Forms of Ventriloquism

Maria Papadomanolaki

Research output: Non-textual outputExhibition

Abstract

"The whole process of writing is actually a form of ventriloquism, a sort of séance with the city whereby you walk through these threads that seem to trigger some sort of story because you've recognised the characteristics of a place." Iain Sinclair in conversation with Maria Papadomanolaki for Sensing Cities, 2013 For Forms of Ventriloquism, artist Maria Papadomanolaki will be installing a series of drawings, writings, audio and visual recordings created by herself and the participants of the exploratory workshops she ran in locations around east and central London in 2013. In addition to these creative responses on display at the gallery, a small group of artists is invited to respond, listen, create, perform, write or redraw these stories in search of the places behind them. For Forms of Ventriloquism artists Sarah Kelly, Kostis Kilymis, Marina Tsartsara and Kevin Logan will contribute newly commissioned works alongside performances by Iris Garrelfs, Yiorgis Sakellariou with Artur Vidal, Marina Tsartsara, Maria Papadomanolaki with Scanner.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jul 2014
Eventexhibition - IMT Gallery, London, 24 July 2014
Duration: 24 Jul 2014 → …

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    Papadomanolaki, M. (Author/Creator). (2014). Forms of Ventriloquism. Exhibition