Laura Agustín, Cora, KLW, L., John Muse, Laura Ní Fhlaibhín, and Linda Stupart | May 2018 | Crossbones Garden, London | curated by Aubree Penney
The Long Ongoing Moment publication was produced in conjunction with the exhibition Outside at Crossbones Garden, a memorial garden commemorating a mass graveyard in Southwark with a long-standing relationship to sex work.
The resulting publication engages with an embodied sense of history, utilizing artwork as well as academic and creative writing as sites of resonance across time and space to consider death, memorialization, and sex work. The digital version can be accessed at https://thelongongoingmoment.weebly.com.
Images 1) L.’s Untitled 2017, digital photograph 2) The publication cover taken from Linda Stupart’s installation and performance some men have mistaken me for death 2017-18 at Mimosa House
Generously supported by Bankside Open Spaces Trust, Friends of Crossbones, the Goldsmiths Alumni and Friends fund, MFA Curating Goldsmiths, and private donations.