Thursday, 6 March 2014

Virtual tour of 'Master-Mistress' exhibition

Our exhibition finishes tomorrow (Friday 7th) and I became a bit anxious that photographs aren't adequate to document an exhibition that involves sound, so I did a spot of filming on Tuesday and made a little 'virtual tour' of the exhibition. (I am not, as will become evident when you watch it, a natural film-maker)

'Master- Mistress' at Sutton House, Hackney from Sean Curran on Vimeo.

I'm so happy with how the exhibition looked and sounded, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, with a few really interesting and constructive criticisms as well, it will certainly give me a lot to write about in my thesis.

Here are a few photographs from the exhibition too:

(Pictures were taken by the artist Judith Brocklehurst.)

A reminder that if you want to listen to the panel event that accompanied the exhibition, you can do so here.

So what next? I'm speaking at Central Saint Martin's in April to some undergraduate curating students about the exhibition, and speaking more broadly about queer interventions in historic houses at a conference in Taipei in June, which is both very exciting, and utterly bonkers.

Next I will be looking at this absurd house, the idea I have is fittingly camp and ridiculous, I'll blog about that project as it unfolds.

Just a few thank yous: the brilliant Judith Brocklehurst, Christopher Cleeve, Gemma Bending, Surat Knan, Louise Chambers, Zia X, Eleanor Margolis, Jan Pimblett, Oliver Winchester, Claire Hayward, Naomi Campbell, Robynn Finney and Helen Rowse.

Also a massive thanks to everyone who came along to the exhibition and to the event. And thanks to everyone who has had to put up with me banging on about this project since last November!

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