Tuesday Talk - Ele Carpenter

The Tuesday Talks programme, curated by Lancaster Arts and Lancaster University's Fine Art Department, invites artists, thinkers and curators to explore an aspect of their practice in a lunch-hour. 


Ele Carpenter is a curator, writer and researcher in politicised art and social networks of making. She is curatorial researcher in Nuclear Culture with The Arts Catalyst, Senior Lecturer in MFA Curating and convenor of the Nuclear Culture Research Group at Goldsmiths, University of London. The Nuclear Culture Project involves field trips, commissioning new work and curating exhibitions, film screenings and roundtable discussions. In 2014 Ele worked with S-AIR in Sapporo to curate the Actinium exhibition, forum and field trips to nuclear sites in Japan. Ele is curator of: 'Perpetual Uncertainty' Bildmuseet, Sweden (Oct 2016 - April 2017); 'Material Nuclear Culture' KARST, Plymouth (June-Aug 2016); and is editor of The Nuclear Culture Source Book, Black Dog Publishing in partnership with Bildmuseet and Arts Catalyst. 

Event Details

Approx 60 mins


Free to attend and open to all - just turn up. 

All talks take place in the LICA Building, in room A27. 

Deep Field Nuclear Golf, Dave Griffiths, 2016