Charlie Prodger works across moving image, writing, sculpture, drawing and printmaking. Through the prism of queer subjectivity, her work explores intertwined relations between the body, landscape, language, technology and time. To accompany her exhibition and the presentation of the complete film trilogy—Stoneymollan Trail, BRIDGIT, and SaF05—a book with a substantial essay by Sarah Hayden is released in Secession’s publication series. The London-based author and associate professor of literature and visual culture analyses the significance of voice and voiceover in Prodger’s video works. For the book, the artist has created a series of image pairings of production photos and video stills from the final part of the trilogy, SaF05.
Publisher: Buchhandlung Walther and Franz König
Text: Sarah Hayden
Designer: Sabo Day, Rosen Eveleigh
14.5 x 21 x 0.5 cm, 65 pages, softcover
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