Dr Michele Aaron of the University of Birmingham’s Department of Film and Creative Writing has been involved in a new exhibition opening at Vivid Projects in Digbeth, Birmingham this October 3rd.
Friday 03 October, 6-9pm
Exhibition Launch (6-9pm) & Performance (7.30pm and 8.30pm)
Join Vivid Projects for the launch of A Record of Undying, a groundbreaking exhibition exploring the last taboo: dying and death.
In an intimate and moving series of installations, British video artist George Saxon deals unflinchingly with the death of his partner and collaborator on the work, D.John Briscoe.
An exhibition brochure with commissioned essay from Dr Michele Aaron, University of Birmingham will be available from 3 October.
At 7.30pm artist George Saxon presents Blissfully Gunned Down (1980 – 2013), a live durational 16mm performance which reworks footage of D. John Briscoe’s staged death in 1980. The performance will be repeated for Digbeth First Friday at 8.30pm.