Previously at the ICA - Talks
11 Jan 2019
Olivia Plender, production still
Olivia Plender’s recent solo shows include Olivia Plender, Maureen Paley Gallery, London (2016); Many Maids Make Much Noise, ar/ge kunst, Bolzano (2015–16); Rise Early, Be Industrious, which toured to MK Gallery, Milton Keynes; Arnolfini, Bristol and Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (all 2012). In 2010, she collaborated with Hester Reeve to reinstate the Emily Davison Lodge, initially founded in 1915 after the death of suffragette Emily Wilding Davison. In 2013, Plender and Reeve joined Emma Chambers to curate an exhibition of artworks by Sylvia Pankhurst at Tate Britain. In 2015, Sternberg Press published the monograph Olivia Plender: Rise Early, Be Industrious.
Ed Webb-Ingall is a writer and filmmaker working with archival materials and methodologies drawn from community video. He collaborates with groups to explore under-represented historical moments and their relationship to contemporary life, developing modes of self-representation specific to the subject or the experiences of the participants.
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