SUPERLUX Reading Group with Lyndsay Mann: Character Double, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Saturday, 14. July 2018

Character Double is a SUPERLUX reading group programmed by artist Lyndsay Mann. Lyndsay will lead a group reading of selected texts from The Use of Speech (1983), a collection of short stories or ‘scenes’ by the late French writer Nathalie Sarraute. 
Participants will be sent all reading material when they book their place and hard copies will be provided on the day. However, no advance reading will be expected or assumed.
Lyndsay Mann is an artist filmmaker based in Edinburgh whose works bring together sculpture, writing and moving image. Her work centres on our experiences in the world that shape our perceptions of ourselves and others. Her interests relate to autonomy and control in personal contexts, and the ways in which these inform or are informed by social and institutional structures. Voice is a key material in her practice. She teaches part-time at Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, where she delivers a course that she conceived and designed on the use of voice in artworks.
Image credit: Lyndsay Mann, A Desire For Organic Order (2016, 64 mins). Image courtesy the artist

Saturday, 14. July 2018, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, SUPERLUX Reading Group with Lyndsay Mann: Character Double

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