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Martine Syms - S1:E4

Martine Syms - S1:E4

Martine Syms - S1:E4


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Free - ticket required
All ages

Dates and times

11th Jun - 25th Jul 2021

This exhibition will be free but with a reduced capacity to meet Covid-19 social distancing guidelines. Full details will be published soon.


S1:E4 is the new episode in Martine Syms’ project SHE MAD (2015-ongoing), in which the artist incorporates elements of the sitcom format to explore the sign of blackness in the public imagination. This new work is presented within an immersive installation, alongside the other films from the SHE MAD series and a new suite of photographs. The work follows the character of Martine, an overachieving, stoner graphic designer who lives in Hollywood and wishes she were an important artist.

This episode begins with a micro-aggression at a client’s party, triggering a flashback to the summer of 2000, when Martine was a camper at T-Zone, a week-long empowerment programme for teenage girls founded by a supermodel and business mogul.  

Co-curated and co-commissioned by Glasgow International and Tramway

Supported by Bridget Donahue Gallery, New York, Sadie Coles HQ, London and The Henry Moore Foundation

Image: Untitled (2019), Photo: Tyler Adams

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Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE

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