The Ends of Dissolution

Lecture by David Bate

20—20 sep 2011

London

For this talk, David Bate explored relations between photography and dissolution in the context of our exhibition ‘Haunting the Chapel: Photography and Dissolution‘ at our London gallery. He explored the idea of a process of decay as it relates to both photography and the allegorical meanings that may arise from it.

David Bate is a photo-artist and writer, his recent works include Australian PicnicBungled Memories and Zone. His books are Photography: Key Concepts and Photography and Surrealism, Sexuality, Colonialism and Social Dissent, 2004. He teaches photography at the University of Westminster, London, UK.