*Lorie Jo Trainor Buckingham and Ana Vicente’s durational presentation will be open from 5pm. Please come early if you’d like to spend more time with them.
Join us to celebrate 2019 BANNER artists Sharon Fraser and collaborative duo Lorie Jo Trainor Buckingham and Ana Vicente.
Over the course of the evening at Toynbee Studios these artists will present work spanning performance, film and site-specific work.
Lorie Jo Trainor Buckingham and Ana Vicente
Lorie Jo and Ana are showcasing their research into time as material over a period of 3 hours using a structured process of efficient collaboration. They will document this through conversation, re enactment and film, considering the tensions between urban, lunar and embodied time. The audience is invited to witness and/or participate in this durational event beginning at 5pm.
Sharon Fraser will present an excerpt of a piece of work that explores her experience of being a working-class woman/mother/artist and the challenges that brings. Sharon invites you into her home in Caldercruix, Scotland to examine her life, her headspace and her daily rituals.
We will show a short film which documents the site-specific piece using autobiographical material to explore themes of classism, isolation and feeling trapped within a system. The work pioneers change by acting as a profile for working-class women's voices to be heard. Following the sharing there will be a conversation between Sharon Fraser and Siobhán McGrath, Artsadmin’s Education Producer.
BANNER is an award for artists graduating from art school, supported by Goldsmiths University of London, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Live Art Development Agency. The award offers a holistic programme of support combining ongoing dialogue, participation in artist development labs, peer exchange and public presentation.
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