This is for Christine Cadin
1 May 2019 – 30 May 2019
Kingsway, groundfloor, Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths University of London
Continuing my investigation into issues of access for the marginalised this new work explores and unpacks the We Make Art History archive.
Artist-in-residence: GOSH Arts
The blog for this residency in which I am exploring the concept of status and testing and recording ideas as part of a 2 year residency at GOSH Arts can be read here The concept of status
Interview for The Art of Protest a new podcast for Tate looking at how art can be an act of protest. Reading This is for the Barbaras and talking about It all started when the days seemed quite plain at 13.19 mins.
With Scottee, Jeremy Deller, Anahita Razvani-Rad, Hilary Powell, Daniel Edelstyn and Alistair Gentry (Bank Job) and Raju Rage.
Interview for Where does inspiration come from? a podcast for The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy at Tate Modern, 8 March – 9 September 2018.
I’m Not Looking for Mrs Barbara, Inside Job, Tate Modern 6 – 8 April 2018 (The Guardian: Culture)
June: You are Welcome at Tate Exchange, Level 5, Tate Modern was a 4 week participatory event I was invited to curate in which the floor was handed over to the visitors in a collective gathering of evidence. Visitors were greeted by a welcome sign translated into over 40 different languages by Tate staff and invited to tell a story about a time when art made a difference. This was drawn, written, contributed to a sound wall, mapped on the world and voted about on a twenty foot wall. #TateExchange
March: I’m Not Looking for Mrs Barbara commissioned for Mining the Gap, a event at Tate Britain for women artists and practitioners to share and exchange experience of collective working and artist networks from the 1970s onward.
Artist-in-residence: Women’s Art Library commencing July 2016, ongoing
Exceptional (Business Cards and Case, used by female staff at gallery)
Commissioned for The Georgian Writing Desk and Unfolding the Archive: Reprised and Reassessed
Bank Street Arts
4 November – 5 December 2015
People United Artist Commission in collaboration with the Southbank Centre.
This is a Public Service Announcement is a new artwork created in association with Southbank Centre for their Festival of Love. Prompts in the form of videos, text and spoken word invited moments of interaction between people who encounter the artwork, the festival and the building itself with the intention of encouraging a shared experience and calls to positive action.
June – August 2015
The videos are available to view here https://vimeo.com/groups/321188
The video is now available to view here Password BARBARA
6th March – 4th April 2015
I’M Ten an online auction + exhibition benefit in support of IMT Gallery’s 10 year anniversary. Lot sold:
The Barbara Manifesto, 2015
Lot Number 23
Ink on paper
29.7 x 21 cm (11.69 x 8.27 in)
1 of 5
Courtesy of the artist and IMT Gallery, London
Signed on recto