Catriona Gallagher in MIMA exhibition Threshold

Catriona Gallagher in MIMA exhibition Threshold

‘Thresholds’ is a digital exhibition that explores the impact of Covid-19 on relationships to home. Curator Aidan Moesby commissioned artists Sonia Boué, Lindsay Duncanson and Catriona Gallagher to develop new films and photographs in response to their experiences of 2020. The exhibition includes an essay by writer and academic Jade French co-commissioned with Corridor8.

Current AiR Catriona Gallagher made her film using solely the archive of film snippets she had collected on her phone. The footage moves back and forth between the UK and Greece, the places that she has called ‘home’ over the past two years.

See the exhibition via pdf here.

Watch the exhibition launch via youtube here

Hosted by Disability Arts Online, this event is organised in partnership with MIMA. The event is part of Aidan Moesby’s curatorial associateship with MIMA through their partnership programme with DASH, MAC and Wysing Arts Centre. This national partnership supports the development of disabled curators.