Lecture date: 1997-11-26
Part of a lecture series by the painter Terry Rosenberg dealing with drawing and image making as a source of investigation. Rosenberg deploys the concept of the dissecting table as a literal and metaphorical site from which to continue examining – particularly in relation to the body – the imbrication of visuality and imagination addressed in earlier lectures.
Terry Rosenberg is a lecturer in Design at Goldsmiths College, UCL. He has lectured in Fine Art and Design in a number of art schools in London, including a five-year period at the RCA.