Żżo / Zoë Charlery and Hussein Mitha - along/side, always -after
This workshop, along/side, always -after, is a supportive partner and choral attendant to an earlier reading group and workshop called …not far from…(28 Sep)* .
Led by Żżo / Zoë Charlery and Hussein Mitha, along/side, always -after responds to the sonic textures and techniques in Jasleen Kaur’s Alter Altar exhibition, and will reference material from the previous …not far from… reading group to form a communal choral soundscape. Performed readings will have the audio recorded, looped and layered to create a shared sonic space of potential, collectively chosen, shared and held.
This workshop will take place in the main gallery space, as part of the public programme for Jasleen Kaur’s Alter Altar exhibition.
*…not far from… is Part 2 of a two part programme. Part 1, …not far from… will take place on Thursday 28 September, 6pm to 9pm. To support the intention and sequence of the workshop(s) please register to both events if possible.
This event is for exclusively for Black people and People of Colour.
About the workshop facilitators
Żżo / Zoë Charlery is a supportive speculator, spectator, mal/adaptive daydreamer and reconciler of theories, counter-realities and conjecture. Interested by paradoxes, incoherence and discomfort, their work often circles and returns to a practice of questioning and unravelling what is seemingly determined and definitive. Based in Glasgow, their work tends to be in the form of research, talking, writing and producing.
Hussein Mitha is an artist, writer and researcher living in Glasgow.