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De/coding the Apocalypse Talk 2014 by Alfredo Cramerotti

De/coding the Apocalypse Talk  2014

talk, debate

Michael Takeo Magruder and Alfredo Cramerotti in conversation:
De/coding the Apocalypse.

Exhibition preview & talk 6 November 2014. Introduction by Prof. Ben Quash.

King's College London
Somerset House East Wing
Inigo Rooms
Strand, London WC2R 2LS
UK

 

De/coding the Apocalypse is a new exhibition by visual artist Michael Takeo Magruder exploring contemporary creative visions inspired by and based on the Book of Revelation.

 

The exhibition is an interdisciplinary collaboration supported by the Cultural Institute that blends arts practice and academic research and follows a one-year artist's residency by Michael Takeo Magruder in the Department of Theology & Religious Studies at King's College London, in partnership with MOSTYN contemporary art centre and funded by the Leverhulme Trust.

 

Michael Takeo Magruder has produced works in response to specialist "readings" of the Book, provided by scholars representing the diversity of sub-disciplines that are typically part of the study of religion. His conversers were Prof. Ben Quash, Dr. Edward Adams, Ms. Michelle Fletcher, Dr. Natasha O'Hear, and Dr. Aaron Rosen.