Terminalia 24 – a provocation

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Duration 21 minutes
Terminalia 24

Terminalia is the ancient Roman festival of Terminus, the god of boundaries.
Artists were invited by artist curator Kel Portman to respond to a provocation and to submit images and words that reflected the notion of boundaries, wether physical, metaphorical or personal,

Credits

Suze Adams, Roz Chalk, Sabine Crittall, Alexander Caminada, Tamsin Grainger, Janette Kerr, Kel Portman, Kate Roberts, Liberty Rowley, Jacqui Strean, David Tidsall

Kel Portman

Kel Portman

Marŝarto23 shortlisted

Kel Portman is an artist, curator, independent researcher and educator. Co-founder of walking artists collective Walking the Land Former senior lecturer in printmaking, photography and digital arts at The London College of Printing (now the London Colleg...

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