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Commissioned by Turner Contemporary as their first artist’s residency, a series of Dialogic Portraits and the film As If They Existed made from a series of two-day encounters in Turner Contemporary’s studio, with women who had been adult during the 1970s Women’s Movement. Each had had an impact on possibilities for women artists, and had received varying degrees of recognition. Included in the film are curators Sandra Drew, Jenni Lomax, Lynda Morris, art historians Gill Perry, Griselda Pollock, Anne Wagner, poet and philosopher Denise Riley (audio only), and artist Rose Wylie.

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