Crowd Theory: artist talk with Simon Terrill
Join artist Simon Terrill in conversation with CCP Curator, Madé Spencer-Castle as he speaks about Crowd Theory - a major survey of his monumental photographs that explore crowd dynamics and the relationship between urban architectural spaces and those who inhabit them.
For more information on Crowd Theory, see our exhibitions page.
About Simon Terrill
Simon is an Australian artist based in London. Working with photography, sculpture, installation, drawing and video, his work explores architectural spaces and their received narratives, public and private identities, and the idea of the crowd as a tool to examine architecture, identity, community and a performance of self. His ongoing Crowd Theory project consists of large-scale, stage-managed public events resulting in exhibitions at the sites of their creation along with collaborations with museums and public galleries to extend the images and stories outwards.
Simon Terrill is represented by Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.
This exhibition has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body; NETS Victoria’s Exhibitions Development Fund, supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria; and The Centre for the Study of the Networked Image, London South Bank University.