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Self-Sabotage: Spark and Lozano
18:00 on 27 April 2018
The Fruitmarket Gallery
Author Andrew O’Hagan and Director of The Fruitmarket Gallery Fiona Bradley explore the parallels between the self-destructive tendencies of Muriel Spark’s protagonist in The Driver’s Seat (1970) and artist Lee Lozano’s rejection of the art world and boycott of women in the early 1970s, which threw her into semi-obscurity. O’Hagan has written the introduction to a new edition of The Driver’s Seat, published by Polygon.
This event accompanies The Fruitmarket Gallery’s exhibition Lee Lozano: Slip Slide Splice (10 March – 3 June 2018).