Songs for Work is an exhibition of new work by artist and writer Beth Dynowski, written with and performed by Saoirse Amira Anis, Dan Cox and Rowan Heggie. Using poetry, performance, sculpture, audio, and publishing, the show explores how we both shape and are shaped by our socio-economic conditions.
The show centres on a performance which takes place over two weekends at GENERATORprojects, and the performers will be working and resting within the space throughout that time. The collaborative writing the four artists and performers have undertaken is installed in the gallery as print and audio, and weaves together narratives of intimate relationship breakdown and repair within the context of capitalism. It explores how material conditions are experienced, felt and lived through by individuals, families, and communities, and how the body holds this.
The artists and performers are:
Beth Dynowski – an artist and writer based in Glasgow,
Saoirse Amira Anis – a Dundee-based artist and curator,
Dan Cox – a Glasgow-based performance artist,
Rowan Heggie – a performer, writer, and visual artist based in Dundee.
Sat 16 and Sun 17 April
Sat 23 and Sun 24 April
11am – 5pm
Unit 25/25 Mid Wynd
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