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Thursday, 20 January 2022
Colour, Camera, Colonialism: A Response

In this session of the Spirals Series titled 'Gustav Fritsch ca. 1900: Three-Color Photography, Nature, & Colonial Science', Dr Hanin Hannouch explores the practice and work of Gustav Fritsch, a German anthropologist and racial hygienist, revealing the entanglements in his use of three colour photography and colonial science in the name of technical advancement and political victory.

Publication Date:
Thu, 19 Aug 2021 - 10:45
Honours in Curatorship 2022 applications now open

The programme offers courses in the theory and practice of curatorship, developing in students a sophisticated awareness of the practicalities, politics and poetics of working with collections of many kinds. Students are encouraged to bring the disciplinary insights of their undergraduate major (whether this be in the visual arts, the humanities or the sciences) to the curating of both material and virtual collections, and are offered opportunities to work on exhibitions in public spaces and in the digital realm. 

Publication Date:
Tue, 10 Aug 2021 - 15:00
Spirals: Colour, Camera, Colonialism on Friday, 30th of July

The Centre for Curating the Archive would like to invite you to another session of the Spirals virtual seminar series. The theme is Colour, Camera, Colonialism.

Publication Date:
Fri, 23 Jul 2021 - 14:15
On the colonial history of colour

It all started as a conversation with a friend, Nina Paim, the editor of Futuress magazine. She suggested that Dr Luiza Prado Martins, the speaker for our Spirals session, Colour Unearthed, draw on the research she had conducted on the history of plants and colonialism to formulate a series of essays on the colonial history of colour.

Publication Date:
Mon, 12 Jul 2021 - 16:15

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