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Guantanamera is a film, installation and recording project devised in collaboration with David Harding (former Head of Environmental Art and Sculpture at Glasgow School of Art) and was filmed in Cuba (2008) and Miami (2009). It was funded by SAC and Glasgow City Council and produced by Douglas Gordon. The project focuses upon the recording and broadcast of the Cuban song, Guantanamera. Guantanamera has been screened and exhibited internationally since its launch at Glasgow International in April 2010. Exhibitions/Screenings: Trades Hall, GI (17-18 April 2010); Swiss Institute in Rome (9 May-25 Sept 2010); Kunsthalle Basel (13 Jun-22 Aug 2010; public film screening at StadtKino, Basel, 29 June 2011); Galleri Rotor 1, Gothenburg (8 Oct-7 Nov 2010; screening and lecture 11 Oct 2011); Cobra Museum of Modern Art (8 May 2011; a closing event, public screening and discussion with !Patria o Libertad! exhibition curator Paco Barragán and Roos Gortzak, Exhibition Co-ordinator, Kunsthalle Basel); Americas Society (17 May–30 July 2011; a film screening and panel discussion with Carmen Pelaez, Yasmeen Siddiqui and Gabriela Rangel was held on 18 May 2011); Portikus, Frankfurt am Main (18 Nov 2011-22 Jan 2012; talk at Staedelschule, 15 Nov 2011). A book published by Portikus, Frankfurt am Main is forthcoming in 2013, titled, You Like This Garden? Ross Birrell/David Harding and Douglas Gordon, with a new essay by Jan Verwoert and texts by Sophie Von Olfers and Nikolaus Hirsch, Walter Benjamin, Hannah Arendt, Malcolm Lowry, Jose Marti and Mark Neocleous (ISBN: 978-1-934105-78-8)
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