APPROACHING THE ESTATE: A CRITICAL ENQUIRY IN THREE PARTS
If you’ve walked along the Regent’s Canal in the past few years, you’ve surely noticed the ‘i am here’ project – an estate building covered with faces of its tenants, an artwork conceived to improve the appearance of a building awaiting demolition. We’re really excited to welcome the artists from Fugitive Images behind this project, and most recently, behind the ‘Estate’ film. A team of artists, anthropologists and filmmakers have joint forces to tackle the subject of ‘regeneration, gentrification and architecture; its reasons, possibilities and consequences’. They will be showing us their work-in-progress and taking us through this fascinating processwww.estatefilm.co.uk
We look forward to seeing you there
By encouraging artists and anthropologists to explore connections between anthropology and art through interdisciplinary dialogue, ART/E/FACT aims to publish open access media productions and essays as well as host free lectures and workshops.
ART/E/FACT is published through the Centre for Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths, University of London, with contributions from academics and artists from the British Film Institute, Tate Modern, Tate Media and no.w.here Gallery