Flannery O’Kafka in Conversation with Ben Harman

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Date: 
Sunday, 1 July 2018
Time: 
2.00-4.00PM

The final exhibition, Thin Blood / Thick Water, in our Projects 18 series brings together a range of recent work by Flannery O’Kafka. O’Kafka’s work centres around themes of motherhood, religion, belonging, comedy and suffering, with a focus on the family album.

“Working within the medium of amateur museums, snapshot photography, and liturgical call and response, I’m constructing a fractured family album that hangs somewhere between an emotional document and a fiction.”

Ben Harman and O’Kafka will discuss the exhibition and her wider practice in this talk. There will be a screening of her short film YOU ONCE SEEMED LIKE A POSSIBILITY before the talk.

Book your place for this free event on Eventbrite.

 

Please note: we have been made aware of planned engineering works on the train line between Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh on Sunday 1 July. Please check before you travel.