An installation image of Elizabeth Price's film in Workplace's gallery in Margaret Street - a black and white video collage image of two gothic ecclesiastical ceilings.
An installation image of Agnieszka Szczotka's film in Workplace's gallery in Margaret Street - an elderly man in pyjamas sleeps on a bed or sofa
An installation image of Agnieszka Szczotka's film in Workplace's gallery in Margaret Street - Agnieszka wearing her grandmother's white dress in the living room of her grandparents
An installation image of Elizabeth Price's film in Workplace's gallery in Margaret Street - a black and white close up of pews in a chuch
An installation image of Nia Fekri's film in Workplace's gallery in Margaret Street - a woman sits on a balcony of an urban apartment amidst potted plants. In the background is an apartment block
An installation image of Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski's film in Workplace's gallery in Margaret Street - the camera looks over the shoulder of a black woman with red painted fingernails looking at printed images of black and white images of people covered over with brightly coloured rectangles
An installation image of Agnieszka Szczotka's film in Workplace's gallery in Margaret Street - Agnieszka wearing her grandfather's military uniform in the living room of her grandparents
An install shot of Rosa-Johan Uddoh's film at Workplace in London. A black and white image of a saxophonist and singer performing. Over the top is blue text 'eeeeeee' describing the sound.
Venue
WORKPLACE
Venue
40 Margaret Street

London,

UK

Date
1 December 2021 – 18 February 2022

Workplace is pleased to announce the second iteration of Reflections, a series of exhibitions focussing on the practice of women identifying artists working within a particular medium. ‘Part 2: Female Voices in Moving Image’ will consist of a series of screenings dealing with wide-ranging themes that highlight the breadth of approaches within this medium by women artists working today. Female narrators and protagonists are the starting points for this group of moving-image presentations located at the intersection between theory, pedagogy, performance and documentary practices. Continuously questioning the forgotten, misinterpreted and seemingly marginal stories of the past, each artist is concerned with bringing forward alternative narratives, new perspectives and understanding of their particular subject.