Desktop Studio Visit: Eve Stainton
Monday 13th February, 5pm GMT (online)
Join our latest Desktop Studio Visit with residency artist Eve Stainton and Ruth Dorber, Assistant Curator at Wysing Arts Centre, on 13 February, 5pm (online).
Discussion will focus on Eve Stainton's recent residency at Wysing Arts Centre as well as their wider artistic influences. The in-conversation event will be followed by an opportunity for questions from the audience. The studio visit will be streamed live on our Wysing Broadcasts site.
This event will be captioned. Please get in touch with us to let us know if there is something you need to be able to participate in this event, by emailing Elizabeth Brown at email@example.com.
About Eve Stainton
Eve Stainton is an artist interested in the politics of uncodeable queer presence and its intersections with race and class. They create multidisciplinary performance worlds that hold movement practices, digital collage and welded steel, and other invisible forces like waves, imagination and drama. These forms work together to create live ecologies that are discordant, multilayered and psychedelic. Stainton is interested in the production of conflicting states and textures to unravel essentialist thinking, with the intent to create more expansive understandings of the lesbian identity, non-gender/variance, and perceptions of the ‘real’.
During their time at Wysing, Stainton has been researching how movement, live welding and live sound can come together choreographically under a new performance project, Impact Driver. Impact Driver is interested in methodologies for constructing thriller-like suspense. How suspense can be sustained as the main event in the absence of a climax or traditional resolve. Haunting, time stretching, absurdist. Foregrounding the gender non-conforming masc experience. Involving a cast of performers from different creative backgrounds Tink Flaherty, Leisha Thomas, Imani Mason Jordan, Romeo Roxman Gat and Eve Stainton, with sound world contributions from Mica Levi and Leisha Thomas.
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.