Summerhall June 7 – July 11, 2014.
Private View June 6, 7pm.

In ‘Hag-ridden’ SSA Member Michele Marcoux explores the idea of personal identity—specifically female identity–as a form of haunting. Through a range of approaches and materials – drawings on carbon paper, collage, moving image, found objects and text, the exhibition is a record of her explorations.

With reference to female archetypes from Hitchcock to horror film, literature (including the writing of Shirley Jackson and Henry James) as well as iconography from her childhood growing up an identical twin, Michele Marcoux explores formal visual ideas of collage, duplication, erosion, to create a portrait of identity as dream, obsession, resonant memory.

Lower Church Galleries
Edinburgh EH9 1PL

For further information on the show please see her blog:



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