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A Strange American Funeral | Publication Launch
17:30 on 9 March 2019
Join us to celebrate the launch of new publication A Strange American Funeral, edited by Freya Field-Donovan and Emmie McLuskey and designed by Maeve Redmond. The book, part of Emmie McLuskey’s new project these were the things that made the step familiar, includes newly commissioned texts by Freya Field-Donovan, Millicent A A Graham and Kadish Morris as well as historical material from Katherine Dunham and Maya Deren.
these were the things that made the step familiar explores interactions in and between bodies, considering the systems that control and record them. The exhibition includes a series of large format digital prints, sculpture and sound work by Emmie McLuskey, poetry by Millicent A. A. Graham and a new publication, A Strange American Funeral, edited with Freya Field-Donovan.
Satellites Programme is Collective’s development programme for emergent artists and producers based in Scotland. 2018-19 participants are: Helen McCrorie, Emmie McLuskey, Kimberley O’Neill and Katie Shannon.
This event is free and there is no need to book.
A Strange American Funeral was made possible by the generous support of Glasgow City Council’s Visual Artist and Craft Maker Award and Hospitalfield Arts Summer Residency Programme.