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Imogen Tyler Keynote Lecture November 15 "The Political Aesthetics of Disgust" at Nottingham Contemporary Arts Centre

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Publication date14/11/13

Shimmering, Shining, Vomiting, Glitter: The Poetics & Politics of Disgust Nottingham Contemporary/ University of Nottingham, November 14 - 15, 2013

 Taking place in parallel with a new exhibition of the work of artist collective Asco - whose name in Spanish refers to disgust, nausea, revulsion - this two day symposium seeks to explore the meaning of disgust across a range of practices, including art, literature, film and popular culture, activism, spatial practice and performance, from the twentieth century to the present day. Keynotes include: Chon Noriega (UCLA); Dominic Johnson (QMUL); Katie Jones (Nottingham) and Imogen Tyler (Lancaster).

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