Screening: Carolyn Lazard

Carolyn Lazard, Emma Hedditch

23 May 2018

Wednesday 23 May, 12.00 - 7.00pm

As part of Any frame is a thrown voice performers from a variety of practices have been invited to revisit Ian White's performance work and film programming.

A Recipe for Disaster, 2017, video, 27 min (looped projection) by Carolyn Lazard in the Artists' Studio 

The first broadcasted content with captions on US television was an episode of The French Chef on WGBH in Boston in 1972. A Recipe for Disaster engages this historical moment to produce a materialist video and manifesto about media accessibility and segregated viewership.

Carolyn Lazard (b.1987) is an artist working in video, installation, sound, and performance. They have screened and exhibited work at Essex Street Gallery (New York), Anthology Film Archives (New York), The Kitchen (New York), New Museum (New York), Wexner Center for the Arts (Ohio), The Arnolfini (UK) and the Stedelijk Museum (NL). They have published writing in the Brooklyn Rail and Mousse Magazine. Lazard holds a BA from Bard College and lives in Philadelphia.

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