press release

Delfina Foundation presents the London premiere of The Scar (2017), a five-screen fiction film installation by Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler. Comprised of three chapters, the film investigates structures of power—engaging with issues of patriarchy, inequality and corruption—and ultimately proposes a post-patriarchal future.

Mirza and Butler were residents at Delfina Foundation in 2015 as part of the second season of The Public Domain, during which time they began to develop The Scar.

Alongside the exhibition, there will be an associated programme of workshops, reading groups and talks exploring gender, power and place, devised by Mirza and Butler. More details will be published shortly on Delfina Foundation's website.