Sun 25 Mar 2018 / 7.30pm

Glasgow Film Theatre
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This event explores self-organisation, DIY cultures and the ways in which people resist an ever-increasing demand to professionalise and legitimise their actions. With live musical performances from Alicia Matthews (LAPS and Sue Zuki) and Susannah Stark alongside a programme of moving image including Lucy Thane’s
It Changed My Life: Bikini Kill In the UK (1993), Alberta Whittle’s Mammmmmmmmywata presents Life Solutions International (2016) and Juliana Huxtable’s A Split During Laughter at the Rally (2017). Alberta Whittle will also be sharing a new text based piece.

The programme is curated by Celine, an artist-run exhibition space in Glasgow, and brings into focus the power of friend-based networks. Celine was established in September 2015 and is currently run by Céline Amendola, Adam Lewis Jacob and Michael White.

Lucy Thane, It Changed My Life: Bikini Kill In the UK, 1993. Courtesy of the artist and Cinenova.



Celine is an artist run exhibition space in Glasgow established in September 2015.

It is currently run by Céline AmendolaDavid ExcoffierAdam Lewis Jacob and Michael White.