Lecture date: 1997-11-19
Part of a lecture series by the painter Terry Rosenberg dealing with drawing and image making as a source of investigation. Concentrating on the notion of the relationship between the frame and the viewer, Rosenberg discusses the metaphor of the window as a place to construct the image. In the imagery of surrealist art (and elsewhere) the window has an ambiguous presence.
Terry Rosenberg is an artist and 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.