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Talk: In Conversation: The Sea Horizon

National Museum Cardiff
17 June 2023 , 14:00
Cost £15 | £12 Concession
Suitability 16+*

Join us to hear artist Garry Fabian Miller in conversation with Martin Barnes (Senior Curator of Photography, V&A) and Bronwen Colquhoun (Senior Curator of Photography, Amgueddfa Cymru) about his life, practice and collaborations. This event has been programmed in conjunction with the exhibition Môrwelion/The Sea Horizon which is currently on display at National Museum Cardiff until 10 September 2023. 

Môrwelion/The Sea Horizon will be open for those that would like to view the exhibition before the event. Attendees are invited to enjoy music performed by Composition students from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in the gallery from 1-1:45pm. These new works have been composed in response to The Sea Horizon exhibition. 

The talk will be followed by a screening of five short films made by the artist in collaboration with Sam Fabian Miller. The films invite you to explore Garry Fabian Miller’s ‘camera-less’ practice that experiments with darkness and light, and weaves in work by the artists, writers and thinkers that have inspired him over the years, including Alice Oswald, Oliver Coates and Kathleen Francis.


 2023 marks a celebration of the artist’s life and work with a survey exhibition, Adore, at Arnolfini from 18 February – 28 May, and an exhibition and publication of his memoir, The Dark Room, produced as part of his Honorary Fellowship with the Bodleian Library, Oxford University. 

• This is an English language event

Concession eligibility: Students with NUS or those in receipt of benefits. Over 60’s, Under 18’s* (16-18 year olds must be accompanied by a participating adult) 

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