Show Me the Money – Headless exhibition to launch at MBS – 14 July

0

Panel Discussion: Aesthetics of Money and Finance: contemporary art reflects on offshore finance

As part of the Show Me the Money exhibition which will tour Manchester’s People’s History Museum throughout July, Manchester Business School will exhibit the Swedish contemporary artist duo Goldin+Senneby’s work Headless. The Headless exhibition will be opened by Peter Knight, co-curator of the Show Me the Money exhibition, and a panel discussion on aesthetics of money and finance and the Goldin+Senneby’s ghost-written novel Headless will follow. Goldin+Senneby’s work Headless is heavily influenced by the French philosopher and writer George Bataille’s work on sovereignty, sexuality and economy. The panellists will discuss the tradition of artistic and literary work commenting on financial crises, political economy and capitalism; anthropology of money; and glamour of high finance.

The Panel
Ismail Ertürk, Senior Lecturer, Banking, Manchester Business School
Peter Folkman, Honorary Professor, Manchester Business School
Ed Granter, Lecturer, Organisation and Society, Manchester Business School
Liz McFall, Head of Sociology, Open University
Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov, Lecturer, Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge

Tuesday 14 July 2015
5.15pm-7.30pm
MBS East Atrium

To book your place email: events@mbs.ac.uk

Share.

About Author

Manchester Business School has a global reputation for innovative and influential teaching and research, which impacts business on a local, national and international level. We call this Original Thinking Applied.

Comments are closed.