Migrations #5 – Maeve Brennan

Maeve Brennan: Jerusalem Pink

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An archaeologist, a stone worker, a geologist and an architect talk about stone in Palestine. Jerusalem Pink documents an architectural survey of the Dome of the Rock, and the processes of its repair and restoration.

Screening:

Jerusalem Pink (2015)

Maeve Brennan lives and works in London and Beirut. Recent exhibitions and screenings include Jerusalem Pink, OUTPOST, Norwich; Rough House, The Glue Factory, Glasgow; At the Seams: A Political History of Palestinian Embroidery, Dar el Nimer, Beirut (all 2016). She is a co-founder of the film collective Sharna Pax, working between the fields of anthropology, documentary and visual art. She has forthcoming solo exhibitions at Chisenhale Gallery, London; Spike Island, Bristol and The Whitworth, University of Manchester in 2017.

Image: Maeve Brennan, Jerusalem Pink, 2015, film still.

Date/Time Wednesday 5 April 2017, 6.30pm
Location The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design
Room CE1–19 Central House
Free booking Eventbrite
Publication New Cinema and the City: Migrations