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To recognise with the certainty of an ideal sibling

To recognise with the certainty of an ideal sibling
Saturday 13 April 2019, 2–4.30pm

This screening and discussion explores collective and personal experience, tenderness, tensions, and transformative gestures. It considers the significance of recognition as a counteraction to a lack of confirmation of the self.

There will be an open-ended discussion following the screening where those attending are invited to consider their responses to the ideas that may emerge from the films.

To recognise with the certainty of an ideal sibling
Photography by Danielle Stewart.

Screening
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Anthem, 2006, 5 minutes
Rehana Zaman, Tell me the story Of all these things, 2017, 22 min 47 sec
Charlotte Prodger, LHB, 2017, 20 minutes
Tina Keane, In Our Hands, Greenham, 1984, 38 minutes

This screening has been selected from the LUX collection by Anne-Marie Copestake to accompany her solo exhibition, Looking in either direction the whole street was filled with people, some singing, moving towards x…, at Cooper Gallery, Dundee. The discussion will include light refreshments and is presented in collaboration with LUX Scotland.

This event is free but ticketed, booking via Eventbrite

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Image credit: Rehana Zaman, Tell me the story Of all these things, 2017. Courtesy of the artist and LUX.

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