For the ‘SEIZE’ show, I adapted the drips from ‘Door’ (previously shown at the ‘Make/Shift’ exhibition) to behave as though they were dripping through the top three levels of the Bargehouse.
“One in particular used the slowly-decaying structure to good effect, allowing a man-made water leak to trickle through the floors – stretching the possibilities of art spaces, as if they too can be part of a larger installation altogether.”
– page 9 in the Kensington & Chelsea Review (September 2011)
My work is featured in this issue (3) of Plog Magazine.
Plog is an independent publication designed and curated by students, dedicated in showcasing student and graduate art work both on and offline.
I have a small show of selected prints and thread drawings in ‘The Local’ pop-up space at the Fishmarket Gallery in Northampton.
It’s free and there are other exhibitions up too, come along and have a look!
1st – 10th September (Thurs – Sat, 10am – 6pm)
Two hour performance with Kimvi Nguyen during the opening of the ‘SEIZE’ Exhibition at the Bargehouse in London. Photography by Andy Reaney.
Photography by Amy Hutton
Photography by Andy Reaney
FORMA performed a site-specific performance/installation as part of the event at the University of Southampton’s Student Union to celebrate International Women’s Day.
The performance duration was two hours, with each of us sat on the top of a ladder. We were connected by shirts with extended arms. The tension created by the weight of the shirt arms required trust in one another not to pull any of us off of the ladder.
Once the performance finished, the shirts were left in place for the duration of the exhibition.
A collaborative performance with Kimvi Nguyen for ‘The Event’, at Winchester School of Art.
Ten minute performance, taking it in turns to blow charcoal (Kimvi) and chalk (myself) across increasing layers of acetate on a projector.