msdm a nomadic house-studio-gallery for photographic art and curatorial research, an expanded practice of the artist's book, photobook publishing and peer-to-peer collaboration created by contemporary artist paula roush
This screen drift has been organised so you can experience a wide range of strategies to curate (showcase) photography for online audiences.
This is because you will be curating the online exhibition for the 1st year Photography course in December, the main event in which PH1 work will be seen and marketed.
During the tour you have the opportunity to engage with different strategies and decide which ones could be used in your group show in December
At the end of the tour, we’ll have some zoom time so you can come up with a shortlist
- name of galleries and projects you find inspiring
- technologies involved and its use of photography
- keywords/hashtags to identify the choice.
use the text pad for your notes
3:40—2. Andrea Rosen and David Zwirner (NY, US)
Exhibition: Felix Gonzalez-Torres"Untitled" (Fortune Cookie Corner)
3:50—3.Loney Abrams and Johnny Stanish (Brooklyn, NY)
Hotel Art project
4:00—4.Leah Beeferman and Matthew Harvey
4:10—5. Ilê Sartuzi (S.Paulo,Br) Dollhouse Gallery
4:20—6. Collision Craft ( Korey Rosenbaum &
Matt DeLong, Baltimore, US) Desk Show
4:30- text pad
Screen Drift, with paula roush and Geoff Cox
Thursday 17th Sept, 14.00 –17.00.
GROUP 1: 14.00 with Paula;
15.15 break; 15.30 with Geoff.
GROUP 2: 14.00 with Geoff; 15.15 break; 15.30 with paula.
paula's tour starts in her own msdm house-studio-gallery, then takes us through other online and independent projects that employ innovative curatorial strategies, including Andrea Rosen Gallery and David Zwirner's Felix Gonzalez-Torres project, Hotel Art, Parallelograms, Dollhouse Gallery and the Desk Show.
Geoff's tour begins with our research centre CSNI, and explores some of the collaborative institutions we work with, starting with The Photographers Gallery, then moving to Fotomuseum Winterthur and Serpentine Galleries, and eventually to the massive online "gallery" of the internet itself where we look at representations of the ghost city Tianducheng.
This screen drift is for students enrolled in the 1st year Photography at the School of Arts and Creative Industries, LSBU.