Well Projects is excited to present ‘my hole is the place where i call myself a mother’, a solo exhibition by Lou Lou Sainsbury, produced in collaboration with graphic design by Hannah Sakai, music by Marie Tučkovà and performance by Sarjon, and curated by Kris Lock.

Drawing on research into colonial histories, christian iconography, holes and trans motherhood, Lou Lou Sainsbury presents a multidisciplinary installation that extends through waxy poetics and knotted, spiraling time forms (sci fi time / vampire time / earth time / human time / celestial time / microscopic time / tree time) as a distillation of historical consciousness and an allegory for love, caring and listening.

‘my hole is the place where i call myself a mother’ is the fourth in a series of 6 exhibitions that form Well Projects’ 2020 programme, Energy Systems.


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