On my way home: Kerry Campbell

Market Gallery invites you to join us for the fifth episode of our reading group On My Way Home. The facilitator and guest selector for this session is curator and producer Kerry Campbell.

Saturday 7th September 3 - 5pm

For this session Kerry will be discussing both statistical and more nuanced structural inequality in the arts and cultural sector. The reading group will feature a ...

On my way home: Hussein Mitha

Market Gallery invites you to join us for the fourth episode of our reading group On My Way Home. The facilitator and guest selector for this session is artist and researcher Hussein Mitha.

Sarturday 3rd August 3 - 6pm at Market Gallery

“We have given up communism — only to fall more deeply in love with the idea of ‘the community’” So writes Gillian Rose ...

On my way home: Richard Maguire

Market Gallery invites you to join us for the third episode of our reading group On My Way Home. The facilitator and guest selector for this session is artist Richard Maguire. The texts selected by Richard focus on passing and the intersections of race, sexuality and nationality. The first two texts, an excerpt from ‘The Sexagon’ by Mehemmed Amadeus Mack and a fansite essay on Keanu Reeves, ‘Queer Keanu’, ...

On my way home: A+E Collective

Market Gallery invites you to join us for the second episode of our reading group 'On my way home'. The facilitators and guest selectors for this session are A+E Collective. No prior reading necessary -- all resources will be provided on the day.

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In Bluets, Maggie Nelson writes of spending one drizzly May taking ‘long walks in my yellow poncho, looking for blue, for any blue ...

On my way home: prologue

‘On my way home’ is an expanded reading group happening over the course of five months. It is intended as a prolonged conversation that explores belonging through the intersections of personal identity, privilege and oppression. Together we will explore texts including poems, essays, short stories, films, music and more. We will move through realms of belonging to communities and bodies including local, city-wide, national, global and intergalactic. As an ...

'Reproductive Technologies' Reading Group

March - June 2018

Reproductive Technologies is a six month reading group intended as a prolonged conversation towards a sustained event in July.

The selected texts respond to reproduction in a variety of meanings and explore the position of bodies in system of production and reproduction.

How do notions about gender, motherhood, and sexual difference emerge from and within new scientific technologies? How ...