27th November 2018

The works of William Blake have been providing artists and academics with inspiration for centuries. Dieter Löchle’s productive discourse with Blake, in particular, has shown many layers over the last 40 years. Beginning in academia it has grown and evolved leading to a kind of künstlerpaar relationship that has defined his calendar publications, performances and installations. “a wilderness of joy”… what it means to be inspired by William Blake: Dieter Löchle’s current William Blake Project is an open seminar run by Dr Sibylle Earle, Reader in English Literature at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU), which will explore this ongoing relationship by examining a range of Löchle’s creations. The seminar takes place Thursday 6 December 2018 5.30pm – 7.00pm - Robert Hardy Seminar 1 All are welcome please contact sibylle.erle@bishopg.ac.uk to register.