Sophie Buxton

this paper keeps silipping about
Chisenhale Studios,  March 2019

A collaborative installation produced with Fritha Jenkins and drawing on archival material from various sources including the writings, texts and images of the late industrial landscape painter Edna Lumb, science writer Angela Croome and my mother, historian Margaret Aston. The weekend unfolded as a live and experimental textural performance, allowing for potential alternative narratives to slip, tumble and spill over amongst carbon copies, bears, datings, queer histories, sightings, and citings. This installation was made public as part of Women's History Month.