Exhibition

#51RememberHer Goes Digital - Free event

25 Mar 2017

Event times

4pm - 6pm

Cost of entry

#FREE

Tower Gallery

London
England, United Kingdom

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  • 262, 276 ,
  • Plaistow/ Canning Town
  • Stratford

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A month long exhibition celebrating female creativity (launched on #IWD2017) #51RememberHer, goes digital with a Pop Up Cinema of powerful and challenging animation, curated by international artist, film maker, and Head of Royal College Animation Dr Birgitta Hosea

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51RememberHer Goes Digital, Saturday March 25th

Curated by Rebecca Feiner

As part of the month long exhibition celebrating female creativity (launched on #IWD2017) #51RememberHer, goes digital with a Pop Up Cinema of powerful and challenging animation, curated by international artist, film maker, and Head of Royal College Animation Dr Birgitta Hosea

THE LYING BELLY is a programme selected from over 30 years of archives at the Royal College of Art. These experimental films, all beautifully hand drawn, are experiemntal in nature, and unblinking in their adult themes, of war, displacement, identity, ageing, and sexuality.
RĂ©ka Gacs, Nothing Happened Today, Yuka Takeda, White Hair, Marte Reis Andrade, Come to Me, Ruth Lingford, Baggage, Jenny Jokela, Smile, Ngendo Mukii, Yellow Fever, Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits, My Mothers Coat, Maryam Mohajer, And Life Went On, Birgitta Hosea, Erasure, Alys Hawkins, Hysteria,
Alys Hawkins, Crying and Wanking, Alice de Barrau, Lying Belly.

This programme is dedicated to the memory of Alice de Barrau, a talented young artist whose life was cut short by a tragic accident in December 2016.
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In the upper circle two international artist photographers, Susana Sanroman and India Roper-Evans screen video installations both inspired by India. EAST OF EDEN by Susana Sanroman reflects the role of women with intricate connections of Mother Nature and womanhood revealed in series of ritualistic elements commenting on the cycles of life and death.
SUBMERGED by India Roper-Evans explores 'A western woman being submerged in India's culture'
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Screenings are preceded with performances by artist Sooz Belnavis THE RED LINE an empowering participatory performance and spken word from Emma Roper-Evans BEFORE THE EXTINCTION "...a frayed manuscript, spinning in space waiting to be read..."

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East Edge Sisters Cafe returns bringing pop corn & light refreshments from 4pm

#51%RememberHer exhibition continues @ Tower Gallery until
April 8th and is an offsite project by Elements Gallery London curator Rebecca Feiner. For further information and press please contact the curator.

Curators

Rebecca Feiner

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