MEDIA ARCHIVE
Video recordings of online and offline lectures, exhibitions and events with the participation of teachers and invited lecturers from the Moscow School of Contemporary Art.
Artist talks
A series of online interviews and lectures with contemporary artists and educators. The integration of students into the international context of contemporary art is one of the key aims of the School. In addition to the experience of the core teaching staff in artistic and educational practice in the UK, Europe and the USA, students have the opportunity to get acquainted with foreign and Russian artists who are working at the highest international level of the Contemporary art.
Meeting with artist Natasha Kidd (Oxford, UK)
Natasha Kidd's practice is situated within the expanded field of painting, she makes automated painting systems or machines. Using arterial systems of pipes and pumps these mechanisms fill paintings from the inside. Her practice emerges out of a desire to make visible the process, action and event of painting itself and to place the viewer directly inside production. She is Course Leader of BA Fine Art at Bath School of Art and Design.
https://www.natashakidd.com/
https://files.cargocollective.com/c560640/paot_catalogue_web.pdf

Moderator: Sean Kaye, artist, curator of the Foundation Art & Design BHSD program, member of the academic council of the Moscow School of Contemporary Art
Meeting with artist Nick Thurston (Leeds, UK)
Nick Thurston is an artists who works with text and publishing, his practice spans the fields of fine art and experimental literature. He is Associate Professor of Fine Art at the University of Leeds and co-editor at the influential publishing collective Information As Material.
https://www.nickthurston.info


Moderator: Sean Kaye, artist, curator of the Foundation Art & Design BHSD program, member of the academic council of the Moscow School of Contemporary Art
Meeting with the artist Taus Makhacheva

Moderator: Mikhail Levin, artist, director of the Moscow School of Contemporary Art
Meeting with artist Alexandra Pirogova

Moderator: Mikhail Levin, artist, director of the Moscow School of Contemporary Art
Online lecture on the 'Fully Awake' cycle of exhibitions for 'Teaching Painting'

Sean Kaye (Programme Leader, Foundation Art & Design at BHSAD), along with Ian Hartshorne (Programme Leader, MA Painting at Manchester School of Art), has curated the Fully Awake cycle for the organisation Teaching Painting. For each exhibition the curators invited an artist who teaches painting at each of the UK's art academies to submit a work and to further invite an artist that taught them and an artist that they have taught.
Online lecture "blip blip blip — Independent Curatorial Programme as Unofficial Module"

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Speakers:
Sean Kaye, artist and programme leader, Foundation Art & Design at BHSAD // Mikhail Levin, artist and Director of the Moscow School of Contemporary Art // Harry Meadley, artist and lecturer at Leeds Metropolitan University

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