Friday, April 24, 2015

NEW WORK - Late at Tate St Ives: C-C (Live broadcast: Markers of Certainty)

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Late at Tate St Ives: C-C

Chris Dyson
Join us for free entry to a special Late at Tate this Friday evening, curated by Tate St Ives Artists Programme participants, Bryony Gillard and Oliver Sutherland. 
Gillard and Sutherland will present their new research project C~C, an exploration of how environment influences art-making and the similarities and links between the Cornish Coast of their childhood and the Pacific Coast of California.  
In Spring 2013, the artists undertook a journey: ‘several thousand miles through the arid and unfamiliar landscapes of the western states of the US, aiming to reach the Pacific Coast. Imagining a foreign shore meeting an ocean, we prepared for another unknown territory. On reaching our destination, however, we were transported to the coastline of our childhoods — to a returning rather than an arriving’.
As part of this project, a series of artworks and performances will be presented throughout the gallery, overlaying and intervening with the current exhibition, The Modern LensContributors include Chris DysonBryony GillardWalter de MariaAndrew MunksOliver SutherlandSarah RaraElias RomeroGino SacconeRachelle Sawatsky and Savanah Theis.

Galleries and shop open 18.00–21.00. Food and pay bar in the cafĂ© until 22.00 (last orders for food 21.00, last orders for drinks 21.30).

We hope you can join us,
Georgina Kennedy
Learning Curator: Adult Programmes
Tate St Ives
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Supported by The Great Britain Sasakawa FoundationThe Japan Foundation,
Tate Members and Tate St Ives Members
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Monday, February 9, 2015

Tate, St Ives

2015 Tate St Ives 

Artists Programme

Excited to be invited to exhibit at Tate, St Ives this coming May 2015 as part of C~C

Bryony Gillard and Oliver Sutherland will collaboratively produce a special Late at Tate event at Tate St Ives in April 2015. Gillard, based between Bristol and the Netherlands, works across a wide range of media including writing, performance, installation and music. Sutherland, based between Bristol and London, utilises hardware and software to examine the languages of digital culture and digital processes. As participants of the Artists Programme, Gillard and Sutherland will launch C~C, a research project exploring the similarities and links between the Cornish Coast and Pacific Coast (California) as sites for the production of art.

Banff - Demos: Life In Common

I will be attending June 1, 2015 - June 19, 2015 for the Demos: Life in Common residency, see below for details. 

Faculty: Alex Hartley, Astra Taylor, Nina Power 

Organizers: Imre Szeman, Eva-Lynn Jagoe 

Banff Research in Culture (BRiC) is a residency program designed for scholars and artists engaged in advanced theoretical research on themes and topics in culture. Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, junior faculty (pre-tenure), activists, writers, and practicing artists from around the world will convene at The Banff Centre for three weeks to contemplate the theme Demos: Life in Common. BRiC is designed to offer researchers and artists with similar interests from different disciplinary and professional backgrounds, an opportunity to exchange opinions and ideas in a fruitful and intensive environment. Participants are encouraged to develop new research, artistic, editorial, and authorial projects, both individually and in connection with others. Participants will attend lectures and seminars offered by visiting faculty. This program aims to develop new approaches toward the study and analysis of culture, as well as create lasting networks of scholars and artists who might use this opportunity as the basis for future collaborative work. Demos: Life in Common is the fifth edition of BRiC following Distributed Intimacies (2014); Dock(ing); or, New Economies of Exchange (2013); The Retreat: A Position of dOCUMENTA (13) (2012), and On the Commons; or, Believing-Feeling-Acting Together (2011). The Banff Centre is a world-renowned facility supporting the creation and performance of new works of visual and digital art, music, dance, theatre, research and writing.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Transacting Emotion

Transacting Emotion, 2014

Follow link above to view press release an more details. 


Image courtesy of the artist and image credits for opening documentation, Dan Centofanti

Thursday, October 30, 2014