Mobilisations: Still Moving
Supporting program series
Various locations, Glasgow, UK
Collaborators: Lydia Honeybone, Joshua Speer, Xiaolian Lan
Poster Design: Lydia Honeybone
As part of Glasgow International, The Hunterian presented Still Moving, a retrospective of the work of German artist Ulrike Ottinger. Mobilisations was an associated programme of events taking Still Moving as its point of departure. Through three workshops and a commission organized by students in the MLitt Curatorial Practice cohort; Lydia Honeybone, Joshua Speer, Xiaolian Lan, and Christiana Myers, Mobilisations offered insights into key themes in Ottinger’s practice.
Carnival of Objects, organized by Christiana Myers, was a study day in the Hunterian teaching labs at Kelvin Hall that highlighted an array of objects from the museum’s collections relating to the motifs of carnival, costume, and fantasy common in the work of German filmmaker, Ukrike Ottinger. Speakers from a variety of art-based backgrounds discussed the selected objects, offering diverse and unconventional approaches to the study of art and artefacts. To view the publication for Carnival of Objects click here.