On Tuesday, February 28 British artist Jemma Egan presents an evening of recent moving image works by her contemporaries. Each work attempts to capture some aspect of the systems, images, identities and economies that assemble to form some understanding of the world in 2017. The line-up includes works by London based artists Chris Cawkwell, Louise Fitzgerald, Georgia Lucas-Going, Janina Lange, Izzy McEvoy, Richie Moment, Charles Richardson, Demelza Watts, and Egan herself. The screening at the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art will conclude with a casual discussion between Egan and the audience. 

Jemma Egan (born 1982, Liverpool) completed an MA in Sculpture at The Royal College of Art in 2015 and BA in Fine Art in Liverpool in 2005. Solo projects include: Zabludowicz Collection, London (2016); *Queenspecific, Toronto (2013); VSVSVS, Toronto (2011). Recent group shows include: ICA, London; East Street Arts, Leeds (all 2017); the Bluecoat Liverpool; Assembly Point, London; Turf Projects, Croydon (all 2016) Castlefield Gallery, Manchester; 2 Queens, Leicester (all 2015); Moving image work shown at Spike Island, Bristol; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Castlefield Gallery, Manchester; Tramway, Glasgow; S1 Artspace, Sheffield; ICA, London. Upcoming residency at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop (2017)

This event is co-organized by Settlers + Nomads and the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art.

 

image: Jemma Egan, video still, Hand made (tarred and feathered) 2017