Enter at own risk
Bucolic Coda is a special evening of animation, film, and reading programmed by KW Production Series artist Jamie Crewe. Comprising an eclectic body of materials that informed Crewe’s commissioned film Pastoral Drama, 2018, and currently on view at Julia Stoschek Collection in Berlin until 16 December 2018, this evening presents journeys, returns, violent changes and disenfranchisement, united by an interest in experimental animation. Work includes films by Margaret Tait, Suzan Pitt, Jim Blashfield, Eugene Salandra, and Curtis Harrington, and writing by Marie NDiaye.
Jamie Crewe is an artist, a singer, and a beautiful bronze figure with a polished cocotte’s head who lives in Glasgow. They have presented three solo exhibitions—Pastoral Drama at Tramway, Glasgow (2018), Female Executioner at Gasworks, London (2017), and But what was most awful was a girl who was singing at Transmission, Glasgow (2016)—and have been involved in recent group exhibitions in Berlin, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Copenhagen, and Vienna. Their book GLAIRE was published in 2017 by MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE, and they have presented their performance work Potash Lesson (2016) in Glasgow, London, Berlin and Belfast. Their video Adulteress (2017) was recently featured in Cellular World at the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow as part of the Glasgow International 2018 Director’s Programme.