Dorothy Hunter / Robert Spragg – Artist Talk
22 February 2013
Our inaugural Outbound Residents, Dorothy Hunter and Robert Spragg each give a talk presenting their practices and what they were working on during their time in Berlin.
Dorothy Hunter is a Belfast-based artist. Her work explores artistic, historical and geographic territories, looking toward the dynamics of space and society through sculptural and imaging processes. She received a first class honours degree in fine art from University College Falmouth in 2011, and is currently a co-director of Platform Arts, a studio and gallery space in Belfast. For more info, see her website.
Robert Spragg is a recent graduate of the MFA Curating programme at Goldsmiths University, London, having previously obtained his Bachelors degree in Art History from Lancaster University. Amongst his independent projects, he has produced a number of exhibitions, publications and film screenings in London, and is a member of the curatorial collective ‘VOL.1’. Previous to this he curated exhibitions over the period of year in his house in Dusseldorf under the moniker ‘Subject Matter’.
Image: Dorothy Hunter, Inertia (2011).