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“Miss Calpurnia” in Australian screening

12 September 2014 // Filed under Latest

The ever popular Miss Calpurnia, 2011 will be shown as part of a screening included in the show LA Woman at Marrickville Garage, Sydney, Australia next weekend.

 Echoes of the Feminist Art Moment of the 1970’s still resound in the hills of Southern California with voices that demand to be heard. The included feminist video program, Haunted,makes clear the vitality of the new wave of artists invested in women’s issues and the right to express their experience in their own way – Elizabeth Cheatham Wild.

 


 

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New work: “A Room full of Stones”, 2014

2 September 2014 // Filed under Latest

Single-channel video, 1:19 mins. Dimensions variable.

With a nod to early animation tropes, my voice and hand-crafted paper objects are sculpted as flows of intensity, bending and coalescing to the rhythm of the frame. A series of small, lyrical gestures and movements that are at once intimate and monumental, enables an exploration of film and voice as object.

   Share or discuss    2014-09-02    Anne

Rock sculptures included in “Cross Sections” at Mills College Art Museum

14 July 2014 // Filed under Latest

Cross Section: Recent Acquisitions

Mills College Art Museum, Oakland
July 16th-August 31st, Opening, Wednesday July 16th, 6-8pm

Cross Section: Recent Acquisitions showcases recently acquired pieces in dialogue with artwork from MCAM’s permanent collection. Artists include Cecily Brown, Judy Chicago, Olafur Eliasson, Mika Rottenberg, Allison Smith, Shinique Smith, Alec Soth, Carrie Mae Weems, Pae White, Fred Wilson and many more.

A new iteration for the paper rocks from A Granite Note (2013), a three-channel video installation recently shown at Mills College Art Museum in The Shape of a Pocket, Anne Colvin and Margaret Tait will be presented in Cross Section. In the original installation the rocks were placed behind the film screens and lit with pink theatre lights, so the configuration has changed. I like the fact that these rocks can exist on their own within different contexts–in this case with 19th and early 20th century Californian photographers–leading to new and unexpected experiences.

 

   Share or discuss    2014-07-14    Anne

“Miss Calpurnia” in Craftswoman House LA screening

30 June 2014 // Filed under Latest

Miss Calpurnia will be included in Haunted, a video screening by Craftswoman House at Winslow Garage, LA on Friday July 18th.

Featuring works by: Ursula Brookbank, Min Choi, Anne Colvin, Micol Hebron, Nina Lassila, Elizabeth Leister, Shana Robbins and Alberto Roman, Simone Stroll, Tracy Abbott, Szatan and Marisa Williamson.

   Share or discuss    2014-06-30    Anne

Mills College Art Museum collection

9 May 2014 // Filed under Latest

A Granite Note, 2013 (three-channel video installation and paper rock sculptures) is now part of the Mills College Art Museum collection. This is a unique collection with significant holdings of prints and drawings, photography, ceramics, textiles, Native American basketry, and early 20th-century California painting. Highlights for me include works by artists such as László Moholy-Nagy, Man Ray, Imogen Cunningham and Jay DeFeo.

   Share or discuss    2014-05-09    Anne

Paraphernalia

24 April 2014 // Filed under Latest

Delighted to be included in Jim Lambie’s Poetry Club’s inauguaral magazine issue Paraphernalia. Founded by artist Jim Lambie in 2012, The Poetry Club in Glasgow is both an artwork and an event space in Glasgow that hosts performance, music, poetry and exhibitions. A cut-out from Three Pieces in the Shape of …. (2013)–a film and object installation developed while in residence at Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow–was used to illustrate local poet  Jim Ferguson’s works.

 

   Share or discuss    2014-04-24    Anne

“A Granite Note” installation views

3 April 2014 // Filed under Latest