This summer, Glasgow-based artists Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich will present a new and thought-provoking art installation at Perth Museum and Art Gallery. The Serpent of Capitalism will invite audiences to think about capitalism in our society and what the alternatives might be.

To accompany the large-scale inflatable serpent sculpture, a series of drawings and photographs by Walker & Bromwich will re-imagine the shifting world around us and trace the shaping of societies, religions, ideas, and beliefs.

The exhibition will also premiere two new films; Possible Dialogues Scotland #2 and The Serpent of Capitalism; documenting events that took place in Walker & Bromwich’s expansive artwork, Encampment of Eternal Hope, during last year’s COP26, which focused on amplifying Indigenous voices at this critical time and bringing people together to collectively find ways to re-align with earth’s living systems.

Possible Dialogues Scotland #2 will be simultaneously premiered at Documenta fifteen, a contemporary art exhibition held in Kassel, Germany, as part of the presentation by Más Arte Más Acción (MAMA) Colombia.

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