A brief history of Girliness

18 Mar 2016 – 23 Apr 2016

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Fridays and Saturdays: 12-6pm

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A brief history of girliness is concerned with visible mechanisms of creative (and self-) production alongside more tacit emotional and material diversions.


The exhibition will include an obstructive installation made from exterior architectural materials and imagery from commercial products, the built environment and medicine. This arrangement of objects and images is a means of representing, in a managed way, Bailey’s relationship with ambition and forms of mobility that underlie - or undermine - her work.

Jennifer Bailey’s practice is about the permeability of art production to patriarchal structures, desire, capital and paid work, and an investigation into the visual codes that constitute authenticity. Her work often reveals the conditions of its making. Bailey sometimes takes her family, particularly her sister, as participant, subject or material. 

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Jennifer Bailey


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