A moving image commission by Dan Guthrie exploring the potential for the ‘radical un-conservation’ of the Blackboy Clock; an item of contested heritage in Guthrie’s hometown of Stroud.
Dan Guthrie is an artist who often works with the moving image to explore representations and mis-representations of Black Britishness with an interest in examining how they manifest themselves in rural areas. Recent presentations of his work include Prismatic Ground, Berlinale Forum Expanded, the Independent Cinema Office and LUX’s Right of Way screening tour.
Partners and Supporters
Commissioned and produced by Spike Island and Chisenhale Gallery, London.