STOP PRESS: Films showing at the Jerwood Visual Arts Project Space in May 2013!
"Jerwood Visual Arts presents a new body of work titled #mylife by Wiltshire-based artist Meg Mosley. This solo presentation features two films; Agog, The Grandmother Diaries’ and Viva Trow Vegas, Just a small town girl and the launch of an online music video, which will take place during the course of the exhibition.
"Mosley’s work explores the documentary format and how stories can be manipulated, published and spread through the internet. Her projects often involve her family and friends as source material, as well as engaging local communities who participate as part of large-scale, orchestrated, performances and gatherings. These events are normally organised through social media channels and are then retold and re-presented through narrated video documentary."
Read more here: Jerwood Visual Arts Project Space.
1. Agog - The Grandmother Diaries
As part of the Trowbridge Arts Festival last year, I held the premiere of "Agog - The Grandmother Diaries", a film about my relationship with my Grandmother. A couple of months before the screening, Gogs sadly passed away, leaving me to oversee and attend the premiere on my own.
This was something of an ordeal under these sad circumstances but it turned out to be a great evening. The event is documented in "Viva Trow-vegas" and you'll also be able to see "Agog..." in full at my event in London in May (above).
In the meantime, check out the trailer for the film here.
Agog Trailer from Meg Mosley on Vimeo.