Screening at the Hyde Park Picture House

Hyde Park Picture House 73 Brudenell Road Leeds LS6 1JD

From the attentive gestures of an Aboriginal daughter nursing her dying adoptive mother, to the content moderators tasked with scrubbing photos of Osama bin Laden from search engines, this screening explores the politics and representation of cleaning and caring.

Programmed by Gill Park, doctoral researcher in the School of Fine Art History of Art & Cultural Studies and Amy Charlesworth, Lecturer in Art History at The Open University, in association with Pavilion and Leeds College of Art

Films will include:

Joanna Davis, Often During the Day (1979)

Tracey Moffatt, Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy (1990)

Eva and Franco Mattes, Dark Content (2015)

Rehana Zaman, Sharla Shabana Sojourner Selena (2016)


Tickets: Free. Book online via eventbrite or email

Image: Franco & Eva Mattes, Dark Content, 2015