Join our latest Desktop Studio Visit with residency artist Brooke Palmieri and Wysing's assistant curator Ruth Dorber on Wednesday 1 March, 5pm GMT (online).
Discussion will focus on Brooke Palmieri's residency at Wysing Arts Centre and their wider artistic practice. The in-conversation will be followed by an opportunity for questions from the audience.
The studio visit will be streamed live on this page from 5pm on 1 March.
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About Brooke Palmieri
Brooke Palmieri is an artist, writer, and educator working at the intersection of memory, history, and gender-bending alternate realities. In 2018 they founded CAMP BOOKS, a platform and travelling bookshop promoting access to queer history through prints and zines; workshops and installations; and the collaborative construction of archives related to LGBTQIA+ activism and the long history of gender non-conformity. Their writing has recently been featured in Louche Magazine and anthologies by Pilot Press, and their work has been exhibited at Gaada, the Glasgow Women’s Library, The Bower, and Chelsea Space.
About Ruth Dorber
Ruth Dorber is a curator and writer. She studied Curatorial Practice at Glasgow School of Art. She has previously worked with MIMA, Headlands Centre for the Arts, Atlas Arts, The Association for Art History, Understate Projects, and as an artist assistant to Indira Allegra.
Her practice explores fandom and the role of curator as fan. She runs @gushresidency Glasgow, which works with artists to explore themes of love, care and desire.