My work ‘From darkness, light’ is appearing in the group show ‘God’ curated by Rekha Sameer at Let Work Art Gallery in Pune, India from 18th to 28th December 2014. More details at the gallery website.
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‘A Land of Virtual Delights’ at The Control Room in Bristol
My work ‘A Land of Virtual Delights’ is appearing at a group show, ‘Control’, curated by Rekha Sameer, at the Control Room in Bristol from 17th-23rd November 2014. There is a private view with performances on Sunday 23rd November from 12 – 4PM. More information on the Control Room website which uses an image of my work at the top of the post.
‘Lists etc.’ at Leeds College of Art
Two things at once
Like buses, events arrive inconveniently spaced. This weekend I am involved with the London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery and the 365 Drawings Open Day at OHOS in Reading.
I will be at the Whitechapel on Friday 26/9/14. My book ‘Bird Oil’ which is part of the AMBruno ‘Lists’ project and my new print edition ‘The Night Man’ part of the ‘Stills’ project, will be available throughout. Please come along. Details: here.
All the drawings made for ‘365 Drawings’ will be on show at OHOS in Reading on Saturday 27/9/14. There is a substantial series of events, performances and a banquet. I will be reading a new piece called ‘Getting There’ at 12:05. Well worth a visit. Details: here.
Download the Programme.
Installation of my work ‘Fallen Things’ at 365 Drawings exhibition
Fixtures and Fittings – Work for the Atina Palazzo Exhibition
The culmination of our Residency in Atina is an exhibition at the Palazzo Ducale Cantelmo in Atina which opens this evening at 6 PM 11/8/14 and is open 12-13/8/14.
My work has been made at the Asilo Infantile Beatrice where all the artists are staying and where we have our studio space. The Asilo building has been a place of work for many years and each era has brought its own technology for living and working. ‘Fixtures and Fittings’ is a series of drawings that studies these technologies. It focuses on these seemingly inanimate devices as they quietly go about their business of channelling energy; managing the flow of liquids; restraining and releasing the movement of goods and people.
Atina Residency – Work in Progress
I am now in Atina in Italy on a residency at The Asilo Infantile Beatrice which was formerly a nursery run by nuns and is now a community art centre. The Asilo building is full of history. It has been a place of work in different guises for many years and each new era has brought its own technology for living and working, laid over the previous, all still evident to the visitor.
My project is provisionally entitled ‘Fixtures and Fittings’ and is a series of drawings featuring details of the building. Work in progress is below. We have a show at Sant’Ambrogio sul Garliano on Saturday 9/8/14 at 6PM, and our final exhibition at the Palazzo Cantelmo in Atina opens at 6PM on 11/8/14 and runs till 13/8/14. Not all these drawings will necessarily be shown.
Bird Oil in Liverpool
My book ‘Bird Oil’ is on show at the AMBruno table at the Liverpool Artists’ Book Fair on the 4th and 5th July 2014.
The first major Liverpool Artists’ Book Fair will be held in Liverpool’s spectacular refurbished Central Library on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th July 2014. There will be around 30 tables of artists’ work for sale. Entry for the public is free.
Opening Times: Friday 4th July 2014 11.00 – 18.00; Saturday 5th July 10.00 – 17.00
More information about the Book Fair at their website.
On Landscape Project Website
Back in March, my book, ‘Side County and Netson’ was included in the On Landscape #1 exhibition. The project is by Minna Kantonen, Dafna Talmor and Emma Wieslander and explores representations of landscape. A website about the project has now been launched.
Exhibition at OHOS in Reading now open
My exhibition ‘tree little milk egg book’ is now open at OHOS in Reading. It continues on Wednesday 18 June through to Saturday 21 June with a closing event on Saturday afternoon. All welcome!
Here are some photos:
This is me working out what goes where during installation
(photo by Ingrid Jensen)
Visitors at the gallery (photo by Ingrid Jensen)