Georgia Horgan | Events

23 February – 11 April 2015

Events Satellites

During Georgia Horgan's exhibition Machine Room, the space was used to house a series of events and screenings, discussing how women, the body and labour are implicated in contemporary capitalism.


Social Reproduction, 23 February, 6pm
A reading group about the work often related, but not limited to, ‘child-rearing’, which women have been typically expected to embrace as life.

Ursula Biemann, 5 March, 6pm
A screening of Ursula Biemann’s 1999 video essay Performing the Border, which examines the conditions of female workers in Cuidad Juárez’s electronics factories or ‘maquiladoras’ on the U.S./Mexico border.

Positions of Power, 14 March, 6pm
A filmic event around sexual reproductive pharma technologies, performed by Letitia Beatriz. Letitia Beatriz is the collaborative entity of Julia Scott and Emilia Muller-Ginorio; they are engaged in a sustained research practice which comes from desires to live, embody, practice, speak and communicate struggles 'around feminism'.

Petra Bauer, 26 March, 6pm
A screening of Sisters! Petra Bauer’s film made in 2011 with Southall Black Sisters, an organisation in London that provides support for black and ethnic minority women experiencing gender related violence and inequality.

Magic Kills Industry, 11 April, 6pm
A performance by Georgia Horgan about witchcraft, women, textiles, machinery and technology.

Download the flyer for the programme of events here

Read the Satellites 2015 Publication here


Archive, Exhibitions, Satellites: Georgia Horgan, Machine Room, 14 February – 19 April 2015

Satellites Programme is Collective’s development programme for emergent artists and producers based in Scotland. 2015 participants were: Georgia Horgan, Thomas Aitchison, France-Lise McGurn, Scott Rogers and Hardeep Pandhal

This is an archived programme entry.

Thomas Abercromby, 'John', video still 2023, courtesy of the artist. Photo Daniel Hughes. Featured Julia Lau and Nevil Jose

Thomas Abercromby


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Liza Sylvestre, 'asweetsea' video still, 2022, courtesy of the artist.

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