of the journal Society & Space. For those interested in seeing the film, there’ll be a a Passenger Films event that combine a screening with other explorations into representations/erasures of the ocean and its affect in London on June 18. […]