Reflections: Part 2: Female Voices in Moving Image

1 December 2021 - 18 February 2022

Opening reception: Wednesday 1 December, 5 - 8pm

Exhibition opening hours: Wed – Fri, 12 – 6pm

 

WORKPLACE

40 Margaret Street

London, W1G 0JH

 

Reflections

Part 2: Female Voices in Moving Image

 

Nia Fekri

Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński

Elizabeth Price

Agnieszka Szczotka

Rosa-Johan Uddoh

 

Workplace is pleased to announce the second iteration of Reflections, a series of sing on the practice of women identifying artists working within a particular medium. Part 2: Female Voices in Moving Image will consist of a series of screenings dealing with wide-ranging themes that highlight the breadth of approaches within this medium by women artists working today. Female narrators and protagonists are the starting points for this group of moving-image presentations located at the intersection between theory, pedagogy, performance and documentary practices. Continuously questioning the forgotten, misinterpreted and seemingly marginal stories of the past, each artist is concerned with bringing forward alternative narratives, new perspectives and understanding of their particular subject. 

 

Each artist’s presentation will take over the whole of the gallery space at 40 Margaret Street for two weeks at a time beginning with the screening of Rosa-Johan Uddoh’s work ‘Black Poirot’ launching the project on the 1st of December, and followed by Agnieszka Szczotka (15 Dec - 7 Jan), Nia Fekri (12 - 21 Jan), Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski (26 Jan - 4 Feb) and Elizabeth Price (9 - 18 Feb). Divided into focussed solo presentations, the individual screenings aim at giving a brief introduction to each artist's research and practice and its relevance and contribution to the field of moving image.