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Performers

Commissions in response to The Courtauld Gallery Collection.

Lotte Andersen

Lotte Andersen is an artist and art director in London. She will be creating an limited edition Zine to accompany the poetry performances.

Lily Ashley

Performer, Artist and Poet, Lily is a Central Saint Martins Graduate. A self-proclaimed ‘performer and communicator’, her works speak to all women and her debut show, ‘You Are Me And I Am You at Waterloo’s Vault festival, made girls cry and boys apologise. Lily’s work comes in many forms adapting to whatever she feels is suitable to the subject. She performs her pieces in outfits she has made herself using fabrics that help to emulate different emotions.

Caleb Femi

Caleb Femi is the Young People’s Laureate for London.

Caleb’s commissions include the Tate Mordern, The Royal Society for Literature, Lit Festival and the Guardian. Caleb has graced major stages such as the Roundhouse mainstage, Barbican, British Library, Royal Festival Hall. He has also opened up for Lianne La Havas and has performed at many festivals including Latitude, Ed Fringe, Boomtown, Lovebox and Greenbelt to name a few. Caleb has also won the Roundhouse Poetry Slam and Genesis Poetry Slam and is currently working on a debut pamphlet.

Cecilia Knapp

Cecilia Knapp is a writer, performer and poet.

Over the last few years Cecilia has headlined at some of the UK’s top poetry nights and performed on stages at festivals including Bestival, Secret Garden Party and Wilderness. She’s also taken 3 spoken word shows to the Edinburgh Fringe and shared work at the Cheltenham Literature Festival where she was guest curator in 2016. She’s also performed internationally. Her poetry has been played on XFM, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, 5 LIVE and 1Xtra and she was recently commissioned by BBCiplayer and the TATE Britain.

View Cecilia's biography on her website

James Massiah

James Massiah is a poet and DJ from South London who shares his work via ‘The A & The E’, a philosophy and arts project founded in 2012 to explore ideas about sexuality and ethics through performance, writing and visual media 

He has been commissioned to produce work for the BBC, the Guardian, Britvic and Nike, as well as featuring in campaigns for Levi’s and Dr Martens. He has performed readings of his work at the Southbank Centre, Tate Modern, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the Houses of Parliament 

Dr Irene Noy

Irene will be giving a sensory tour of The Courtauld Gallery

Dr Irene Noy is an independent researcher and curator. Recent projects include experimental workshops at the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery that reinterpret their permanent displays. In additional to a number of existing publications on sensory perception in works created in Britain and Germany, her first book, Emergency Noises: Sound Art and Gender is scheduled to be published with Peter Lang (Oxford) later on this year. Irene holds a PhD from the Courtauld Institute of Art where she also recently completed the Sackler Research Forum Postdoctoral Fellowship.

View Irene's Courtauld Research Group Page

Ella Rimmer

Seeing/ Hearing: Music for Museums

Featuring performances and talks by Nerissa Taysom and Charlotte de Mille

The visual arts and music are often regarded as media that dispense with words. They provoke alternative senses of seeing, hearing and touching, and intuitive, subjective and empathetic modes of perception. Arguably for these arts to take on language is to become multi-media, expressing a desire to be or ‘say’ more than one media could alone. With live music performed in the galleries and case studies from recent projects, we will explore how art history and music meet can meet in the museum space.

Exhibitors

PhD students, associations and museums display their projects

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Speakers

Ranging from museum directors to academics and curators, our speakers address why art history and culture matter

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