Liv Fontaine & Emily Pope: THE MUSICAL

Wednesday 11 July, 6 – 8pm

Salon 18
Free & open to all

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Emily and Liv are both artists who celebrate the history of feminist performance  within their work; exploring the comic (Emily) and the hysteric (Liv) as positions to subvert and repurpose. In short – they are obsessed with monologues. In this event for Bloc Projects, they will both present new musical works, followed by a Q&A with the audience

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Emily Pope is an artist based in London, who is currently working on her series THE SITCOM SHOW. She makes t-shirts, bags, audio and film and also writes. Recent exhibitions & projects include: the White Pube Residency, ASP, ICA London; Feral Kin, Auto Italia, London; The Court Summons, Ladette Space, London; Tarantellegra, Hester, New York; and together with Ruth Angel Edwards: Got 2 B, a radio show on Comet Radio, London.  Emily has a Masters in Critical Writing from the Royal College of Art, and studied at the School of the Damned, a free postgraduate art course run by and for its students. 

Liv Fontaine is an artist and writer living in Glasgow, UK.  Recent exhibitions and performances include: Flare, Caustic Coastal, Salford; Casual Nexus, Old Hairdressers, Glasgow; Female Trouble, The Bomb Factory, London; I Want It That Way, 16 Nicolson Street, Glasgow; Slippery When Wet, HA HA Gallery, Southampton; Disposable Journal, Mathew Gallery, New York. Liv graduated from Chelsea College of Art in 2013 and is currently studying a Masters in performance art at Glasgow School of Art.

Salon 18 forms part of Making Ways, a new programme supported by Sheffield Culture Consortium through Arts Council England to showcase, celebrate and develop the exceptional contemporary visual art produced in the city.