FlockOmania:Event and Exhibition Catalogue

Z. Robertson, Natalie Garrett Brown, A. Voris, J. Mottram

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Abstract

The shaping of an exhibition programme for a gallery in a university can take on some quite different and interesting perspectives from those that might drive the selection of shows in other sorts of venues. The opportunity we identified in our first discussions about Zoe Robertson using the Lanchester Gallery was to use the exhibition both as a lever, or fulcrum, around which to explore ‘objectiveness’ of her works, and as an event in which performativity could be manifest.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBirmingham City Univeristy
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventFlockOmania - Lanchester Gallery, Coventry, United Kingdom
Duration: 19 Jan 201519 Feb 2015

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Rights holder: Zoe Robertson - Copright for the exhibition catalogue. Authors/Photographers retain copyright for their contributions

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Robertson, Z. (Author), Garrett Brown, N. (Author), Voris, A. (Author), & Mottram, J. (Author). (2015). FlockOmania:Event and Exhibition Catalogue. Exhibition, Birmingham City Univeristy. Retrieved from http://flockomania.com/
FlockOmania:Event and Exhibition Catalogue. Robertson, Z. (Author); Garrett Brown, Natalie (Author); Voris, A. (Author); Mottram, J. (Author). 2015. Birmingham City UniveristyEvent: FlockOmania, Lanchester Gallery, Coventry, United Kingdom.

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchExhibition

Robertson, Z, Garrett Brown, N, Voris, A & Mottram, J, FlockOmania:Event and Exhibition Catalogue, 2015, Exhibition, Birmingham City Univeristy.
Robertson Z (Author), Garrett Brown N (Author), Voris A (Author), Mottram J (Author). FlockOmania:Event and Exhibition Catalogue Birmingham City Univeristy. 2015.
Robertson, Z. (Author) ; Garrett Brown, Natalie (Author) ; Voris, A. (Author) ; Mottram, J. (Author). / FlockOmania:Event and Exhibition Catalogue. [Exhibition].
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