Gallery of Modern Art

Elizabeth Price: SLOW DANS

Elizabeth Price: SLOW DANS
Free - Drop-in - no ticket required
Dates and times
27th Jan - 14th May 2023
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SLOW DANS is a cycle of three 10-screen videos – KOHL, FELT TIP, and THE TEACHERS. These three works present a fictional past, parallel present, and imagined future, interweaving compact narratives that explore social and sexual histories and our changing relationship with the material and the digital.

Elizabeth Price is an internationally renowned artist with work in collections around the world. Solo exhibitions include UNDERFOOT (2022) is currently on display at Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow and previous shows at Tate Britain, London, UK; The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA; Chicago Institute of Art, USA; Julia Stoschek Foundation, Dusseldorf, Germany; The Baltic, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK; and The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, Scotland.

In 2012, she was awarded the Turner Prize for her video installation The Woolworths Choir of 1979. In 2013, she won the Contemporary Art Society Annual Award with the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology in partnership with the Pitt Rivers Museum and the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art.


Elizabeth Price, THE TEACHERS, 2019
Commissioned by Artangel and the Whitworth, The University of Manchester

Elizabeth Price, FELT TIP, 2018
Commissioned by Walker Art Center, Film and Video Umbrella and Nottingham Contemporary

FELT TIP and THE TEACHERS are part of the trilogy SLOW DANS, a collaboration between Artangel; Film and Video Umbrella; Glasgow Life; Nottingham Contemporary; the Whitworth, The University of Manchester; and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. Artangel’s commissioning programme is generously supported using public funding by Arts Council England, and by the private patronage of the Artangel International Circle, Special Angels, Guardian Angels and The Company of Angels.

THE TEACHERS and FELT TIP are part of The Artangel Collection, an initiative to bring outstanding film and video works, commissioned and produced by Artangel, to galleries and museums across the UK. The Artangel Collection has been developed in partnership with Tate, is generously supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and The Foyle Foundation and uses public funding from Arts Council England.

The exhibition at GoMA is supported by Creative Scotland.

Image: Still from Elizabeth Price, THE TEACHERS, 2019
Commissioned by Artangel and the Whitworth, The University of Manchester
Courtesy and © Elizabeth Price

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