Im/Material: Encounters within the Creative Arts Archive
Considering archives, creative exchange and the potential revolutions of digital culture
The archive as a medium for creative practice
How small museums have a unique capacity to critique and contest traditional notions of curating
What curatorial strategies might we use to interpret things that have perished or are considered un-exhibitable?
How does an object function, not just as a ‘Proustian’ trigger to memory, but as a mechanism for a new understanding of the world?
What are the origins of a shift in curatorial thinking towards informality and intimacy within displays of modern and contemporary art?
Reflections upon the objectives, methodology and discoveries of the development project in 2015
Camerawork and the Directory of British Photographic Collections from the John Wall Archive
Presentation on 16th and 17th century medieval manuscripts
Archives & Collections
University of the Arts London (UAL) houses an extraordinary range of archives, museum and special collections that reflect the rich traditions and specialisms of the six colleges.
They include two accredited spaces; a museum and an archives and special collections centre.
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