APRIL 16, 2021

Film & Presentation/Lecture


We will have a recording of the presentation here once completed, we hope you can join the live presentation – see details below.


 

2 Holtwood Cottages: a Winterage

April 16, 2021 @ 7pm

Join our LIVE event via Zoom

A film presentation and artist talk by Lucy Cash and Mark Jeffery


During this event, Lucy Cash and Mark Jeffery will premiere their new movie 2 Holtwood Cottages: a Winterage. The movie explores experiences of loss in rural Derbyshire – from day to day activities of laying a hedge or tending to a milking parlour, to the loss of a father who fell from the milking parlour roof, to the paintings of Andrew Wyeth. This movie brings forward the mineral and animal in all of us, and focuses on all of the words that describe our histories.

“We’re very excited to have Lucy Cash and Mark Jeffery, joining us for this movie presentation” said WSCC Professor of Art Eden Ünlüata – Foley, who is member of the college’s humankind planning team. “This collaborative work addresses important social and cultural changes in rural England, and it also affords us to reflect on rural life as an important inspirational subject to study in art.”

West Shore Community College is one of the main sponsors of this movie.The movie presentations will be followed by an artist talk and time for questions and discussion with the audience.


Bio Details:

Mark Jeffery is a UK Born, Chicago based performance/installation artist, curator and Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Mark co – founded ATOM-r in 2012 a performance / technology group where he is a choreographer, and performer in the company. He is the organizer of IN>TIME, a Tri Annual performance festival hosted by multiple venues in Chicago. Mark was a former member of the internationally renowned Goat Island Performance Group from 1996 – 2009. Recent performances and exhibitions include: Graham Foundation, Chicago, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Chisenhale Dance Space, London, Alfred De Vrove, Prague, International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, Performance Arcade, Wellington, NZ, Australian Centre for Moving Image, Melbourne and 606 Trail, Chicago.

Lucy Cash is a UK born interdisciplinary artist, curator and educator. Her commissioned work often involves social exchange and unconventional processes and has taken place in galleries, museums, libraries, housing estates, on water and in the air. Her projects evolve ideas of collective practice which nurture interconnectedness between the human and more than human. Her practice is informed by her background in performance and choreography and her works on film and video have taken the form of both single screen and multi-channel and have been shown in film festivals; on BBC2 and Channel 4 and in galleries including Sophiensaele and Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Hyde Park Art Center; Cultural Center and Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, USA; Zahoor ul Akhal Gallery, Lahore, India; Bonington Gallery, Nottingham; Tramway, Glasgow and Whitechapel Gallery, Tate Modern, Siobhan Davies Studios, and the Natural History Museum, London, UK. Lucy and Mark met through Goat Island Performance Group (1987 – 2009) with whom Mark was a member (1996 – 2009) and Lucy was an associate member (2005 – 2009). With Judd Morrissey, Lori Talley and Nathan Butler, they previously created In A Cloak of Shame He Will Carry Six Bodies for the National Review of Live Art, UK (2004)