Diversity and the archive

Saturday 26th May 

10.30am – 12.30pm

 

Join us for an informal discussion about artists’ use of public and private archives. Explore ways in which archives can be used to develop and reflect on your own practice.

In conversation: Teresa Cisneros, cultural producer and Daniel Regan, artist and exhibitor in IN/DI/VISBLE.

 

Teresa Cisneros is a Chicana (Mexican-American) cultural producer. She has worked as a curator, art educator and arts manager, including at Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts), Tate Modern, 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning, Nottingham Contemporary and at the Wellcome Collection, as well as with the collective sorryyoufeeluncomfortable. She co-founded the independent curatorial collective agency for agency in 2015. Cisneros’ projects and work explore the politics of identity, history and contemporary art practices.

 

Daniel Regan (born in 1985) is a contemporary photographer currently based in London, UK. He completed a BA in Photography at University of Brighton in 2006 and subsequently an MA in Photography from London College of Communication, 2013.

Daniel is captivated by the human condition and complex emotions with his works focusing on themes of wellbeing and the processing of life’s experiences. The thread of intimacy and the desire to connect with others and himself weaves its way throughout his practice.

Daniel exhibits both nationally and internationally. He regularly runs arts workshops across both clinical and arts institutions, teaches photography, and is the Director of the Free Space Project, an arts and wellbeing charity based in Camden, London.

 

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