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March 2017

LCC Library LGBTQ+ zine exhibition tour

15 March 2017

A brief tour of the LCC Library LGBTQ+ zine display, followed by the opportunity to browse and explore a further selection of LGBTQ+ zines from the zine collection. LCC’s zine collection is a huge resource housing almost 3000 publications. This event is hosted by Ruth Collingwood and Monica Sajeva, Academic Support Librarians at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. They work with the zine collection and regularly run zines sessions for UAL students, staff and external researchers.…

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Masterclass

15 March 2017

Album 31, page 1. 2013.

** FULLY BOOKED** Led by Sophy Rickett and Bettina von Zwehl. The latest in our series of Masterclasses, this PARC event is a regular feature in the Moose biennale, led in 2015 by Anna Fox, and in previous years by artists including Broomberg & Chanarin and Clare Strand. Sophy Rickett and Bettina von Zwehl have substantial international reputations, have been included in numerous group and solo shows, have published monographs and been the recipients of major commissions. This masterclass is…

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State Violence: Max Houghton in conversation with photographic artist Diana Matar

15 March, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

State Violence: Max Houghton in conversation with photographic artist Diana Matar State violence is a form of terrorism against its own citizens and takes many forms. During the Gaddafi regime in Libya, many thousands of Libyans were disappeared. In her first monograph, Evidence, Diana Matar creates a visual language for this loss, in memory of her father-in-law, opposition leader Jaballa Matar, who was taken to the notorious Abu Salim prison and never seen again. Her latest work takes her to…

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Beneath the Mask: Artists, Archives and A/Gender

16 March

A Day of Events Beneath the Mask: Artists, Archives and A/Gender takes Moose on the Road to Canterbury, Kent. Curated by Karen Shepherdson. Moose on the Road provides a day of considerations prompted by Claude Cahun’s transformative Beneath the Mask exhibition at the Sidney Cooper Gallery in Canterbury. A series of events and talks focusing on transformations of identity will run throughout the day. The day is free to attend and offers amongst other things an ‘early doors’ curatorial walk-and-talk…

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Arms Fair

16 March

This day-long session focuses on collaboration and idea generation as a route to curating exhibitions. Max Houghton and Lewis Bush, lecturers and curators at LCC, will work with a group of multidisciplinary students to generate ideas, experiment and create a temporary display in response to the global arms trade and issues raised by it. We will work with existing visual material and encourage participants to bring their own. The ideas that emerge from the session will also form the basis…

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Theatre of Photography Study Group

17 March

Friday 17 March 2016 The Theatre of Photography research group convened by Wiebke Leister under the auspices of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre explores staging practices that engage both the camera and its visual histories into modes of theatre production, thus stressing how photography is performative, as such, when giving and enhancing the condition of the resulting images, i.e. scenarios that only exist for the camera. Including who is staged in those frames – the fame of the…

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Moose 2017 Lecture – Professor Jack Halberstam, TRANS*HAPTICALITY

17 March

Moose is delighted to welcome renowned Queer theorist Jack Halberstam to deliver the 2017 Moose on the Loose lecture in partnership with the Victoria and Albert Museum LGBTQ Working Group. The haptic refers to the sense of touch and is a major part of contemporary smart technology; but it has also been theorized in an aesthetic context as a form of representation that relies less on messaging and knowing and more on expressing and unlearning. Trans* is a terminology increasingly used to refer…

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The Ken Project Archive

8-26 March

During the making of Ken. To be destroyed, Sara Davidmann and Val Williams created an archive which preserves and describes the process of creating the book (published in 2016 by Schilt, Amsterdam) and the exhibition, which opened at the Schwules Museum in Berlin in 2016, co-curated by Val Williams and Robin Christian, and which was the genesis of the 2017 Moose on the Loose Biennale of Research exhibition, installed in the upper Gallery at LCC. While the exhibition and publication…

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The Moose Commission

7-26 March

Following the success of Alexander Cooper’s 2015 Moose Commission 6 Arctic Animals, Moose has invited him to produce a new set of works responding to Ken. To be destroyed. This new series will be shown at PARCspace to coincide with the Ken Project archive exhibition and will also be launched at the Moose Book Launch on 2 March. Alex will introduce his work on the night and will also take place in the Moose book launch on 2 March. www.letterpressworkshop.co.uk

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Ken. To be destroyed

17 February - 26 March

The remarkable Ken. To be destroyed exhibition comes to Moose on the Loose 2017 at the London College of Communication after its successful six-month showing at the Schwules Museum in Berlin. A collaboration between UAL Reader and artist Dr Sara Davidmann and the UAL Photography and the Archive Research Centre, the exhibition and publication explores Davidmann’s practice-based research project and the new work which has emerged from it, by Davidmann herself and via a practice-based collaboration between Davidmann and Graham…

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