Carolina Saquel will reflect on the construction of the image as a process of fabrication, composition, manipulation, and viewing, speaking about the procedures of the one who “makes” images by revealing her own process, including presenting her system of references, her frameworks, and her habits. Acknowledging the influences that compose ones system of references (experiences, books, museums, television, film and video, web) and how these create “new genres” Carolina will speak to how these are heightened by the technologies and formats that we choose, as each imposes its modes of production, dissemination, and participation. The talk will invite a rich exchange with students about their own references and how they “see”.
Carolina Saquel lives and works in Paris as a filmmaker, artist and former-lawyer. She is visiting Monash University through a MADA Faculty Artist in residency program to collaborate on the webseries Distancia. An exhibition by Carolina and sound artist, Ariel Bustamante, curated by MADA PhD student Camila Marambio, runs from April 17th to May 12th at the MADA Gallery.
DATE:Tuesday, 17th April 2018
TIME: 4pm to 5pm
LOCATION :Room S901- Level 9 (Building S), Caulfield Campus
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Image Credit: Carolina Saquel, En Voz Alta, Solo Show at Galería AFA, Santiago, Chile, 2015.