Tim Brennan was born in 1966 and studied at The Slade School of Fine Art in 1990. He has exhibited internationally since 1988 and has made a significant pedagogic contributions to Dartington College of Arts and Design (Visual Performance 1992-95), Goldsmiths (MA Curating 1996-1999) and UoS (2000 to present). In 2000 Brennan was one of the first practitioners to receive a three year AHRB Fellowship in Creative and Performing Arts. Residencies have included those with The National Maritime Museum (2002), The British Museum (2003) and Mass Observation, University of Sussex/UWN (2009).Over the last two decades he has developed a methodology based on the guided walk and conversation as art, which he refers to as the manoeuvre. This activity is built on academic research to form new imaginative reflections upon the ways in which we `do history’. He has been described as one of the most important practitioners to contribute to the social and political role of contemporary art.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Venue: B&D Studios