Wednesday 19 October, 18.00 - 19.30
Talk in Pitt Rivers Lecture Theatre. Entry via Robinson Close, off South Parks Road.Tickets: Friends free, Non-Friends £5, Online free but donations welcome.
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Artist Katie Taylor explores the lives lived by unidentified human remains, through a consideration of the belongings found with them.
About the Speaker
Katie Taylor is an artist and PhD researcher at Oxford Brookes University, whose work explores how we consider the lives lived by unidentified human remains, through a consideration of the belongings found with them. Her practice-based approach aims to raise questions about how we consider, think about, and remember the lives that were lived. She often utilises unexpected materials within her work that act as a metaphor to reference the body, whilst exploring the sites to death to investigate remaining presence.
Talk organised by the Friends of Pitt Rivers Museum - everyone welcome. Doors open at 18.00 and refreshments will be served. Talk starts at 18.30.