Tim Gregory

Resident at Large | September, 2014

Tim Gregory is a Sydney-based conceptual artist who works at the intersection of installation, performance and academic discourse. He is currently a lecturer at UNSW Art & Design, and also has a collaborative practice with artist Oliver Watts. His focused two-week residency is a research oriented project which builds on his expertise around the spatio-political potentiality of pornography.

As a part of his PICA residency, Gregory will perform a public endurance lecture about pornography. A speech that goes on too long is something we have all endured. From drunken wedding speeches to filibusters, long speeches are as compelling as they are excruciating. Gregory is a scholar of pornography (really!), he has lectured, exhibited and published on the topic. He understands the unique state in which pornography can be discussed academically while at the same time negotiating its taboo.

Gregory has delivered performance lectures at the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Sydney Biennale.

 


Tim Gregory is a conceptual artist who works at the intersection of installation, performance and academic discourse. He has delivered performance lectures at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Sydney Biennale. He is currently lecturer at the College of Fine Art, UNSW. For the last five years he has published and exhibited on the spatio-political potentiality of pornography.

 

  • Date

    23 September, 2014