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Eva Gold, Perv City Act 3, 2020.

Eva Gold, Perv City Act 3, 2020.

Join us for Act 3 of Eva Gold’s multi-platform parrhesiades project, Perv City. Perv City is an exhibition in three acts: It tells the story of a TV news reporter and an anonymous man who begins to contact her online. As the relationship unfolds across the three platforms, power dynamics begin to shift, raising questions about agency, vulnerability and consent as well as desire in both the public and private domain. Act 1 can be viewed online at www.parrhesiades.com, updated every Tuesday at 6pm for the duration of the show; Act 2 is open by appointment at Parrhesiades until 7th March; Act 3 will take place on Wednesday 26th February at CCA from 6:30-8:30pm.

Parrhesiades is a multi-platform project, established in 2019 by curator Lynton Talbot to work with artists for whom language, either written spoken or otherwise performed is an essential part of their practice. Together with the artist, parrhesiades develops a single new work that exists across multiple platforms. A distributed or exploded model for exhibition that incorporates a partner institution, a speculative book, an online space and part of the curators’ home in South East London which is open by appointment.

 

BIOGRAPHY

Eva Gold (b. 1994, Manchester, UK), lives and works in London. She graduated from Goldsmiths in 2016, and the Royal Academy Schools in 2019. Her practice incorporates sculpture, installation, moving image and writing; often combined in a process of fragmented storytelling. Upcoming exhibitions include Barely Furtive Pleasures at Nir Altman, Munich and Sets & Scenarios at Nottingham Contemporary.

Join us for Act 3 of Eva Gold’s multi-platform parrhesiades project, Perv City. Perv City is an exhibition in three acts: It tells the story of a TV news reporter and an anonymous man who begins to contact her online. As the relationship unfolds across the three platforms, power dynamics begin to shift, raising questions about agency, vulnerability and consent as well as desire in both the public and private domain. Act 1 can be viewed online at www.parrhesiades.com, updated every Tuesday at 6pm for the duration of the show; Act 2 is open by appointment at Parrhesiades until 7th March; Act 3 will take place on Wednesday 26th February at CCA from 6:30-8:30pm.

Parrhesiades is a multi-platform project, established in 2019 by curator Lynton Talbot to work with artists for whom language, either written spoken or otherwise performed is an essential part of their practice. Together with the artist, parrhesiades develops a single new work that exists across multiple platforms. A distributed or exploded model for exhibition that incorporates a partner institution, a speculative book, an online space and part of the curators’ home in South East London which is open by appointment.

 

BIOGRAPHY

Eva Gold (b. 1994, Manchester, UK), lives and works in London. She graduated from Goldsmiths in 2016, and the Royal Academy Schools in 2019. Her practice incorporates sculpture, installation, moving image and writing; often combined in a process of fragmented storytelling. Upcoming exhibitions include Barely Furtive Pleasures at Nir Altman, Munich and Sets & Scenarios at Nottingham Contemporary.

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