FRN Presents Surfaces and Boundaries: The Legacy of Guy Bourdin with Somerset House, 13th March 2015, Londres

Fashion Research Network Presents:

Surfaces and Boundaries: The Legacy of Guy Bourdin in Collaboration with Somerset House

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We are delighted to announce ‘Surfaces and Boundaries: The Legacy of Guy Bourdin.’ The symposium, organised in collaboration with Somerset House, takes the exhibition ‘Guy Bourdin, Image Maker’ as a starting point, and examines Bourdin’s historic significance alongside his legacy in contemporary thought and image-making. Speakers will include exhibition curator Alistair O’Neill, photographer Dawn Woolley, dress historian Lucy Moyse, film and cultural theorist Pamela Church Gibson, fashion theorist Alison Bancroftand film-maker and curator, Kathryn Ferguson. Alongside other artists and fashion theorists they will examine Bourdin’s legacy in relation to three themes: Space, Skin, and Lens. Each section explores the different surfaces and boundaries within Bourdin’s work, and will address topics such as space, repetition and fetish, violence and the body, gender and the erotic image, vision and gaze, class and identity, Surrealism, and psychoanalysis.

This event takes place in the Somerset House Screening Room on Friday 13th March 2015 from 14.00 pm to 17.30 pm.

Tickets are £20, or £15 for concessions, and can be can be purchased from:

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There is limited capacity, so please book soon. We hope to see many of you at this exciting, collaborative event.

Warm Regards,

Ellen Sampson, Nathaniel Dafydd Beard, Alexis Romano and Katerina Pantelides

Co-Founders, Fashion Research Network

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