A Plus A Gallery
San Marco 3073, Venezia
Artists: Amelia Crouch, Oliver Czarnetta, Sam Ekwurtzel, Daniel Faust, Benjamin Hirte, Paloma Munoz & Waler Martin, Rohwajeong, Giles Round, Vanessa Safavi, Aki Sasamoto.
Curated by students of the School for Curatorial Studies, Venice.
Jul 10 2017 19:00 – 21:00
Second Home Spitalfields, 68-80 Hanbury St, E1 5JL London
Tickets are free to Second Home members or £3 for non-members. (Tickets here).
Hear artist Amelia Crouch share and discuss extracts of her recent work Spectral Evidence (2016). This moving image artwork, exploring colour perception and colour language, combines research into the evolution of the eye, the physics of light, linguistics and semiotics.
The piece was produced for The Scientific Method – a group exhibition of moving image works that adopt scientific, quasi-scientific or pedagogical formats in order to consider the human search for systemic, graspable or quantifiable meaning in an uncertain world. Crouch co-curated the exhibition at The Tetley, Leeds, in 2016-17 and will talk both about Spectral Evidence and how it fits into her wider artistic research and interests.
Artists Amelia Crouch, Luke Drozd and Katch Skinner create works responding to Cliffe Castle Museum.
South Square, Thornton, BD13 3LD City of Bradford
3 March 2017
Rogue Artists’ Studios – 1st Floor Project Space, 72 Chapeltown St, Manchester M1 2WH, UK
A screening of new works by the Film Material collective based at Rogue and emerging and established artists from across the UK. Featuring work by Jenny Holt, Chris Paul Daniels & Sam Meech, Kevin Craig, Tariq Emam, Maya Sherpa, Amelia Crouch, R L Wilson, MMU Graphics students and the Unravel Project.
MAKING & EXHIBITING MOVING IMAGE WORK: Chris Paul Daniels, Ope Lori & Amelia Crouch
Wednesday 18 January, 2017. The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds, LS10 1JQ
Talk runs 2-3.30pm, open to all. Tutorials from 3.30-5.30pm by application
Join artists Chris Paul Daniels, Ope Lori and Amelia Crouch for an event aimed at early-career artists working with (or seeking to work with) moving image. Chis, Ope and Amelia will share extracts of their recent projects and discuss the trials and tribulations working with moving image, with an emphasis on the logistics of getting projects made. Topics will include: working with commissioners, seeking funding, site-responsive practice, technicalities of production and post-production, directing performers and finding exhibition opportunities. Artist presentations and discussion (2-3.30pm) are open to all.
Additionally up to 12 attendees will have the opportunity for a 20 minute 1 to 1 session with one of the artists. These sessions are via application and will be led by participants taking the form of – for example – a portfolio review, artwork crit., targeted advice or feedback on a particular project you are working on. To apply: Please apply via Cutratorspace by clicking here with a short statement (maximum 200 words) outlining why you want a 1 to 1 session and what you hope to get out of it. Please also indicate if you have a preference for seeing a particular artist.
Chris Paul Daniels: www.chrispauldaniels.com
Ope Lori: www.opelori.com
Amelia Crouch: www.ameliarcouch.com
Image: A Tiger’s Skin by Chris Paul Daniels.
How do we make sense of today’s information overload, from post-truth politics to mind-boggling quantum physics and neuroscience? The Scientific Method shows how artists have revealed the structures and systems of knowledge that we consume daily, subverting the accepted and confounding the expected.
This exhibition brings together recent moving image works by artists Amelia Crouch, Patricia Esquivias, Sian Robinson Davies, Liz Magic Laser, Kate Liston and Yuri Pattison, alongside drawings by KP Brehmer and works by John Latham, Semiconductor and John Smith presented in association with LUX.
Some artworks appropriate a faux-scientific rhetoric, others highlight the potentially unanswerable questions of contemporary science, or employ humour and irreverence to puncture conventional wisdom. Departing from the objective knowledge sought by the classical scientific method, these artists often foreground the bodily, the personal or anecdotal.
