Monster Chetwynd ‘Dogsy Ma Bone’
A3 digital print
`Dogsy Ma Bone’ was a project commissioned by Liverpool Biennial 2016. It included a live performance, film and an album, made in collaboration with 44 teenagers and over 30 children. The subject matter was a mixture of Brecht and Betty Boop. This print is of a drawing I made to depict the ‘Song A Day’ chorus, a highlight in the production that took place as a live event at Caines Brewery Liverpool. It was so successful it went on tour to Rochdale Touchstones Gallery and Tate Modern.
Monster Chetwynd (b. 1973, London) lives and works in Glasgow. Recent solo exhibitions include Toxic Pillows De Pont Tilburg, Hell Mouth 3 Eastside Projects Birmingham and Monster Rebellion Villa Arson, Nice, France (both 2019). Group exhibitons include The Seventh Continent, 16th Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul and Sixty Years, Tate Britain, London, England (both 2019). Her work is included in the collections of Tate, Arts Council Collection London, De Pont Tilburg, Le Consortium Dijon, Fonds régional d’art contemporain (FRAC) and Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst Zurich. In 2012 she was nominated for The Turner Prize.
Project organisers: Ruth Ewan, Kitty Anderson (Director of LUX Scotland), Sarah Reid (curator and educator) and Claire Forsyth (Glasgow Print Studio curator). For more information contact Sarah Reid: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Glasgow Print Studio, The Passenger Press and Flux Laser & CNC Studio.
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