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    Fan of Memory @Hidden Door Arts festival

    Fan of Memory @Hidden Door Arts festival

    Fan of Memory/Profane Illuminations May 22 – 30 Hidden Door Art Festival, Edinburgh Michele Marcoux – visual art Haftor Medbøe/Graham Coe – sound Reclaimed glass, projected light and sound create a labyrinth that transforms and fragments “He who has once begun to open the fan of memory never comes to the end of its segments; […]

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    Hag-ridden: Summerhall TV Interview

    Hag-ridden: Summerhall TV Interview

    Michele Marcoux : Hag-ridden from arts-news on Vimeo. Hag-ridden Tormented or worried, as if by a witch 2. 1680’s “afflicted by nightmares”.  An old term for sleep paralysis, the sensation of being held immobile in bed by a heavy weight and accompanied by a sense of an alien presence. Also ‘ridden by the hag’, ‘the […]

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    Hag-ridden - my latest exhibition opens at Summerhall 6th June

    Hag-ridden – my latest exhibition opens at Summerhall 6th June

    It was a nightmare I had only once, aged 19; sleeping in the family home that I increasingly felt was haunted…. I awoke, desperately seeking proof that it was over. The clock, the lamp, the glass of water, the wooden staircase leading down into darkness. My twin sister’s bedroom door across the hall was closed. […]

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    Hag-ridden (haɡ-rɪd(ə)n) - exhibition June 6th Summerhall

    Hag-ridden (haɡ-rɪd(ə)n) – exhibition June 6th Summerhall

    It was a nightmare I had only once, aged 19; sleeping in the family home that I increasingly felt was haunted…. I awoke, desperately seeking proof that it was over. The clock, the lamp, the glass of water, the wooden staircase leading down into darkness. My twin sister’s bedroom door across the hall was closed. […]

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    A room of one's own

    A room of one’s own

    For years I have had a recurring dream. I am alone in an old house (or is it a flat?).  With a dark central hallway and a number of closed doors  it feels haunted,  intimidating but also exciting and full of potential.  I think I have been here before.  Should I be here? I start […]

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    Exhibition - blood/MarcyAV The Old Ambulance Depot, Edinburgh Oct 2013

    Exhibition – blood/MarcyAV The Old Ambulance Depot, Edinburgh Oct 2013

    blood/MarcyAV blood/MarcyAV, a girl’s heart of darkness, was an exhibition of visual art, poetry and sound at Ambulance Depot in Edinburgh 31st Oct – 4th Nov 2013. Visual Art/Curation (Michele Marcoux), Poetry (Sheila Black), Sound (Lynne Thermann). blood/MarcyAV focused on our time spent in 1980′s Williamsburg Brooklyn during a period when drugs were rife and crime […]

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    Exhibition - Hagridden, Summerhall Lower Church Gallery, Edinburgh June-July 2014
    Exhibition – Hagridden, Summerhall Lower Church Gallery, Edinburgh June-July 2014

    Hag-ridden ˈhaɡ-rɪd(ə)n Tormented or worried, as if by a witch  1680’s “afflicted by nightmares”.  An old term for sleep paralysis, the sensation of being held immobile in bed by a heavy weight and accompanied by a sense of an alien presence. Also: Succubus, Mære (Old English), The Old Hag (Newfoundland), Witch…

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    Fan of Memory @Hidden Door Arts festival
    Fan of Memory @Hidden Door Arts festival

    Fan of Memory/Profane Illuminations May 22 – 30 Hidden Door Art Festival, Edinburgh Michele Marcoux – visual art Haftor Medbøe/Graham Coe – sound Reclaimed glass, projected light and sound create a labyrinth that transforms and fragments “He who has once begun to open the fan of memory never comes t…

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    Continental Drift
    Continental Drift

    What can we know?—and how do we know it?—how does the trace, memory, relic of one thing morph into another or how does it form a path we follow? These seem particularly urgent questions in light of women’s history—so much of which exists in the fragmentary form of memory and story. These are questions that we (vi…

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    A room of one's own
    A room of one’s own

    For years I have had a recurring dream. I am alone in an old house (or is it a flat?).  With a dark central hallway and a number of closed doors  it feels haunted,  intimidating but also exciting and full of potential.  I think I have been here before.  Should I be here? I start […]…