Residents / Autumn Residency 2019

Selected by Martin Clark (Director, Camden Art Centre) and Alberta Whittle (Artist)

  • Bryony Gillard

    Autumn Residency 2019

    Situated between writing, performance, video and exhibition making, Bryony Gillard’s practice draws on the notion of ‘constant revision’ — states of being in which structures or ideas can be subverted, dissolved or questioned. Often focusing on investigating marginalized herstories and practices, through a process of both uncovering and layering influences, histories and conversations, her work attempts to create a space for genealogies of feminist practice that are allusive, messy and entangled in contemporary concerns.

    Bryony has an MFA from the Dutch Art Institute, School for Art Praxis. Her work has been included in a range of national/international contexts including Tate St.Ives (Cornwall), Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge), Upominki (Rotterdam), Depimlico Project (London), Field|Guide (Boston), Documnt (New York/Berlin), Casa de Pova (São Paulo).

  • Ed Webb-Ingall

    Autumn Residency 2019

    Ed Webb-Ingall is a filmmaker and researcher working with archival materials and methodologies drawn from community video. He collaborates with groups to explore under-represented historical moments and their relationship to contemporary life, developing modes of self-representation specific to the subject or the experiences of the participants.

  • Kate Morrell

    Autumn Residency 2019

    Kate Morrell works closely with archives, collections and libraries to develop projects that identify and respond to marginal or overlooked histories. Her practice interlaces drawing, text, sculpture, book works and archival research. In 2018 she received funding from Arts Council England and British Council’s Artists’ International Development Fund, to undertake a period of research at Sitterwerk, Switzerland. In 2017, she was awarded the British Council Scholarship at FLORA, a 10 month residency in Colombia. Her imprint ‘Pleats’ acts as a catalyst for collaborative print projects which explore relationships between archaeological and artistic practices.

    www.katemorrell.com
    www.pleatspress.com

  • Matthew Arthur Williams

    Autumn Residency 2019

    Matthew Arthur Williams is a Glasgow-based photographer, an artist and a DJ working through multiple disciplines that hold conversations with each other focusing on the nuances of otherness. In recent years collaboration in production and collective organising have taken an important role in how the work is developed. His work has exhibited throughout the UK, with the most recent being the group show Ambit at Street Level Photoworks (2019) and has self-published a number of books such as NYC (2015) Travelogue (2012).

  • Rhea Storr

    Autumn Residency 2019

    Rhea Storr makes films about Black and Mixed-race identities, asking where images fail or resist us. Recent themes include Masquerade and Black bodies in rural spaces. She often works on 16mm film whilst making peripheral drawings and photographs. Recent screenings include National Museum of African American History and Culture, US, European Media Art Festival, Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Kassel Doc Fest, Berwick Film and Media Art Festival and ‘Get Up Stand Up Now’, Somerset House. She is the winner of the inaugural Louis Le Prince Experimental Film Prize and works runs the film lab at Not Nowhere film cooperative, London.

  • Ross Little

    Autumn Residency 2019
    Ross Little is a filmmaker whose practice draws connections between seemingly disparate elements, portraying the entanglements of globalisation, the permeability of cultures and the power dynamics that shape them. Through retaining a sensitivity to the impossibility of ever perceiving these systems in their entirety, his work captures moments and experiences that illuminate the most salient aspects of socio-political interconnectivity.
    Recently his work has been exhibited at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester; Armenian Centre for Contemporary Experimental Art, Yerevan; Frontera 115, Mexico City; 16 Nicolson Street, Glasgow; and Collective, Edinburgh.