Launch Pad: Amelia Crouch
29 July 2016 — 7 August 2016
Preview 6-8pm, Thursday 28 July 2016
Castlefield Gallery, 2 Hewitt Street, Manchester
For the next in its series of Launch Pad projects Castlefield Gallery is pleased to present the debut solo exhibition in a public gallery by Yorkshire-based artist Amelia Crouch. Selected from CG Associate members’ submissions by Adam Smythe, Curator at The Bluecoat (Liverpool) and Castlefield Gallery’s Programme Manager Matthew Pendergast. The exhibition will include new and recent works that playfully explore the semiotics of language with film, screen prints and text art.
Experience tells us that language is indeterminate, uncertain and relational. Words often evoke something other or more than they are intended to, as they attempt to communicate the physical and visual world beyond written language. Starting points for Crouch’s intelligent and playful works include word games, homonyms, anagrams, children’s songs and quasi-scientific experiments. Though accepting the unruly nature of words her works are haunted by a dream of systematic order. They emphasise repetitive learning, experiment and methodological actions, which ultimately appear absurd as the works loop or conclude with no defined resolution.
Crouch has often responded to publicly sited commissions which have become a mainstay of her practice. New developments have also seen her producing screen prints and working more with moving image. This Launch Pad will be an opportunity for Crouch to bring these diverse works together and for gallery visitors to see them exhibited in relation to each other as never before. To further develop the dialogue around Crouch’s practice, the exhibition will also feature a piece of critical writing commissioned from Leeds based art writer and historian Lara Eggleton.
Launch screening 23 June, 7pm: The Albany Theatre, The Butts, Coventry, CV1 3BH.
Exhibition 22 June – 7 July: City Arcadia Gallery, Coventry, CV1 3HW.
I am pleased to be showing a new moving image work, commissioned by Coventry Artspace as part of the City Arcadia festival. Tomorrow Belongs to Nobody explores our relationship with Coventry’s post-World War II architecture. At the launch event I will give a short talk, my work will be screened and there will be a chance to watch the 1945 docu-drama ‘A City Reborn’, scripted by Dylan Thomas and directed by John Eldridge. Tomorrow Belongs to Nobody will also be screened on a loop at City Arcadia Gallery from 22 June-7 July.
The screening is part of a whole range of activities taking place as part of the City Arcadia Festival, also featuring work by Lauren Heywood, Rob Hamp, Sadie Hennessy, Spencer Graham, Adam Steiner, Adrian Baynes, Julia O’Connell, Hayhoe & Haworth, Office for Art Design & Technology. Project commissioned by Coventry Artspace, funded by Arts Council England.
Wednesday 1 June 2016, 6pm.
70 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5NH.
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As part of In Certain Place’s ‘Practising Place’ programme, I will be having a public conversation with literary geographer Dr. David Cooper.
The event, which will take place at Number 70 in Manchester, will examine the role of language within experiences of place. Referencing locations such as the Lake District and the West Yorkshire estate of Whitley Beaumont, Cooper and Crouch will discuss how forms of language are used to govern, frame and re-inscribe particular places. Drawing on their individual research, the speakers will also consider how place writing and visual art can expose the inherent tensions and hidden voices of landscapes, by attending to the intertextuality of place.
David Cooper is Senior Lecturer in English at Manchester Metropolitan University. His research focuses on literary geographies: the ways in which creative writers (primarily poets) think geographically; and how contemporary theoretical thinking on space, place and landscape can inform critical practices. Areas of interest include: post-war/contemporary British and Irish landscape writing; literary cartography and digital mapping; and the relationship between critical and creative practices. The Lake District commonly features as a testing ground for his approaches and ideas.
Practising Place is a programme of public conversations, designed to examine the relationship between art practice and place. Each event is hosted at a different venue and explores a specific aspect of place by bringing artists together with people from different backgrounds, who share a common area of interest.
Featuring: Amelia Crouch, Sarah Harris, William Gall, Luke Drozd, Jean McEwan, Kate Murdoch, Beth Rose, and Mick Welbourn
Evening event: Friday 5th February 7-9pm
South Square Gallery presents For What its Worth, an exhibition of affordable art and an exploration into how artwork is priced and valued. Works vary from drawing and sculpture to video and photography with artists offering insights and anecdotes about how they cost their own work. Timed to coincide after Christmas – a period when many attempt to match the cost of objects with their emotive value – and also during the austere and bargain-filled month of January For What its Worth offers a space to reflect on our spending impulses.