February 9 to February 16

Emma Woffenden Ivana Vollaro SE Barnet Ana Mendes Katja Stuke Natacha Nisic Manuela Morgaine QUARANTA LACRIME – FORTY TEARSCecilia Mangini just passed away on January 21, 2021. She was a pioneer in Italian documentary cinema, politically engaged alongside Pier Paolo Pasolini. It is he who writes the words of STENDALÌ around the lamentations and funeral songs of […]

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February 2 to February 9

Ana Mendes Emma Woffenden Detty Flynn Liza Dimbley Letter from Glasgow: Ten Rooms There are rooms that I return to readily, where I sink in to the conversations, the to and fro that keeps us warm. I take my place at the table or on the lit-couchette. The other rooms that inhabit me are ones where […]

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January 26 to February 2

Anne Dubos I have a friend based in Durham (NC) that last year, invited me for a workshop at the feminist studies department. She directs a project called «Care». Her main question is : what is the value of care. If time is a currency, I started wondering what is the value of a mother care. read more […]

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January 19 to January 26

Manuela Morgaine   Luise Schröder   Liza Dimbleby Schubert, Kennst du das Land? D. 321Letter from Glasgow: Sehnsucht 19th January 2018 at 10.32 (Glasgow) I think I’m only just realising the prejudice we grew up with in England against the German language as somehow military and hard hatted. Listening to another Schubert/Goethe song today: Kennst du […]

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January 12 to January 19

    Natacha Nisic   Manuela Morgaine     Dettie Flynn   Luise Schröder   Anne Brunswic L’Assaut du canal n°165 La seconde est mieux composée et mieux éclairée mais je préfère la première. Quel besoin avait-il, ce petit commissaire en vareuse de cuir de se planter en plein milieu de la photo en prenant […]

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December 15 to December 22

Ivana Vollaro Katja Stuke Anne Brunswic Qu’ils regardent Olga ou moi en train de photographier Olga ou le spectacle pittoresque que nous donnons tous les deux d’un photographe prisonnier ajustant le cadre sur une ouvrière prisonnière, cela m’est bien égal, je leur ai déjà demandé deux fois de sortir du champ et ils traînent, je […]

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December 8 to December 15

SEBarnet Luise Schröder Katja Stuke Maithili Bavkar The saree, which is the traditional Indian woman’s attire, is rarely found in black. It is considered an inauspicious colour for an occasion such as an Indian wedding. For me the black saree in this work is specifically a bride’s saree. In India, it is necessary for all […]

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December 1 to December 8

  Liza Dimbleby Letter from Glasgow: MUSICA ADVENTUS The rows of yellow windows are folded about the tree like an Advent calendar, they watch over and echo the yellows of the tree’s leaves. Each time I enter the room I check up on the tree, on the leaves that remain and inflect the space about […]

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24 November to 1 December

  Ivana Vollaro   Liza Dimbleby Letter from Glasgow: PROMISED LAND I have become accustomed to the rhythm of my everyday circuit, crossing the park to school and back to the flat, crossing the flat to the kitchen window and back to my desk, day after day. In my small and mostly solitary circling there […]

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3 November to 10 November

  Ruth Maclennan An extended interruption I can’t see any thing clearly right now. Not because of a lack of clarity on my part, though there may be, but because of the suspense of the past days and nights and those around the corner. Click to read more    Catherine Rodosa Kyoko Kasuya Just before […]

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