Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Schlik the Pearl: The 'Libidinal Economics' of Painting After the Network with Sarah Cameron and Dr. Paul Pieroni

Dates and Opening times

Saturday 22 June, 4pm


5 Florence Street
G5 0YX

Presented by

Glasgow International and Celine


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

Toilets: Accessible Toilet

Against the disembodied and distributed ‘networked art’ that art historian David Joselit sees as characteristic of some of the most prominent recent painting, this discussion event with artist Sarah Cameron and art historian and curator Dr. Paul Pieroni, will consider Sarah's painting as grounded in the libidinal and as a dialogue with an erotic image of the body. Focused on Sarah's Glasgow International exhibition at Celine, Black Socks, No Panties! / The Stone Bouquet from Cologne, the discussion will expand to consider autoeroticism and the confessional in other contemporary art works, as well as in theory.

Unfortunately this event has been postponed to 4pm on Saturday 22nd June, due to illness.