Neil Mulholland - The Centre Is Nowhere

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‘The Centre Is Here’: Wales’ Artists Resource Programme
7th April 2009 - Swansea, Cymru

G39's Wales Artists Resource Programme and Chapter Arts Gallery are holding a series of travelling symposiums to focus attention on the professional development of artists in Wales.

The programme offers artists the opportunity to hear first-hand a range of arts professionals from the UK discuss different aspects related to 'professional art practice', as well as encourage critical reflection on artist activity.

This session will concentrate on developing a discourse within Wales and beyond and will look at the level of critical discourse in Wales and how it can be extended. What are the issues that nullify critical discourse and how, if there are any, can these be overcome?

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Neil Mulholland - The Centre Is Nowhere

  1. 1. The Centre is Nowhere Neil Mulholland www.neilmulholland.co.uk
  2. 2. Why
develop
a
cri/cal
dialogue?


  3. 3. What
is
the
importance
of
developing
cri/cal
networks
in
order
to
 develop
a
language
about
work,
about
prac/ces
in
Wales?

  4. 4. Neo‐medievalism
 “A
 system
 of
 overlapping
 authority
 and
 mul6ple
 loyalty.”
(Bull:
245)


  5. 5. What
are
the
benefits
of
these
debates
and
networks?


  6. 6. How
can
we
develop
art
cri/cism
in
Wales?

 What
is
needed?
Who
is
needed?


  7. 7. 1999
 1973
 2009
 Chris
Anderson
 Free:
Why
$0.00
Is
the
Future
of
Business


  8. 8. How
 can
 new
 media
 and
 the
 Internet
 be
 used
 to
 add
 to
 cri/cal
 debate
 on
 art
 without
 the
 produc/on
 design
 or
 necessary
 costs
 incurred
with
publishing?

  9. 9. What
 types
 of
 dialogue/cri/cism
 is
 needed
 to
 foster
 a
 strong
 ar/s/c
community
that
is
able
to
sustain
itself,
whilst
also
looking
 outward
in
terms
of
its
reach
and
ambi/on.


  10. 10. Who
does
the
cri/cal
dialogue
need
to
be
for?

 What
is
the
importance
of
‘audience’
in
rela/on
to
developing
a
dialogue
of
art
 in
Wales?
 ‘German’
ar6st
Liam
 Gillick
 ‘English’
ar6st
Hans
 Holbein

  11. 11. Who
 does
 the
 cri/cal
 dialogue
 need
to
be
for?

 What
 is
 the
 importance
 of
 ‘audience’
 in
 rela/on
 to
 developing
 a
 dialogue
 of
 art
 in
 Wales?

  12. 12. Who
does
the
cri/cal
dialogue
need
to
be
for?

 What
is
the
importance
of
‘audience’
in
rela/on
to
developing
a
dialogue
of
art
 in
Wales?

  13. 13. Who
does
the
cri/cal
dialogue
need
to
be
for?

 What
is
the
importance
of
‘audience’
in
rela/on
to
developing
a
dialogue
of
art
 in
Wales?

  14. 14. Who
 should
 be
 looked
 to
 provide
 the
 dialogue
 and
 cri/cism?
How
can
it
be
fostered?

 Do
we
need
cri/cs/
writers
or
can
ar/sts
take
up
the
 mantle
of
providing
cri/cism
for
themselves?


  15. 15. Who
 should
 be
 looked
 to
 provide
 the
 dialogue
 and
 cri/cism?
 How
 can
 it
 be
 fostered?

 Do
we
need
cri/cs/
writers
or
can
ar/sts
take
up
the
mantle
of
providing
cri/cism
 for
themselves?


  16. 16. What
 service
 do
 ar/st
 socials/networking
 events
 provide
 in
 terms
 of
 strengthening
dialogues
around
work
and
crea/ng
a
higher
level
of
debate?

  17. 17. What
 service
 do
 ar/st
 socials/networking
 events
 provide
 in
 terms
 of
 strengthening
dialogues
around
work
and
crea/ng
a
higher
level
of
debate?

  18. 18. What
role
do
ins/tu/ons,
including
public
funded
galleries
and
art
 schools
 provide
 in
 developing
 cri/cism
 and
 cri/cal
 dialogue
 in
 a
 community?

  19. 19. The
macro
is
in
the
micro…

  20. 20. Slides available at www.neilmulholland.co.uk Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.5 UK: Scotland License.

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