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 Screening

Gripping Wrists


9 December 2018
Belmont Filmhouse
49 Belmont St
Aberdeen AB10 1JS

Stephanie Mann, A conglomerate of voices rise up like hidden steam, 2016 / Image courtesy of the artist



www.luxscotland.org

Supported by Aberdeen City Council and LUX Scotland.

Images by Grant Anderson.
Gripping Wrists is a screening of artists’ moving image works programmed by artist-led initiative Tendency Towards. Focusing variously on the production of desire, rituals and mechanisms, as well as the influence of mythology and storytelling on social constructs, the works in the programme share an interest in the narrative of communal spaces, exploring the conjunction of language and physical staging.

Gripping Wrists marks the first stage in a series of curatorial research projects that Tendency Towards is undertaking, that reflect on organisational and relationship structures within artist-led initiatives and their wider publics.



Programme:

Michaela Cullen & Declan Colquitt, Double Dropping on a Phantom Island, 2018. HD video, 18 min 26 sec

Winnie Herbstein, Circling Roads, 2016. HD video, 7 mins 48 sec.

Delaine LeBas, I Bequeath Myself to the Dirt to Grow the Grass That I Love, If You Want Me Again Look for Me Under Your Boot Soles, 2014. SD video, 5 min

Gweni Llwyd & Marged Tudur, Croeso i Gaernarfon, 2018. SD video, 5 mins

Stephanie Mann, A Conglomerate of Voices Rise Up Like a Hidden Stream, 2016. HD video, 2 min 52 sec

Rehana Zaman, Lourdes, 2018. HD video.


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