Glasgow Film Festival Through a Different Lens: Joanna Margaret Paul
Wed 28 February 2018
Though a Different Lens Joanna Margaret dntj
Joanna Margaret Paul was a New Zealand artist who pioneered interdisciplinary practice, working prolifically across the mediums of film, poetry and painting. Often shot and edited in camera, her film work chronicled motherhood and domestic life, the worn traces of urban settlement, and the persistent presence of the natural world. Presented by filmmaker and curator Peter Todd, this is the first collection to make Joanna Margaret Paul’s work available to an international audience. The programme contains 13 works shot in the 1970s and was commissioned by CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand with the support of Creative New Zealand. The screening will be followed by a discussion between curator Peter Todd and artist Kate Davis.
Part of GFF2018