Event Calendar

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Jamie Crewe: Female Executioner @ Gasworks
Feb 1 – Apr 2 all-day
Jamie Crewe: Female Executioner @ Gasworks | England | United Kingdom

Female Executioner is the first solo exhibition at Gasworks, London by Glasgow-based artist Jamie Crewe.

Comprising newly commissioned video, sculpture, print, and text-based works, the exhibition focuses on French writer Rachilde’s Monsieur Venus: A Materialist Novel. Exploring what is at stake in historical reclamation, Female Executioner investigates what happens when a queer, transfeminine artist tries to touch, reflect on, or rehabilitate an historical work of fiction which seems to offer them ancestry.

Supported by the Freelands Foundation. With thanks to Transmission gallery, Glasgow.

Latent: A Hidden History Exhibition (Private View – 28 Feb – 6pm – 8pm) @ The Sidney Cooper Gallery
Feb 28 – May 6 all-day
Latent: A Hidden History Exhibition (Private View - 28 Feb - 6pm - 8pm) @ The Sidney Cooper Gallery | England | United Kingdom

The exhibition has been produced to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act that began the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The project re-purposes pictures from the South East Archive of Seaside Photography taken during the period of time when homosexuality was illegal and reframes them to fabricate forgotten stories. These new images point toward lives that could not lived in the open; stories that can only be imagined, lost to history. Obscured and beyond focus, these re-worked photographs serve as a memorial and tribute to the many lives and loves lived in secret, behind closed doors.