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Bring Me To Heal

Bring Me To Heal

Amartey Golding


This limited edition is based on Amartey Golding's film commission Bring Me To Heal, which combines filmmaking, photography and a handcrafted garment to highlight generational trauma in Britain. The title is a plea to acknowledge the importance of understanding our shared emotional past and offer collective rituals of healing. The video still depicts a key scene in the work, at which the protagonist is put to the test.

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Amartey Golding often turns to his Anglo-Scottish and Ghanaian ancestry by way of a Rastafarian upbringing as a point of departure to explore the drivers of human behaviour. Through film, photography and an increasingly labour-intensive process of sculpture, he creates dreamlike spaces, steeped in historical reference in which to locate characters experiencing moments of immutable change – points of no return that often leave the future hanging in the balance.

Edition of 20 (numbered and signed by the artist)
Dimensions: W58 x H40cm unframed
C-Type Print on Fuji Matt

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Amartey Golding’s Bring Me to Heal series is a Forma Arts & Media commission in collaboration with 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts, Victoria & Albert Museum and Tramway. It is further supported by Arts Council England, The Golsoncott Foundation, Henry Moore Foundation and Lighthouse as part of Re-Imagine Europe.

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