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Roo Dhissou: Courses for Dis-Course(s)




GLOAM presents: Roo Dhissou’s Courses for Dis-Course(s)

In Courses for Dis-Course(s), artist Roo Dhissou conjures up a space for dining, eating, cooking and gathering that manifests in a sort of kitchen, dining room, café, restaurant, chill space. The project includes a series of exhibitions and dining events for British South Asian artists that will take place at GLOAM in Sheffield and Primary in Nottingham. Roo wants to explore who gets a seat at the table, the politics of orthodoxies, the art space, the home, the kitchen and the gallery by presenting a new body of sculptural, functional and architectural works that employ a variety of British Asian visual languages, culinary traditions and materiality.

Langar Thalis inlaid with gut health tips, Cha stations, posh tea sets, Manjis, Rugs, Yoga Mats, seed charts, tablecloths embroidered with political and theoretical texts, as well as Spotify playlists made during the course of the project will fill the spaces. Questioning how hosting through conviviality, cooking, eating together and conversation can create complex spaces for complaint, lament, bonding, stickiness, nuance, and the opportunity to be both comfortable and discomforted in our differences, similarities and oppositions. The installation will be used by visitors and animated with additional public events. A publication and podcast will be produced documenting conversations and other outcomes.

Courses for Dis-Course(s) is a programme created by Roo Dhissou in partnership with GLOAM and part of Primary’s Nourishment programme, a long-term project that delves into food justice, nourishment, growing and sustainable food systems.Together along with the artist, GLOAM and Primary are working on a new form of artist-institution relationships that nurture equity and reciprocity. This project is supported by Arts Council England.

Afternoon Launch (all welcome): 1 July (12–4)
Exhibition Open: 1 July – 29 July 2023
Opening Times: This exhibition included a mix of public and closed events.
Open to the public on weekends (Saturday & Sundays 12-4).

@roodhissou
https://roodhissou.com/

Curated by GLOAM Co-director Victoria Emily Sharples






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Florence Peake, Hester Reeve, Mark Titmarsh & John Latham:
Material Action

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GLOAM at Eastside Projects:
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Undress me with your eyes...


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Harold Offeh:
Creating Patterns

Group Show:
Beneath the Pewter Sky
Victoria Sharples:
Offering from the River

Celeste McEvoy:
Forehead On The Glass

Group Show:
An Expanding Field

Two Queens:
Members Show 2022

Alistair Woods:
Doves & Crossbones


2021


School of The Damned:
Blood From a Stone

Flo Main:
FOCM Spring Summer

General Practice:
Method Lab Part Two

Stella Baraklianou:
The Magician

Joe Singleton:
Million Tons Per Annum


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GLOAM is a collectively-run exhibition and studio space located in Sheffield City Centre. Since 2020, GLOAM has been run by co-directors (Stu Burke, Victoria Sharples & Thomas Lee Griffiths) at 160 Arundel Street; the former location of the DIY music venue, The Lughole. Previous co-directors include: Mark Riddington, Sam Francis Read & Rose Hedy Squires.


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Website designed by Sam Francis Read