“…and the fig trees in the Alameda gardens”

“…and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens”

 Installation for the Garrison Library, Gibraltar, 2013

16mm films shown on monitors,  a vitrine with materials from their archive,  interventions in the library bookcases and a display on desk furniture.

 

 Upper Reading Room  

Vitrine Left:  ‘Image and Narrative’ 2013,  from the film First Memory
Vitrine Right: ‘Mappings and Readings’ 2013, from the film Stabat Mater
Stabat Mater 1990, (8 mins) showing continuously on monitor
First Memory, 1981, (20 mins) showing continuously on monitor
Bookcases :  Four influential essays

Map Room
Close to Home, 1985, (30 mins) showing continuously on monitor.
Partner’s Desk:  Untitled 2013, photograph, map and letter from the film Close to Home

Landing
Terrace 2012, (1 min) video loop and wall text.
Meteorologies, 2013, artist’s book, audio 21 mins and sheet with list of tracks.

 

Publication
“…and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens” with text by Nina Danino, ‘Gibraltar and the Filmic Imagination’, Mousse Publishing, Milan, 2013

Press Release

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Publicity
“...and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens,  invitation card, 2013.

“...and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens”, The Garrison Library, Upper Reading Room, 2013



Photo  John Bugeja