Ed Webb-Ingall is a filmmaker and writer with an interest in exploring histories, practices and forms of collectivity and collaboration. His current research examines the ways in which video technology operated within social contexts and how concepts of mobility and access intersect with political platforms of community-based activism and forms of representation. He is currently a mentor at Open School East, London and carrying out a two-year residency at The Showroom, London. He is also a TECHNE PhD candidate at Royal Holloway University, England, where his research focuses on the history and practice of community video in the UK between 1968 and 1981.
The venue for this talk is Lecture Theatre A (Room 2.23) in the Houldsworth Building (Engineering), University of Leeds. Directions to the venue can be found online here.
The VAT series hosts talks by an exciting range of arts practitioners from around the world every Wednesday afternoon 14:00 to 15:30 during teaching weeks.
All of our talks are compulsory for all Fine Art students but open to anyone else who would like to join us.
Image: Ed Webb-Ingall