Wadham DPhil Kelly Lloyd on Present


May 23




Online via Zoom


Charles de Agustin (Ruskin MFA 2021) has started a new project called Present, which focuses on experimenting with online events as an artistic and discursive form. You’re invited to join the first event, led by artist Kelly Lloyd (current Wadham DPhil)

Lloyd will facilitate an open-ended discussion around the nature of "presenting" in a post-pandemic art world full of introverts, grant applications requiring public engagement, and institutions trying to salvage their front-end programming. Please RSVP to charlesdeagustin@me.com for the Zoom details. Learn more about Present at this webpage.

Kelly Lloyd is a transdisciplinary artist who focuses on issues of representation and knowledge production and prioritizes public-facing collaborative research. Lloyd has recently held solo exhibitions at the Royal Academy Schools (London), Crybaby (Berlin), Bill’s Auto (Chicago), Demo Room (Aarhus), and Dirty House (London) for which she won the Art Licks Workweek Prize.

Lloyd was the Starr Fellow at the Royal Academy Schools during the 2018/19 school year and is currently studying at The University of Oxford's Ruskin School of Art and Wadham College for her DPhil in Practice-Led Fine Art with support from an All Souls-AHRC Graduate Scholarship and an Open-Oxford-Cambridge Doctoral Training Programme Studentship. In 2021, Lloyd launched This Thing We Call Art, a podcast and online archive featuring excerpts from 50+ interviews with people in the arts she has conducted since 2017.