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12:30 - 13:30 13 June 2014
Showing Seeing by Helena Hunter: Screening and discussion with Saradha Soobrayen
UCL Art Museum |
Gower St | London | WC1E 6BT | United Kingdom
Helena Hunter, Artist/, UCL, Helena Hunter is based in London, her work spans live performance and the moving image. She has exhibited nationally and internationally including screenings and performances at: The Barbican Art Gallery, Art13 Art Fair, Ceri Hand Gallery, Flat Time House, Jerome Zodo Contemporary (Milan), Manchester Art Gallery, Instantantee (Rome), City of Women (Ljubljana). She was shortlisted for The Arts Foundation Award in 2011 and the UKYA British Art Showcase in 2010.
Saradha Soobrayen, Poet/Writer, Saradha Soobrayen is a poet and writer who lives and works in London. Several anthologies have featured Soobrayen’s poems, including Oxford Poets Anthology, Poetry Review and The Forward Book of Poetry. She was named by The Guardian as one of 'Twelve to Watch' up and coming new generation of poets and won an Eric Gregory Award for her poetry. She has served as editor for Chroma and reviews editor for Modern Poetry in Translation.
Join Helena Hunter for a screening of her new short film Showing Seeing followed by a discussion with poet and writer Saradha Soobrayen. The film is set in an optical museum and a museum of theatre and performance. The settings present a framing device for a personal narrative that negotiates the visual acts of remembering and forgetting. As the camera contemplates theatrical objects and optical artefacts a voice recounts experiences relating to looking, training, and performance. This event is part of the One Day in the City Festival at UCL and the Slade/UCL Art Museum Group Exhibition.
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