Solo show at the former house and studio of John Latham.
A reading-aloud group organised in collaboration with Irene Revell. Initiated in January 2020 to read Gertrude Stein's The Making of Americans (1925) over the course of a year, the group is continuing with other texts chosen for their sonic qualities and duration. We meet online roughly every two weeks.
We have been invited to take part in -And-, the second in a series of twelve annual events taking place on December 12 from 12 noon to midnight (EST) organised by Christof Migone.
Some are thinking, some are feeling, some are thinking and feeling, some are thinking some one is feeling, some are thinking some one is thinking, some are thinking some one is feeling and thinking, some are feeling some one is thinking, some are feeling some one is thinking and feeling, some are feeling some one is feeling.
A continuous static shot captures a small group reading from Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans in a park by the river Thames. The soundtrack combines close recordings of each voice within the surrounding soundscape: wind, distant traffic, passing boats, dogs, cyclists, voices. The readers take turns, passing to the person on their left at the end of each page. The reading is unrehearsed.
These are so very many ways of thinking and feeling connecting, not connecting, of being existing, of not being existing, there are so many ways of realising and not realising thinking thinking and feeling being, thinking being, feeling being, feeling not being, thinking not being, thinking and feeling not being, some kind of thinking, some kind of feeling not being in some one.
Readers: Cathy Lane, Miranda Clow, Sarah Chatwin, Sarbina Fuller, Julia Calver, Irene Revell and Anna Barham
Artistic and Curatorial Team: CÚline Condorelli, Femke Herregraven, Liz Jensen, Prem Krishnamurthy and Grace Ndiritu.
Artists and Contributors: Roger Ackling, Anni Albers, Anna Barham, Chiara Camoni, Revital Cohen and Tuur van Balen, CÚline Condorelli, Armando D. Cosmos, Isa Genzken, Femke Herregraven, Charlotte Johannesson, Hannah Catherine Jones, On Kawara, The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift, Agnieszka Kurant, Nicola L, Vivian Lynn, Angus McBean, Anthony McCall, Eline McGeorge, Sandra Mujinga, Grace Ndiritu, John Newling, B.J. Nilsen, Nottingham City Museums, Asad Raza, Delphine Reist, Ben Rivers, Connie Samaras, School of Geography Map Collection, University of Nottingham, Cauleen Smith, Michael E. Smith, Jenna Sutela, Elisabeth Wild, Zara Zandieh and Andrea Zittel.
Intertitles is an anthology of work situated at the intersection of writing and the visual arts. The anthology aims to explore their confluence and is conceived in response to a twofold observation: the increased presence of written, spoken and performed language in the work of visual artists and the simultaneous increase in visibility and circulation of the work and voices of writers in the visual arts arena.
with Fatema Abdoolcarim, Victoria Adukwei Bulley, Bebe Ashley, Anna Barham, Paul Becker, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Adam Christensen, Sophie Collins, CAConrad, Rory Cook, Jesse Darling, Ana´s Duplan, Inua Ellams, Olamiju Fajemisin, Johanna Hedva, Caspar Heinemann, Sophie Jung, Sharon Kivland, Tarek Lakhrissi, Ghislaine Leung, Quinn Latimer, Jordan Lord, Dasha Loyko, Charlotte Prodger, Laure Prouvost, Flo Ray, P. Staff, Alice Theobald, Jesper List Thomsen.
foreword by Isabel Waidner