Talk: Artists in Conversation

Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, PL4 8AA

01752 585050
[email protected]

Thursday 09 May 2019
19.00 - 20.30
Booking essential

Richard Broomhall is an artist and practice based PhD researcher at the 3D3 Centre for Doctoral Research, where he is researching the politics of light. His work is a materialist investigation into light-based transnational data network infrastructure in the South West. Richard has exhibited and screened solo and collaborative works in galleries and festivals across the UK and internationally, including recent shows at Baltic 39, Newcastle; Contains Art, Watchet; Spit n Sawdust, Cardiff; and Plymouth Art Weekender. Richard is based in Bristol and holds a studio at Spike Island. 

Find out more about Richard on his website

Margareta Kern holds a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College and MA in Visual Anthropology, UCL. Her work has been presented across international gallery and educational contexts, including Tate Modern, The Photographers Gallery (London), Whitechapel Gallery (London), Spacex (Exeter) and many more. 

Currently living in Cornwall and London, Margareta teaches photography at Falmouth University's Institute of Photography. She is a founding member of Artists' Union England, and is part of Precarious Workers Brigade, a UK-based collective campaigning against precarisation in culture and education. 

Find out more about Margareta on her website

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