East London Stripper Collective

Exhibition


Cook, J. 2017. East London Stripper Collective. msdm studios at Stepney Way, Whitechapel, London
CreatorsCook, J.
Description

The ELSC FILES is a book and exhibition project with the East London Stripper Collective that evidences the activism of a group of six women, juxtaposing this with the language of photographic portraiture and performance within an East London warehouse awaiting demolition and redevelopment. In this setting these representations and re-representations within a series of six books challenge the notion of ‘progress’ in many ways. The content includes not just portraiture, but evidence of social media as a site for participation, communication and public event organisation - challenging the stigma of stereotype that dogs the perception of this industry.

Date2017
Exhibition titleEvidencing the East End
Web address (URL)http://www.msdm.org.uk/pr/portfolio/evidencing-the-east-end
Additional information

Evidencing the East End: Two photobook projects developed at 85 Stepney Way (Whitechapel) as a double site-specific installation.

paula roush : BLACKCHAPEL woundings
Julie Cook: East London Stripper Collective.

Publication process dates
Deposited01 Feb 2018
CompletedMay 2017
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