Domestic Model Camera | Lucy Clout, Carry Gorney, Rehana Zaman
Friday 12 May 2017, 6.30pm



A series of screenings that explore the home as a site for producing video; featuring work by Lucy Clout, Carry Gorney and Rehana Zaman; organised by Ed Webb-Ingall and the London Community Video Archive. Followed by a discussion chaired by Ed Webb-Ingall with the artists.


Lucy Clout, Warm Bath (2016)

Rehana Zaman, Tell me the story of all these things (2016)  

Carry Gorney, Women Talking (1978)


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Lucy Clout is a London-based artist working primarily in video. Her practice considers the production and reproduction of minor speech, thinking about desire and the construction of kinship. Clout won the Jerwood / Film and Video Umbrella Award in 2015.


Rehana Zaman is a filmmaker and founding member of the Women of Colour Index Reading group.


In the 1970s Carry Gorney was a community artist/ activist, engaging communities through theatre and video, using local venues, often filming on street corners and editing in kitchens. Later she developed a project for women to collaborate in making their own video programmes, finding audiences through a community cable television station. In the 1990s she retrained and worked as a family psychotherapist in the NHS. Currently she writes, paints, and campaigns on behalf of unaccompanied child refugees.


Ed Webb-Ingall is a writer and filmmaker. He runs the public programme for the London Community Video Archive, at Goldsmiths University. 



Image: Carry Gorney, Women Talking, 1978. Still from video. Courtesy the artist and London Community Video Archive.


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