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In the final weekend of her Tramway exhibition, join an informal talk between artist Cécile B. Evans, and Tramway curator Claire Jackson. They will discuss AMOS' WORLD and the ideas behind Cécile's unique practice, with the audience encouraged to ask questions and join in the discussion.
This event takes place in the exhibition gallery space.
FREE, no need to book.
AMOS’ WORLD is conceived as a television show set in a socially progressive housing estate. The show, divided into episodes, follows an architect called Amos and the inhabitants of the housing estate. Viewers are first introduced to Amos and some of the tenants, each individual interwoven into the larger infrastructure of Amos’ building. His comfortable perch takes a turn when his perfect individual-communal fantasy for the Capitalist age begins to crumble as the tenants fail to conform to the behaviours he had envisaged.
The exhibition is realised as a co-production by Tramway in partnership with Mumok Vienna, Museum Abteiberg and Galerie Emanuel Layr, with additional support from Art Night London with Hayward Gallery, the Madre Museum, the De Young Museum, FRAC Lorraine and Villa Merkel, and is the first solo exhibition of Cécile B. Evans' work in a public institution in Scotland.