22nd March, 2018 / 12:00 - 13:00
Posted on: 9th June, 2014
Anxious Places examines the ways in which anxiety ‘contaminates’ urban and social environments. Artists and scholars discuss contemporary angst from a range of cross-disciplinary perspectives and artistic medium.
Speakers: Dr Jill Bennett, Dr Andrew Hoskins, Dr Avery Gordon, Dr Shona Illingworth, Dr Uriel Orlow, Professor Jeremy Till, Professor David Toop and Dr John Tulloch.
Symposium Convener: Dr Caterina Albano (University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins)
In collaboration with University of the Arts London
Anxious Practices showcases the diverse approaches and research practices related to anxiety across University of the Arts London, including sensory design, participatory art, artworks inspired by psychiatric archives and a symposium on anxiety and environments.
Anxiety 2014 is a new London-wide arts festival, curated by the Mental Health Foundation and taking place throughout June. The festival explores anxiety, looking at its causes, how it affects all of our lives, and how it can act as a creative force. It brings together leading and emerging artists to address anxiety from different angles: from medical, social and historical perspectives to individual, collective and contemporary viewpoints. Anxiety 2014 presents a dynamic programme of visual art, film, performance, music, dance, theatre and talks spanning venues across London, including leading art organisations, universities, health care institutions and community centres.
For more information, please visit the Anxiety 2014 website.