IN MAKING ART THAT SERVES THERAPEUTIC PURPOSES FOR HERSELF, AN ARTIST OFFERS SOME SOOTHING TONICS FOR EVERYONE
Pandora Vaughan: Total Non-Stop Action! — Coping Devices for Psychically Ruinous Problems of The Everyday
The Horse Hospital
London WC1N 1JD
England, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 0207 833 3644
Closing event, December 20, 2022, at 7:00 p.m.: A rare screening of Roller Blade (1986, directed by Donald G. Jackson), plus several short films and a conversation featuring Pandora Vaughan, Siân Pattenden, and Stewart Home.
Cathy Ward, brutjournal’s London-based artist-correspondent, reports:
For many years, the U.K.-born, British-Canadian artist Pandora Vaughan, who lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland, has been fascinated by places of confinement and especially by the architectural design and physical character of fortified enclosures. She has conducted her own research about prisons and asylums, institutions of incarceration that, for generations, in their own ways, have successfully subjugated and controlled society’s outcasts. An exhibition of her mixed-media, fabric-based works is now on view at the Horse Hospital, one of London’s leading independent venues for cutting-edge and experimental art.
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