Residents / Autumn Residency 2017

Selectors: Hew Locke, Artist and Katie Schwab, Artist. UK and UK-based Visual Artists selected for a residency between 5 September and 2 October 2017.

  • Aniara Omann

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Aniara Omann (b. Denmark). Graduated from Glasgow School of Art, MFA (2014) and Funen Art Academy, BFA (2012). She works across sculpture, drawing, writing and live performance, often using forms and materials found in manual special effects and prop productions. Recent exhibitions include: Transformationer, Kunsthal Ulys; Final Incarnation, VoidoidARCHIVE; 3016, Glasgow Project Room; In Drógum, Akureyri Art Museum; Aniara Omann l Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys, Celine Gallery; Brad Pitt, Intermedia Gallery, CCA. Other projects and events include: Performance at Artists Moving Image Festival, Tramway; Organiser and curator of Hybrid, performance event at Gallery Celine. Recent text pieces in publications: Words of Unknown Origin, Uncle Chop Chop and Gnommero.

    www.aniaraomann.com

  • Ian Giles

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Ian Giles (b. Gloucester) MFA Slade School of Fine Art, London 2012 and was LUX Associate Artist 2012/13.  Solo exhibitions include: Youth Forum Performance, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2016); On Air, Tank.tv (2015); Free Time, Poole Museum (2015) and The In Between, Carroll/Fletcher, London (2013).  Selected group exhibitions include: m-Health, Cell Project Space, London (2015); The Decorator and the Thief, The Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland (2015) Beatrix Kiddo, Global Committee, New York (2015); Videoclub: Selected IV, Nottingham Contemporary, selected by Jessica Warboys (2014); 21st Century Screening, Chisenhale Gallery, London (2012); Glasgow International Festival (2012) and Whitstable Biennale (2010).

    www.iangiles.co.uk

  • Jade Montserrat

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Jade Montserrat studied at Courtauld Institute of Art (2003) and Norwich School of Art and Design, MA Drawing (2010). Jade works at the intersections of art and activism, progressing through performance and live art, works on paper and interdisciplinary projects. Jade works collaboratively with Network 11, Press Room, the Conway Cohort and Rainbow Tribe:Affectionate Movement. Recent selected contributions, exhibitions, screenings and performances include: (Forthcoming, July 2017: “Towards the Rainbow Tribe”, Alison Jacques Gallery), recipient of Stuart Hall Foundation practice based PhD Studentship at IBAR, UCLAN; Associate Artist, Holding Space Programme, The Showroom, London (2017-); Spike Island, Bristol (2017); Arnolfini, Bristol (2017); Panolopy Lab, Brooklyn (2016); The Kitchen, New York (2016); 198 Gallery, London (2016); Spill Festival, Ipswich (2016); Steakhouse, Rich Mix, London (2016); IBAR UCLAN, Preston (2016); Princeton University, New Jersey (2016); Durham University (2016); Latitude Festival, Suffolk (2015); Conway Hall, London (2015); Steakhouse, ArtsAdmin, London (2015); Iniva, London (2014); Performance ]s p a c e[, London (2014).

    www.jademontserrat.com

  • Laura Morrison

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Laura Morrison turns intimate personal and professional experiences into subjects, utilizing writing, video, performance, and painting to consider what it means to be both vulnerable and accountable. Recent exhibitions include Feral Kin at Auto Italia, London (2017); We Do Not Speak But Confine Ourselves Briefly To The Surface (A Dramaturgy of Interiority), ICA Theatre, London (2016); Safe, HOME Arts Center, Manchester (2015); Name It By Trying To Name It, The Drawing Center, NY (2015). Her writing has been published by Cornerhouse and Ment Journal. Her book The Burning Of The Coops was published by Ingrid Projects and Montez Press (2016). Residencies include Pioneer Works Studio Residency, NY (2016), I-Park, Connecticut (2016) and Open Sessions at The Drawing Center, NY (2014-16). She has an MFA from Goldsmiths and BA Painting from Chelsea, both in London.

    www.lauramorrison.co.uk

  • Richard John Jones

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Richard John Jones’ work is concerned with works or histories that have been erased, forgotten or marginalised. He uses domestic craft techniques alongside performance, video and installation. Jones is a graduate of the Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam and until 2012 was a Co-Director of Auto Italia South East, London. His work has been shown at EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam; Rond Point Projects Room, Marseille, SPACE, London and the Gwangju Biennial in collaboration with AA Bronson.

    http://rjj.website

  • Susannah Stark

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Susannah Stark is a Scottish artist working with print, sound and digital media, incorporating issues of voice, power and reappropriation. Recent work features intricately layered printed architectural objects that form the backdrop to a cacophony of disembodied voices, percussion and live spoken word elements. North East Wis-Dom (2016) won the Augustus Martin Print Prize at the Royal College of Art. Recent shows include Third CAFAM Biennale, Beijing, Idols and Impossible Structures, IPCNY, Surround Sound at Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016. She is currently developing collaborative sound work which explores tensions between the written/spoken word within a decolonial framework.

    www.susannahstark.com