Liz Gre on This Is Tomorrow


29th May 2023

Group workshop for Liz Gre, ثلاثة خيوط ذهبية (Three Gold Threads), at the Royal Shakespeare Company, 2023, Photo: Pascal Vossen

Contemporary art magazine, This Is Tomorrow, invited Amah-Rose Abrams to write a text on Liz Gre’s recent A&H Meeting Point project, ثلاثة خيوط ذهبية (Three Gold Threads):

“This collaborative way of working is key to Gre’s practice. They seek to disrupt the hierarchy of the artist-led workshop processes without sacrificing the quality of the art that is made in this process. In melding the role of artist, performer and creative leader Gre creates truly moving works that speak to a truth in their creation and response.” – Amah-Rose Abrams, This Is Tomorrow

For their Meeting Point project with the Royal Shakespeare Company, artist, composer and performer, Liz Gre, worked with women from Syria, Palestine, Kurdistan and Sudan to co-produce a new sound and film installation, called ثلاثة خيوط ذهبية (Three Gold Threads), which is on show in the RSC’s The Play’s The Thing exhibition until April 2024.

Amah-Rose Abrams is an arts and culture journalist based in London. Working in features, market and criticism she has contributed to The Art Newspaperartnet NewsTime Out, Harpers Bazaar Art, Dazed and Confused and T Magazine at the NYT.

Read the full text here.


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