Project Arts Centre and the MA in Visual Arts Practices, IADT present

Talks and Readings


Dates: 18 Jan - 18 Jan

Show Time: 3.00pm

Maeve Connolly spoke with Gill Park and Linzi Stauvers of Leeds-based commissioning organisation Pavilion, which originally commissioned Céline Condorelli’s Additionals – listen below.

Project Arts Centre and the MA in Visual Arts Practices, IADT are delighted to present a conversation between Gill Park and Linzi Stauvers of Leeds based commissioning organisation Pavilion, which originally commissioned Céline Condorelli’s Additionals, and writer and lecturer Maeve Connolly on Saturday 18th January at 3pm.

Pavilion is a commissioning organisation based in Leeds that deals with contemporary art and its politics. Pavilion presents its work as a route for audiences to further develop a critical position within the world, drawing on a breadth of practices, media and political/ philosophical thought. Its aim is to identify, open up, nurture and illuminate resonant critical practices in meaningful and stimulating ways, places and times. The conversation will discuss Pavilion’s commissioning programme, including the project based in a defunct television studio at Leeds University which resulted in the creation of Céline Condorelli’s Additionals.

Gill Park was appointed as Director of Pavilion in 2012 and is responsible for providing the artistic, curatorial and strategic leadership for the organisation. She also writes and presents on contemporary art. As Programme Producer Linzi Stauvers works to research, devise and produce aspects of Pavilion’s programme.

Maeve Connolly is a critic, lecturer and Programme Director of the MA in Visual Arts Practices (MAVIS) at IADT. She is also author of The Place of Artists’ Cinema, and the forthcoming TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television.

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