The event included a curated screening of video artworks by European women pioneers from 1970s and 1980s; a rare performance talk by Elaine Shemilt, responding to her own early video artwork Doppelgänger (1979-81); followed by a talk by Laura Leuzzi on feminist video performance in Europe.The event was closed by site-specific performances by Contemporary Art Practice students from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design led by artists Richard Layzell and Pernille Spence. Artists Videos' screened: Klara Kuchta - Etre blonde c'est la perfection, 1980 Federica Marangoni - The Box of Life, 1979 Elaine Shemilt - Doppelgänger, 1979-81 Teresa Wennberg - Vol, 1981 2 - 6pm | Norie-Miller Studio + Threshold artspace, Perth Concert Hall Co-curated by Laura Leuzzi & Iliyana Nedkova Archival support by Adam Lockhart Produced by Horsecross Arts in partnership with the AHRC funded research project EWVA European Women's Video Art in the 70s and 80s and Duncan of Jordonstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee.
|Media of output||Other|
|Publication status||Published - 8 Mar 2018|
- video art
- video performance
Leuzzi, L. (Curator), Lockhart, A. (Contributing member), Shemilt, E. (Artist), Partridge, S. (Contributing member), Nedkova, I. (Curator), & Spence, P. (Artist). (2018). 3 Generations of Women Artists Perform: Screening, Performances, Talk_Threshold artspace, Perth Concert Hall. Exhibition