Platform Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts: ACTIVE RESEARCH LECTURE SERIES WITH IRENE BINDI, September 30

PLATFORM is pleased to present Irene Bindi, the latest speaker in our ongoing Active Research Lectures Series on 30 September, 7:00 p.m.

Tight Masking at Muster Point - Irene Bindi will use publishing industry/film projection trade metaphors to talk about some dying art abstractions, formalism as political (via Cathryn Harrison the it-girl that wasn't), an approach to regionalism, the beautiful ignorableness of the art mecca/market, and how people always in some way, look like their art.

PLATFORM's Active Research Lecture Series is free and open to the public. The lecture itself will take place in Cinematheque theatre, which is just across the lobby from us.

BIOGRAPHY
Irene Bindi is a visual artist who uses variations of collage and sound in projects that use structural and material elements of experimental cinema. She alters and physically reconstructs moving and photographic images using paper. In parallel practice she has performed a number of noise projects under her name and in collaborations including Double Hook, Deaf Squab, and Blind Squab. She has an MA in Film Studies from York University and is Production Editor at ARP Books.