Thursday 10 September, GoMA, Glasgow
As part of the moving image programme for Ripples on the Pond, Glasgow-based artist Sarah Forrest presents a selection of works about the composition (and decomposition) of the human body in relation to daily lived experience.
Including extracts from Jayne Parker’s groundbreaking video ‘Almost Out’ (1985), ‘Clapping Songs’ (1981) by Tina Keane, and recent work by New York-based artist Moyra Davey, the screening asks the question: what are the legacies that compose us?
This event is part of an ongoing collaboration between GoMA and LUX Scotland.
Image: Jayne Parker, ‘Almost Out’, 1985, video. Courtesy LUX