'Flicker time: liquid bodies and cosmic states'

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Off Campus Off Campus Community Room, 

West Hollywood Public Library 
625 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood

WHAP! Lecture Series

Drawing upon extensive experience as a curator, a critical thinker and practitioner, Bridget Crone focuses on the intersection of the moving image and performance practices in conjunction with an interrogation of the body, visuality, and temporality. In this talk she will address questions of contemporary art and critical philosophy as they are manifest in art processes today, but also in terms of challenging spaces of reception and the institutional and political contexts for current exhibitions.

Bridget Crone is a curator, writer and theorist whose practice weaves together forms of speculation and enquiry addressing technologies of time, the image and the body. She has curated projects and lectured internationally, and published widely. Her book The Sensible Stage: Staging and the Moving Image is released in a new, expanded edition in September 2017 by Intellect/University of Chicago Press. Crone is Lecturer, Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, The University of London.