Please see the full schedule for the evening here

Queen Mary University of London has recently acquired the Ian Hinchliffe archive. To mark this moment Afterlives is an evening considering questions of archives and legacies through the art and lives of four extraordinary and influential artists who have died in recent years – Ian Hinchliffe, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Lol Coxhill and Roger Ely.

The evening will feature performances, screenings, and talks by the artists, scholars and curators Anne Bean, Dave Stephens, Eleanor Roberts, Helen Petts, Nikki Milican and Dominic Johnson.

Screenings include Helen Petts' Solo Soprano – a Portrait of Lol Coxhill, Matt Page's HINCH -a film about Ian Hinchliffe, and Elisabeth Wilding's film of one of Roger Ely's final performances Endings are Beginnings are Endings

Afterlives has been developed and produced in a collaboration between Queen Mary University of London, LADA and Dave Stephens.

Supported by Queen Mary University, London, School of English and Drama

Banner image credit:

Lol Coxhill – still from Solo Soprano film by Helen Petts

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