Cyhoeddi | Publication

‘Power in the Land’ publication Designed by: Teresa Paiva and Alana Tyson
136 pages
bi-lingual


£12 +£3 p&p

 

The book features an in-depth look into the project plus essay contributions from;

Dr. Ele Carpenter (Goldsmiths University, London) Ele Carpenter is a curator and writer in politicised art and social networks of making. Her curatorial practice responds to interdisciplinary socio-political contexts such as the nuclear economy and the relationship between craft and code. Her curatorial research into nuclear culture investigates the contemporary aesthetics of living in the nuclear anthropocene through commissioning new work, field research, writing, and curating exhibitions, film screenings and roundtable discussions. In partnership with the Arts Catalyst the project is commissioning new work in response to the issues raised by dismantling British nuclear submarines in consultation with members of the Submarine Dismantling Project Advisory Group.
Ele is an Associate Curator with Arts Catalyst London, and Bildmuseet, Sweden. Current exhibitions include: Material Nuclear Culture, KARST, Plymouth (2016); Perpetual Uncertainty, Bildmuseet, Sweden. She is editor of The Nuclear Culture Source Book, Black Dog Publishing, (2016), and convenor of the Nuclear Culture Research Group at Goldsmiths.


Stephan Jones-Hughes (Oriel Wrecsam)

Ceri Jones (Fieldwork, Caerdydd)