Future exhibition

Gunnie Moberg and Margaret Tait: The days never seem the same

Gunnie Moberg, Sheep Fort, Skerry, South of Ruskholm
27 Jul 2018 - 28 Oct 2018

This exhibition brings together the work of Gunnie Moberg (1941-2007) and Margaret Tait (1918-99).

Moberg worked primarily with photography and Tait became an influential filmmaker, poet and writer. Both artists shared a strong connection to Orkney: the place, its people and its landscape. 

The days never seem the same includes a large selection of Moberg’s photographs, from portraits to aerial views of the landscape of Orkney, dating from the late 1970s to the years immediately preceding her death. It also features a selection of films by Margaret Tait accompanied by rarely seen archive material, including photographs associated with Tait’s work and travels, on loan from the Orkney Library & Archive.

This presentation will continue Stills’ interest in showcasing important work from archives and collections in Scotland. The exhibition is timed to coincide with Margaret Tait 100, coordinated by LUX Scotland, University of Stirling, and Pier Arts Centre.

 

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(Image: Gunnie Moberg, Sheep Fort, Skerry, South of Ruskholm, copyright the Estate of Gunnie Moberg. Courtesy Orkney Library & Archive.)

Violence Unseen

3 Sep 2018 - 9 Sep 2018

Over the past decades there have been dramatic changes to public attitudes around some aspects of men’s violence against women. Yet domestic abuse, sexual violence and other forms of violence against women are still prevalent in Scotland today, especially for groups of women who face other forms of discrimination; women with learning disabilities, women in prostitution, lesbian, bisexual and trans (LBT) and black and minority ethnic women.

Zero Tolerance and award-winning photographer Alicia Bruce have worked with groups and individuals affected by men’s violence to create a series of photographs that explore the types of violence against women that remain unseen and unacknowledged by mainstream society. The photographs shine a light on the types of violence against women that still remain unacceptably hidden and better represent the constellation of women’s lived experiences.

Stills is delighted to host this exhibition in our upstairs gallery space. For further informtaion contact: Jo Zawadzka jo.zawadzka@zerotolerance.org.uk

Please note, on Monday 3rd September the exhibition will only be open until 3pm.

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