Clementine Butler-Gallie

Clementine Butler-Gallie’s work merges curation, artistic research and writing. Her practice stems from an interest in testing and developing durational exhibition models that explore topics of cultural contact and exchange, migration and movement. She works as a curatorial researcher for the London-based cultural research organisation Arts Cabinet.

Connected Material

The Perverted Archival Image workshop centered on and tentacled off from Studio Baalbeck. The workshop participants created an audio montage of recordings to accompany some of the visual archive material.

The emerging lexicon acts as its own active archive of a learning process. It serves as a tool in attempting to deconstruct the rich dictionary of memory and meaning held within Studio Baalbek film archive in Lebanon.