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Screening: Jerusalem Pink, 2016
with Professor David Munro

7th October | 5:00 pm

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image: still from Maeve Brennan, Jerusalem Pink, 2016 (40mins) copyright 2018 Maeve Brennan

We are delighted to be screening artist Maeve Brennan’s 40 minute film Jerusalem Pink, which explores modern stone quarrying in Palestine in connection to an architectural survey her great-grandfather had completed of the Dome of the Rock, the Islamic Shrine at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount. The film documents four experts (an archaeologist, a stone worker, a geologist and an architect) discussing the Palestinian landscape and its limestone geology from the perspective of their disciplines.

Professor David Munro will respond to Jerusalem Pink in relation to his research on local limestone geology and quarrying.

We are pleased to screen Jerusalem Pink in the context of our current exhibition, Louise Hopkins’ Flying Fox, and in proximity of the nearby Closeburn Limestone Formation.

 

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Details

Date:
7th October
Time:
5:00 pm

Venue

Cample Line
Thornhill DG3 4XX United Kingdom
Phone:
01848 330000

Organiser

Cample Line