Location: Bermondsey Project screening space
Cedar Lewisohn and Nervemeter (Ian Allison and Kieron Livingstone) in Conversation with Iphgenia Baal
The Nervemeter is an autonomous, non-profit magazine which is sold on the streets by the homeless. Founded by writer/editor Ian Allison and designer Kieron Livingstone, The Nervemeter has no advertising resulting in the magazine having a unique visual style and critical content. Each issue addresses a prescient social theme; past issues have dealt with wealth, madness and ‘alternative’ employment.
Cedar Lewisohn is an artist and curator based in London. He has recently been working on The Canals Project, a series of public art works for the canals of East London. In 2013 organised The Hecklers, a group exhibition for The New Art Gallery Walsall. Between 2005 and 2011 he worked as a curator for Tate. Lewisohn is the author of two books published by Tate and Merrell and has edited and published many publications over the last ten years.
This talk will be an opportunity to hear about how different approaches to curating and self publishing.