An online screening and conversation to mark the closing week of Camara Taylor's solo exhibition, a rant! a reel! curated by Languid Hands.
Thursday 21st October 2021, 6:30PM
Watch HERE via Zoom.

18.30 An Introduction by Imani Robinson (Languid Hands) 
18.40 Zoë Zo, Zoë Tumika & Zoë Guthrie's PART 1: THE DINNER (8 min)
18.50 Sana Bilgrami's The Treefellers (24 min)
19.15 In Conversation and Q&A w. Camara Taylor, Zoë Zo, Zoë Tumika & Zoë Guthrie & Sana Bilgrami moderated by Imani Robinson 

Artists Profile
Zoë Zo, Zoë Tumika & Zoë Guthrie thinks, imagines and sometimes makes and does. Makes sense of things through conversation; patterns; clay; gut listening; lettering; pens (no pencil) and feeling. Devoted to process. Slow and untidy. Chewing on pasts. Often feeling the present as hot and burning. They are from* Govan, Glasgow and currently live in Lumsden, Aberdeenshire.

Sana Bilgrami, born in 1974 in Pakistan, is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and a film lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University. She studied philosophy and film at McGill University, Canada. She moved to Scotland in 2000. Her Masters degree film at the Edinburgh College of Art, Under my Skin (2001), won awards at Scottish Students on Screen, was shortlisted for the Saltire Grierson award at Edinburgh Film Festival, and won Best Documentary at Chichester Film Festival. Her broadcast credits as director include Tree Fellers (2004, STV), shortlisted for a BAFTA Scotland, and Across the Waters (2004, BBC Scotland), shortlisted for a Satyajit Ray Award. Her films are screened at festivals internationally.

Camara Taylor is an artist and - - - who lives and works in Glasgow. They work with their various selves, collaborators and organisations to produce still and moving images, texts and other things // lately, projects depart from rumour, gossip and ambivalent readings of historical matter | they tend towards the excesses of dominant discourse(s) and lower frequencies of objection - - in the context of -

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