Artist Talk: Allison Katz

Image courtesy Allison Katz. Photo: Katherine Finkelstein
Image courtesy Allison Katz. Photo: Katherine Finkelstein

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Our exhibiting artist, Allison Katz, discusses her practice with Nottingham Contemporary’s director Sam Thorne.

Tracing connections between language and creative practice, Katz explores painting as conversation. In this talk, the artist discusses important literary references in her work, and her painterly attempts to achieve verbal and visual ambiguity.

About the event

Online. Free. Pre-recorded.
You can access this event through this webpage and on the Nottingham Contemporary YouTube channel.
There will be automated live captioning for this event.
A transcription will be available for download on this webpage afterwards.
We are unable to provide British Sign Language interpretation for this event.
A recording of the event will be available afterwards.
The duration of the event is one hour. A rest break is not included.

Allison Katz is a Canadian artist based in London. For more than a decade, Katz has been exploring painting's relationship to questions of identity and expression, selfhood and voice. Recent solo exhibitions of her work have been held at MIT List Visual Arts Center, Boston; Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool; The Approach, London; and Kunstverein Freiburg. Her work was recently included in group exhibitions at Fondation Carmignac, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Tate St. Ives.

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