We are very pleased to welcome Bryony Quinn, to the MAGMD Guest Practitioner Series 2017 on Monday 06 Feb, 4.30-5.30pm, D209. Bryony, a writer, editor and lecturer based in the…
We are very pleased to welcome Bryony Quinn, to the MAGMD Guest Practitioner Series 2017 on Monday 06 Feb, 4.30-5.30pm, D209. Bryony, a writer, editor and lecturer based in the UK, will present a performance lecture from her project, The Oblique:
The Oblique is a written research project devoted to diagonals: from metaphorical slants that suggest digression and a departure from perpendicular thinking, to the literal and spatial slopes that divide the world around us. Taken from a chapter titled ‘Slippage’ that includes references to design, art, literature and architecture, this presentation will explore the conceptual cross-overs between seemingly disparate subjects via a series of definitions of inclination on the eye, body and mind.
Bryony Quinn is a writer, editor and lecturer. She holds a MA in Critical Writing in Art & Design from the Royal College of Art and a BA in Illustration from Camberwell College of Arts. During her time at the RCA she edited issue 18 of ARC, the student-led journal, co-organised a conference on the life and work of John Berger, art-directed the book ALBETOPOLIS COMPANION and received the annual critical writing prize for her final project on OBLIQUITY. She has contributed to various art and culture magazines, is a former assistant editor at It’s Nice That and is the current UK events organiser for Cabinet Magazine.