Residents / ROSL Scholars 2014

Hospitalfield and the Royal Over-Seas League worked with exhibiting partners Edinburgh Art Festival and Camden Arts Centre to select the artists.

  • Julie Favreau

    ROSL Scholars 2014

    Canada – selected with the Edinburgh Arts Festival

    Julie Favreau’s practice, located at the crossroads of visual art and choreography, is based on inventing gestures out of objects (sculptures) or, conversely, on inventing sculptures out of gestures. Her projects take on different forms, such as installation, video, sculpture, performance, and photography. In 2012, Favreau received the Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Fellowship in Contemporary Art and was long listed for the Sobey Art Award.

    http://www.juliefavreau.com/

    http://www.edinburghartfestival.com/

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  • Song-Ming Ang

    ROSL Scholars 2014

    Singapore – selected with Camden Arts  Centre

    Song-Ming Ang is based in Berlin and Singapore. He graduated from Goldsmiths College, London with an MA Aural & Visual Cultures in 2009 following a BA in English Literature at the National University of Singapore. Our relationships to making and listening to music are key to Ang’s approach, with musical instruments being made and deconstructed in video pieces like Parts and Labour, 2012; and shared experience of listening to music being part of his event-based projects like Guilty Pleasures, 2007 and ongoing. Recent projects include at 14th Istanbul Biennial: Saltwater; a solo exhibition Do-It-Yourself at Camden Arts Centre; and a group exhibition Ritornello, at Darb 1718 in Cairo in 2015. Since 2010 he has undertaken residencies in Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Germany; ARCUS Project, Japan and Gertrude Contemporary, Australia.

    http://www.circadiansongs.com/

    http://www.camdenartscentre.org/

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