Josefin Arnell: Affirmations to puke with
The third text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell, Affirmations to puke with accompanies Arnell's film Gag reflex / i wanna puke in heaven on show at Auto Italia.
WHITE PINK BROWN
WHITE PINK BROWN is the first public moment in the UK for a series of performance lectures by artist and composer Yun Ingrid Lee. The series explores the implications of regulatory systems implicit within the algorithms of biometric technology, and their context within a lineage of audio-visual systems employed to manage, manipulate, and in some instances, erase bodies.
thanks so much @lolly_willowes for sharing the catalogue from @glasgowtramway 1992 exhibition: “Read My Lips: New York AIDS Polemics” curated by Nicola White which featured work from Gran Fury alongside many others including David Wojnarowicz, Jenny Holzer + Felix Gonzalez-Torres amongst others
Josefin Arnell: Extract from diary / film production Autumn 2015 – Mothership Goes To Brazil
Published to accompany the project Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you, this is the second text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell.
MASS: a new project initiated during Auto Italia's one-month research residency at Cemeti Institute, Yogyakarta, Indonesia exploring the social and political possibilities within fandoms and fan culture.
Programme announcement: Gran Fury | Read My Lips opening 1st October, 6-9pm at . . We’re pleased to announce Read My Lips, a survey exhibition of image-making, community activism and public works produced by the seminal AIDS activist art collective between 1987 and 1995. The project will be on show from October 1st-December 2nd - for more info visit the Auto Italia website
Josefin Arnell: (Great ideas and stolen stuff)
The final text of the series by Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell accompanying their exhibition Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you at Auto Italia.
Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you
Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you is a newly commissioned installation from artists Josefin Arnell and Margaret Haines, presenting a collection of moving image works, texts and posters exploring their shared interests in ideas of destiny, collective experience and mysticism.
Still from ‘Kissing Doesn’t Kill’, Gran Fury (1980) published in the 80WSE catalogue ‘Read My Lips’ sent over by Nicola Lees at @80wse
Margaret Haines: Sex Without Threat
The fourth text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell accompanying their exhibition Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you at Auto Italia.
Words fail me
Words fail me is a newly commissioned project initiated by artist Adam Gallagher exploring how art is reckoned by language, and how its objects are spoken to or about.