LUCY REYNOLDS

Lucy Reynolds’ Silo Walk recalls Greenham Common’s past as an American
air base and the site of a ten year battle between female anti-nuclear
protestors, the military and British government during the 1980s. Reynolds’
double screen film projection Silo Walk attempts to map four women’s
remembrances amongst the dotted lines and demarcations of the official history.

Lucy Reynolds is an artist, film lecturer and curator. She has written articles on
artists’ moving image for journals such as Afterall, Millenium Film Journal and
Vertigo. She has curated film programmes for Tate Modern and Mukha,
Antwerp and teaches the history and theory of cinema and artists’ moving
image at Central St Martins, Kingston University, the University of Westminster
and Goldsmiths College, London. Her own films, performances and installations
have been shown at the National Film Theatre and galleries in London and
Europe.
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