Workshop | a point to untwine…
Sat 11th February 12-3pm with Zoë Charlery.
This workshop will be a [slow and quiet] space to tend to the traces of memory inscribed in our name(s) and consider how we negotiate these presence/s in our daily lives. Through writing and sensory exercises, participants will plot and contemplate the entanglements of personal [imagined + felt] & colonial histories.
Expanding from their reader residency last Autumn, Zoë Charlery* will frame the workshop using sources from Market Gallery’s Resource Library.
Sensitive themes run through this workshop, please hold this in mind when booking/attending.
Please read carefully before booking*
Due to the nature of things that might come up, this event is only open to Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC). We understand that not everybody will use this term to describe themselves, however, we ask that you only book or attend this event if you are a person who identifies with this term and/or is racialized with experience of racism.
It is important that you do not attend or book this event if the above does not apply to you. After booking, participants will receive further information of what the workshop will consist of.
Our current space is wheel chair accessible and we have childcare availble for those in need. Please get in touch on email@example.com for any access enquiries
*Zoë Charlery is a supportive speculator, spectator, mal/adaptive daydreamer and reconciler of theories, counter-realities and conjecture. Interested by paradoxes, incoherence and discomfort, their work often circles and returns to a practice of questioning and unravelling what is seemingly determined and definitive.
Based in Glasgow, their work tends to be in the form of research, talking, writing and producing.