BIOGRAPHY / Dr. Susan Cahill is an independent filmmaker, curator, and Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of Calgary. She is principal investigator of the SSHRC-funded “The Art & Surveillance Project,” a database dedicated to Canadian artistic engagements with the surveillance state post-9/11. This database also forms the basis for her current book project, States of Observance. An expert in Canadian contemporary settler art, Cahill has a research program that engages a number of regional contexts, including the Ontario Arts Council-Northern Arts Program funded curatorial and artist residency project “You Art Here: Visualizing Place at the ‘Gateway to the North.’” She is currently completing a documentary on the resettlement of out-port communities in Newfoundland.
Making Space, Place and Time Through Art Writing
Dylan Robinson, Jane Rendell, Helena Reckitt, Sara Raza, Susan Cahill
September 16, 2:30 – 4:20 PM
Engineered Air Theatre, 234 9 Avenue SW