Exhibition Talk, 'Subjects: ....M.A.L.E.S'

Image Credit: Amy Goodwin

Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre, Milford, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0AT

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Thursday 31 May 2018 – Sunday 30 September 2018
14/07/2018, 2pm - 3.30pm
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm
Not necessary, can turn up on the day.

This talk coincides with my solo exhibiton, 'Subjects: ....M.A.L.E.S', currently installed at Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre, until the end of September. This exhibition is the third and final marking of the halfway moment in my PhD enquiry, following on from recent residencies at Juniper Bespoke and Old Bank Studios, and builds on tests that were undertaken there.

The exhibition at Dingles showcases the mapping of all five of the fairground females being re-established in the PhD enquiry, using colour to signify where they intersected and communicated. The series' of folded works on paper exist to map out narrative snippets of each of the females lives - dubious stories, newspaper fragments and archival photographs. The hanging system, of folded papers suspended in the air, is designed to highlight the breadth of research completed: each sheet of paper representing a year and each fold a month. Now complete, the PhD enquiry is set to evolve to creating signwritten works, conveying narratives of the females and re-establishing both their identities and the connections between them all.

The exhibition is kindly supported by G. F. Smith and funded by Daughters of the Daily Special.

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