Visual Arts

Exhibition: Showing Off @ VOID


This week is the last to see Showing Off in Derry’s Void gallery. The show, which has been curated by Mhairi Sutherland, has seen screenings from the New York initiative Women Make Movies’ archiveVoid’s Gallery 2 has a rotation of feature film’s, with a fixed series of shorter films in the gallery’s other spaces. For this final week it’s Barbara Miller’s 2012 film Forbidden Voices: How to Start a Revolution with a Computer – which looks at female bloggers in Cuba, China and Iran as they document their countries’ regimes. This film will be shown daily at 11am and 1pm, with the shorter films, including seminal works by Amy Harrison and Ayoka Chenzira, shown throughout the day.

Showing Off continues until Saturday May 20th, with the gallery open Tuesday until Saturday 11am-5pm – full details on the screenings available here.

is the Arts Editor for The Thin Air. He's also a coffee fiend, architecture enthusiast and general messer.