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Online lecture by Mitch Miller / Glasgow Dialectogram: Dialectograms and why I make them. (23/04)


We invite you to join the GOING PUBLIC (online) lecture #10, part of the Craftsmanship engagement curated by Tomas Ooms:

“Dialectogram and why I make them.”

Thursday 23/04/2020, 17h30
Everyone is welcome to join the online lecture! Feel free to join on https://zoom.us/j/95508773626

This lecture is organized in tandem with Dear Hunter (lecture on 22/04) who will respond to Miller’s talk.

Dialectograms are intricate illustrations of place made mostly in the city of Glasgow. This lecture details the ideas and methods used to capture various contested narrative of a shifting, unstable post-industrial city.

Mitch Miller is an artist and researcher. His ‘dialectograms’ have engaged with the post-industrial landscape of Central Scotland – travellers’ yards, tower blocks, student protests and music venues, to name just a few. Recent projects include the ‘Inner City’ exhibition at the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, work with the Warzone Collective in Belfast and his current role as Artist in Residence for Glasgow City Council. He lectures at Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow.

The GOING PUBLIC program of the Faculty of Architecture is a series of lectures, exhibitions and publications organized throughout the year highlighting certain themes and topics that are important within each of the 4+1 Engagements: Urban Cultures, Mediating Tactics, Craftsmanship, Legacy and the Brussels Way.