Grand Union is pleased to present slope-tend-big, a project by Mathew Parkin for SHOUT Queer Arts Festival 2016. The gallery will be transformed into a queer social space, with a changing installation of artworks and a public programme of events. Parkin will present his own work, alongside that of invited artists and writers, to form a wider conversation about queer artistic practice.
A selection of artists films to be shown within his installation slope-tend-big at Grand Union. The videos speak about queer desire, eroticism of the body, female identity and of mortality. Featuring work by:
Marlon T. Riggs