Category Archives: Programme C

Visual Culture, Transmigration and Spectatorship

Review of the week

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As the week of screenings and discussions draws to a close, the co-researchers will discuss the ways in which their involvement in the research process has impacted on their lives. They will be joined by Visual Anthropologist Sarah Thomas and Dr. David Dibosa. The week’s observer, Dr. Raimi Gbadamoshi will present his reflections.

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Visual Culture: Assembling an Analysis
Visual Culture: Assembling an Analysis

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This session will bring together critical thinkers who have been crucial to the development of Visual Cultures. The panel will include Professor Irit Rogoff, Professor of Visual Culture, Goldsmiths College, University of London and Dr. Marquand Smith, Principal Lecturer in Visual Culture Studies, University of Westminster. They will be joined by Dr. David Dibosa and Dr. Raimi Gbadamoshi.

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Seeing on the Move: Co-researchers Presentations | Cultural Legacies

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Co-researchers Rebecca Cairns, Jacqueline Ryan and Patrick Tubridy, present their work, asking whether Tate Britain allows people with diverse backgrounds to engage with culture across generations within families.  This session will also contain a screening of an ethnographic film looking at co-researchers’ lives. It will be followed by a panel discussion with Visual Anthropologist  Sarah Thomas and Co-Investigator Dr. David Dibosa.  Dr. Raimi Gbadamoshi will present reflections on the work.

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Jacqueline Ryan
and Patrick Tubridy

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Seeing on the Move: Co-researchers Presentations | Imaginative Journeys

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Co-researchers Mary Ampomah, Nicola Oyejobi and Deep Rajput present their work, focusing on the way that cultural institutions reflect key issues in their lives. This session will also contain a screening of an ethnographic film looking at co-researchers’ life-worlds. This session will be followed by a panel discussion with Visual Anthropologist Sarah Thomas and Co-Investigator Dr. David Dibosa. Dr. Raimi Gbadamoshi will present reflections on the work.

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Seeing on the Move: Co-researchers Presentations | Playful Interventions

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Co-researchers Adekunle Detokunbo-Bello and Maria Cinta Esmel Pamies present their work, looking at ways of engaging creatively with museums beyond the conventions. The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion with Visual Anthropologist  Sarah Thomas and Co-Investigator Dr. David Dibosa.  Dr. Raimi Gbadamoshi will present reflections on the work.

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Seeing on the Move: Co-researchers Presentations | Hidden Agendas?

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Co-researchers Aminah Borg-Luck and Dana Mendonca  present their work, opening up unasked questions regarding the financing of museums and the purposes behind research. The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion with Visual Anthropologist Sarah Thomas and Co-Investigator Dr. David Dibosa.  Dr. Raimi Gbadamoshi will present reflections on the work.

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Seeing on the Move: Co-researchers Presentations | Tate and its Publics

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Co-researchers Robbie Sweeny and Tracey Jordan present their work, highlighting concerns with the way cultural institutions relate to the lives of their audiences. The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion with Visual Anthropologist Sarah Thomas and Co-Investigator Dr. David Dibosa.  Dr. Raimi Gbadamoshi will present reflections on the work.

Tate and its Publics

  • Dr David Dibosa, The Engine Room, University Arts London
  • Dr Raimi Gbadamosi, Artist
  • Robbie Sweeny, Co-researcher
  • Tracey Jordan, Co-researcher
  • Sarah Thomas, Research Assistant

Taking their own experience of migration as a starting point, the co-researchers in this session take a sidelong look at Tate Britain as a national institution often regarded as the custodian of British Art. Through a series of films and slideshows, the co-researchers look at issues such as the funding of national museums, the place of popular culture, the relationship of national museums to British Imperial history and the status of research.
Co-researchers Robbie Sweeny and Tracey Jordan present their work, highlighting concerns with the way cultural institutions relate to the lives of their audiences

Watch the films in this recording here:  Tracey Jordan and Robbie Sweeny

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In conversation: The Context of Being a Co-researcher

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A central focus for Tate Encounters has been the engagement of volunteer participants in museum practices. This has involved: the viewing of exhibitions, participation in museum events, as well as visits ‘behind the scenes’. As a result of this activity, films and other visual media works have been made collaboratively with different members of the Tate Encounters Research team. Volunteer participants who generated visual media works became more fully involved in the research process and have been called ‘co-researchers’.
This session brings a group of the Tate Encounters co-researchers together with researcher Sarah Thomas, who worked closely with several of them to produce ethnographic films tracing their life-world experience. They will be joined by Dr David Dibosa and Dr Raimi Gbadamoshi.

  • Dr David Dibosa, The Engine Room, University Arts London
  • Dr Raimi Gbadamosi, Artist
  • Sarah Thomas, Research Assistant
  • Jacqueline Ryan, Co-researcher
  • Mary Ampomah, Co-researcher
  • Adekunle Detokunbo-Bello, Co-researcher
  • Tracey Jordan, Co-researcher

This session brings a group of the Tate Encounters co-researchers together with Visual Anthropologist Sarah Thomas, who worked closely with several of them to produce ethnographic films tracing their life-world experience. They will be joined by Dr David Dibosa and Dr Raimi Gbadamoshi.

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Programme C

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Models of practice: New Approaches to Museums Research

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  • Dr David Dibosa, The Engine Room, University Arts London
  • Dr Raimi Gbadamosi, Artist
  • Veronica Sekules, Head of Education and Research, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia
  • Professor Janet Holland, SPUR Research Institute
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