The Southend’s Twilight Worlds publication uncovers a complex and stimulating history of marginalised identities within the city of Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Featuring essays by Justin Bengry, Rose Cleary, Merline Evans, Elliot Gibbons, Theodore Gordon, Vittorio Ricchetti and Sarah Wayman, alongside a poem by the artist Elsa James, and interviews with UK Black Pride, Southend Pride and South Essex African and Caribbean Association.
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The publication is also available to purchase via The Old Waterworks and at TOMA Project Space during exhibition opening hours.
SOUTHEND’S TWILIGHT WORLDS
inc. 24 pages of colour plates
published in 2022
Limited edition of 300 copies
Printed in the Uk by pressision
recycled and FSC mixed papers
Justin Bengry, Rose Cleary, Merline Evans, Elliot Gibbons, Theodore Gordon, Elsa James, Vittorio Ricchetti, Southend Pride, SEACA (Josephine Melville), UK Black Pride, and Sarah Wayman.
The Old Waterworks
Southend’s Twilight Worlds is curated by Elliot Gibbons and produced in partnership with TOMA (The Other MA), The Old Waterworks, Grrrl Zine Fair, Southend Pride, Metal Southend, Focal Point Gallery, Southend Museums and Essex Cultural Diversity Project, and is made possible with funding from Arts Council England and Essex Heritage Trust.
© 2022 Elliot Gibbons. All rights reserved