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17 August 2018 until 18 August 2018
The Verdant Works Museum
A two night external screening at the Verdant Works Dundee as part of the DJCAD masters show 2018. The event will show the work of MFA Art, Society & Public’s student Rosemary Taylor.
The work comprises two elements – this installation at the DJCAD Masters show and an externally screened film (evening 17th & 18th August at The Verdant Works Museum). Utilising material that represents the detritus and discarded, the work makes reference to material choice, touch, the handmade, the never ending nature of women’s work and ageing. The site specific film highlights the connections between material, place and passing time. The installation presents artefacts that emphasise the wealth of history, memory and cultural meaning that jute contains.