Martine Syms <em>A Pilot For A Show About Nowhere</em> 2015 (film still detail) two-channel video, color, sound. Image copyright Martine Syms, courtesy of the artist and Bridget Donahue, NYC

Martine Syms A Pilot For A Show About Nowhere 2015 (film still detail) two-channel video, color, sound. Image copyright Martine Syms, courtesy of the artist and Bridget Donahue, NYC

Curator talk - Tendai John Mutambu on the film work of Martine Syms

  • Sat 21 Oct 2017
  • 2—3PM
  • Large Works gallery
  • Free entry
  • Donations appreciated

Take a close look at Martine Syms film work.

Join Govett-Brewster Assistant Curator Tendai John Mutambu for a presentation on the Los Angeles-based artist Martine Syms whose work is currently showing in the exhibition Projection Series #7: First as fiction, then as myth.

Martine Syms is an American artist who works in publishing, video, and performance. She uses video and performance to examine representations of blackness and its relationship to narrative, black vernacular, feminist movements, and radical traditions.

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