MAPPING THE FRONTIERS OF HIGH FINANCE
April 21, 2015 § Leave a comment
As part of this event occurring at the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) in London on Saturday, April 25th, Mark Curran has been invited to present on his practice-led research in relation to THE MARKET.
The intention of this, the first of a series, is to
bring together anthropologists, accountancy scholars, literature scholars and artists using anthropological concepts and ethnographic methods in their work…to explore past, present and possible artistic techniques for visualizing information in capital markets, tracking offshore financial flows, and mapping relatedness among financial elites.
Other contributors include, Brett Scott (co-organiser), Paolo Quattrone, Femke Herregraven, Paul Crosthwaite, Paolo Cirio, Gemma Aellah & Paul Gilbert (co-organiser).
Final programme is available here.
Biographies of all speakers is here.
This is a free event and open to the public. Full details can be found here.
With support from the Institute of Art, Design & Technology (IADT).
(Image: Installation of THE MARKET: A project by Mark Curran, Belfast Exposed Gallery, 2013)
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