Date of Publishing:
March 6, 2019

2017 © U-jazdowski Castle

Collective Modes of Destruction

Anna Kim

Writer Anna Kim’s lecture in the framework of the art conference ‘Balancing Togetherenss’ retraces the life of the photographer Edith Tudor-Hart (née Edith Suschitzky 1908, in Vienna, died 1973 in Brighton), who worked as a Soviet agent, photographed workers and street children from Vienna and London to give a face to poverty and social disadvantage.

Based on the surveillance protocols of the British Secret Service the lecture examines the significance of Tudor-Hart’s life, both as a photographer of social injustice and as an unpaid secret agent but also reveals the destructive impact of surveillance in her life.

December 2nd, 2017 at ‘Balancing Togetherness’, Ujazdowski Castle.

© Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art
Photographs by Edith Tudor-Hart © Wolf Suschitzky & Family.
Her estate is archived at the National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotlandstle Centre for Contemporary Art


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