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Performative Tour with Julia Lee Barclay-Morton
21st July at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This event is taking place as part of the Home Where Home Is Not exhibition by Sogol Mabadi and Birthe Jorgensen.
Through Home Where Home Is Not a space is opened up for performances which explore different languages. These performances appear, sometimes as a cut up flood of stories and other times as non-verbal forms of communication, as traces in the exhibition.
Performative Tour with Julia Lee Barclay-Morton, Sunday 21st July, 2pm to 4pm, starting at Platform, travelling to Glasgow Women’s Library (bus provided).
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This event will consider performance as it plays out in the two exhibition sites with writer and director Julia Lee Barclay-Morton whose theatrical lab’s and open scripts offers the possibility of embodying the many voices and ideas that exist inside of any/body and can embrace/embody/hold space for the unspeakable.
The event will begin at Platform and finish at Glasgow Women’s Library. (Bus provided).
Julia Lee Barclay-Morton is an award-winning writer and director, whose prose and plays have been produced and published internationally. Her most recent stage-text On the edge of/a cure was produced by Rogue Players as a staged reading at The Playroom in NYC.
This event is free to attend, please book via Platform where the event will begin. Ticket can be booked on Platform’s website here.
There will be transcripts of all audio content in this exhibition available.
You can find information on access to Platform here.
Glasgow Women’s Library is wheelchair accessible, with lifts to the first floor and the Mezzanine Floor. We have accessible toilets and all the bathrooms are individual closed stalls and are gender neutral. Our larger Events Space is fitted with an induction loop. A portable induction loop is also available. For paid events free companion tickets are available.
This project is supported by Creative Scotland, Henry Moore Foundation and Hope Scott Trust