Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

In conversation: Rizvana Bradley & Cameron Rowland

Dates and Opening times

Sat 15 June, 4pm


5 Florence Street
G5 0YX

Presented by

Glasgow International and Infrastructure Humanities Group at University of Glasgow


Good Access: The venue has ramped or level access and/or lifts to access upper floors

Toilets: Accessible Toilet

A conversation between scholar and theorist Rizvana Bradley and artist Cameron Rowland, touching on areas of shared interest in their research and practices. They will discuss some of the key concepts in Bradley's recent monograph Anteaesthetics: Black Aesthesis and the Critique of Form, and points of contact with Rowland's contribution to Glasgow International, Obstruction.

Cameron Rowland lives and works in Queens, New York. Rowland’s work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at the Museum MMK für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt; Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Galerie Buchholz, Cologne, Germany; Établissement d'en face, Brussels; Artists Space, New York; and Maxwell Graham Gallery, New York.

Rizvana Bradley, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies and Affiliated Faculty in the History of Art Department at the University of California, Berkeley, is the 2023-24 Terra Foundation Visiting Professor for American Art at the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies at Freie Universität Berlin. Bradley’s book, Anteaesthetics: Black Aesthesis and the Critique of Form, was published in 2023 by Stanford University Press. Her art criticism has also been published in The Yale Review, Artforum, e-flux, Art in America, and Parkett.