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Welcome to Charlotte Bonham-Carter one of our new a new PhD students in CMCI !

Posted by lostincci on October 8, 2012

In her other life she has just launched two catalogues (that she co-edited) to accompany recent curatorial projects she has worked on with Art on the Underground. The launch took place at the Whitechapel Art Gallery on 3 October.

Art on the Underground, in association with Black Dog Publishing, are delighted to announce the launch of two new books―Central Line Series and One Thing Leads to Another – Everything is Connected―documenting past and ongoing temporary commissions that took place on the Central and Jubilee lines. The publications are part of a collection that will eventually comprise the commissions for all Tube lines.

For further information, please see the website: http://art.tfl.gov.uk

One Thing Leads to Another – Everything is Connected :The publication features newly commissioned essays on the history of the Jubilee line by David Rooney, Curator of Transport at the Science Museum, London and a fictional piece responding to the notion of time, travel and the city, by writer, editor and publisher Matthew Stadler.

Central Line Series :The publication contains a rich consortium of essays, explanatory texts and colour installation photographs, video stills, drawings and illustrations, and includes contributions from Mark Pagel, author of Wired for Culture; Federico Campagna, a political and literary activist and Kazys Varnelis, Director of the Network Architecture Lab at Columbia University.

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