TalkSeePhotography June

For the TSP June event we are delighted to announce that photographer Margaret Mitchell and Historian Rachel Hewitt GCU will be presenting their work in regards to the exhibition Beyond Epilepsy. The session will be chaired by Dr Hanna Tweed GU. Mitchell is showing her work on epilepsy and will use this as a springboard…

TalkSeePhotography May 2016

TalkSeePhotography May was delighted to host Genevia Sills and Sukaina Kubba for a discussion about Sills artistic practice. Sills explores the questionable nature of the autobiography through highly aestheticised images which she carefully stages. Her practice is interwoven with historical and contemporary political concerns around subjectivity of sexuality and its object. In exquisite as well as…

TalkSeePhotography April #2

April marks the beginning of TSP’s interrogation of the exhibition by introducing the Swedish Curator Dr Niclas Östlind. Through his PhD, Performing Histories, and exhibitions The Visible and Between Realities, Östlind will take us on a thought provoking journey through the formation of the photographic aesthetic and political representation from 1970 to the present. The…

“Watched!” TalkSeePhotography April

For the first of two TalkSeePhotography events taking place in April is looking at surveillance.  “Watched !”promises a rich and exiting introductions to the different counter practices that examines this increasingly ever present phenomena. We are delighted and very proud to host Dr. Louise Wolthers, curator and research manager at the Hasselblad Foundation in Göteborg,…

TalkSeePhotography January 2016

  Aside from our usual program TalkSeePhotography will 2016 dedicate a number of events to the developments of existing and emerging cultures of Photography in Scotland to explore approaches to commissioning and presenting photography in Scotland. Issues that we will address are during the year are: What relevance do questions of discourse have to makers?…

TalkSeePhotography December

TalkSeePhotography December was a Curatorial Project Slam held by Melanie Letore, Emma Sandström, John Farrell, Alice Myers, and Ben Rush (Foco/Phoco). Glasgow’s reputation as an internationally important city for contemporary art was this year highlighted once again when the Turner Prize arrived in the Tramway. The narratives about how Glasgow emerged and established itself one of Europe’s…

Call For Curatorial Submission Deadline 27 November.

Open Call for Curatorial Project Slam at TSP the 14 of december TalkSeePhotography’s December event will be a curatorial slam. Again we will pick up on the Glaswegian tradition of DIY art by inviting individuals or groups to present a curatorial idea. This year’s event is held by Melanie Letore, Emma Sandström, John Farrell, Alice Myers, and…