Letters - philosophy, theology & the contemporary visual arts
This exhibition provides a unique opportunity to explore cutting edge interactions between philosophy, theology and the contemporary visual arts.
A number of rising visual artists present work examining themes including the sacred, the text, authority and ritual: leading King’s researchers then respond to the works exhibited and to the broader issues raised by the intersection of art, philosophy and theology.
Academic response talks
Introduction - Sacha Golob
Artist Jeremy Millar and Respondent Calum Watt (KCL)
Artist Harald den Breejen and Respondent Chris Hamilton (KCL)
Artist Christine Bax and Respondent Jane Speck (KCL)
Introduction - Harald den Breejen
Artist Kathleen McKay and Respondent Sacha Golob (KCL)
Artist Anna Freeman Bentley and Respondent Ben Quash (KCL)
Artist Joseph Noonan-Ganley and Respondent Jeremy Millar (RCA)
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