the animal gaze

everting the eye

  A patient horse (yet again). I can’t help thinking what happens when it’s a student’s first time in the real world when they are not so used to being examined. I gave a pathetic little ook when they did this as I had not seen it before. Students good-naturedly rolled their eyes at me.

The Animal Gaze 2010 Symposium & Exhibition

  The success of The Animal Gaze encouraged London Met to set up a series of associated events around animals and art today. These will be part of an ongoing programme under the banner of Cass Contemporary Arts (CASSCA)…CASSCA announces another symposium on animal/human studies and contemporary art at Sir John Cass in October 2010 …

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The Animal Gaze exhibition The Animal Gaze: Contemporary Art & Animal/Human Studies was a two day symposium (Nov 20-21, 2008) and exhibition (Nov 18-Dec 12, 2008) organised and hosted by London Metropolitan University at the Sir John Cass Department of Art Media and Design in Whitechapel, London (UK). The exhibition tours to Plymouth and Exeter in 2009. …

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