From Elterwater to Eidsvatnet: All Paths Lead to Water

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Abstract

Speakers include: Jenny Powell, Tate Britain Curator (Kurt Schwitters in England exhibition Tate Britain, 2013); Guy Moreton – Southampton Solent University (From Elterwater to Eidsvatnet: All Paths Lead to Water) Tordis Berstrand University of Kent (The Merzbau and the Problem of Dwelling); Dr Cian Quayle, University of Chester, (Manx Merz - Schwitters on the Isle of Man); Rob Airey Curator Hatton Gallery University of Newcastle (researching Kurt Schwitters' Merz Barn wall art work); Cecil Balmond <http://www.balmondstudio.com/main/> the proposed Merzbau pavilion architectural commissions project at Tate Britain, 2013
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCurating Merz: Kurt Schwitters in England Research Symposium
Publication statusUnpublished - 19 Jul 2012

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    Moreton, G. (2012). From Elterwater to Eidsvatnet: All Paths Lead to Water. Unpublished. In Curating Merz: Kurt Schwitters in England Research Symposium