Intermission will present current research, films and work developed over the course of the residency and will experiment with various modes of display with a multi-projection installation in the exhibition space. Visitors will be invited to participate in conversation, reflection and live moving image work during the event.
The event will take place from 4pm to 8pm 20th August. The event is free and all are welcome. You can book tickets via eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/intermission-tickets-395760960687
HO.RR (est 2021) is the collaborative practice of curators Holly O’Brien and Rachael Ryder, based in Glasgow. HO.RR seeks to bring engaging and accessible moving image initiatives to communities in Glasgow. These moving image initiatives take form in screening events, film workshops, performance-based workshops, community-led engagement, and panel talks.
Their residency at Studio Pavilion was a critical space to develop a future programme and to carry out HO.RR’s collaborative, community-embedded practice on a public-facing stage. The residency was a hub of research and activity, encompassing three main elements:
Research Lab: the SHEDS working space as a place of collective research, conversation and communal working. They constructed a visual research map for tracking their evolving programme of films and research into participatory methods.
Test Site: a series of experimental engagement events for target groups within the public, visiting audiences, and peer practitioners, playing with various modes of display and interaction for critical feedback.
Pop-up Screening: a short screening programme as a final event, presenting their research in a film produced on the site.