I invited artist Frances Scott and curator Stacy Boldrick to work with me on a reading from new publication Slow Reveal as part of Leicester Arts Week.
The event went really well. It was an intimate and appropriate environment with DMU darkroom print technician Jim Boulton creating 16×20″ black and white prints from overlays of 35mm negatives taken by Frances and me.
We followed the reading with a discussion with Stacy against a backdrop of Opi 21, and Apex, and also got an opportunity to show a version of our colour double exposure print One Second Feature for the first time.
Friday 10th Nov 12.30-2.30pm
VJP Darkroom 4.56 & VJP 5.55
Leicester School of Art
De Montfort University
Artists Frances Scott and Anna Lucas will be presenting Slow Reveal with readings and live printing in the photographic darkroom at De Montfort University, followed by a discussion about the role of conversation within artist’s practice, with curator Stacy Boldrick (Art Museum and Gallery Studies, (AMAGS) Leicester University).
Slow Reveal is a publication and conversation by ALF; artists Anna Lucas and Frances Scott with essay by curator Leanne Turvey, around the production of two films: Anna Lucas’s Opi 21, Oopsy Daisy, Tiger Lily and Frances Scott’s Apex, which were both commissioned by Tintype Gallery, London as part of the ESSEX ROAD programme.
Numbers are limited to 20 in the darkroom
This event is part of Leicester Arts Week