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Hear artist Fiona Tan in this public talk as she discusses her new work, Footsteps. Completed in 2022, it is a 97-minute moving image piece that takes letters from the artist's personal archive and film footage from Amsterdam's Eye Filmmuseum's collection to create a study of how someone might contend with political and technological change.
Renowned, too, for her photographic work, she will also talk through her exploration of time and history in her practice.
Moderated by writer and curator Gareth Evans.
Gareth Evans is a London-based writer, editor, film/event curator, producer & host and documentary mentor. He works on special projects for the London Review of Books and curates their Screen at Home series. From 2012–2023 he was the Adjunct Moving Image Curator at the Whitechapel Gallery. He has written many catalogue essays and articles on place culture, artists and the moving image, as well as the extensive text for Radiohead's KID A MNESIA catalogue.
Fiona Tan was born in Pekan Baru, Indonesia in 1966. She studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunst, Amsterdam. Her commission for a stained glass window in St Laurence Cathedral Alkmaar, Netherlands, will be unveilled in October 2023. Recent solo exhibitions include Eye Filmmuseum, Amsterdam (2022); Kunsthalle Krems, Krems an der Donau (2020); Museum der Moderne Salzburg (2020); Sprengel Museum, Hannover (2019) and MAC’s (Grand-Hornu), Belgium (2019).
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