Residents / POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

  • Colette Sadler

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Colette Sadler trained in Classical Ballet she completed a BA (Hons) at the Laban centre London and worked Internationally as a dancer until 2002. Sadler’s performance works have been shown in numerous dance and visual arts contexts including Kaai theatre Brussels, South Bank Centre London, Nottingham Contemporary, Les Lattitudes Contemporains France , OGR Turin ,TRAMWAY and as part of the British Council Showcase 2019. In 2019 she curated the a multi-disciplinary arts symposium “ Present Futures” in collaboration with CCA Glasgow and GoMa.

    During her residency she will work on a new film Installation work with artist Mikko Gaestel.

  • Hannah Leighton-Boyce

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Hannah Leighton-Boyce is a visual artist working in sculpture ranging from site specific and durational works, to drawing, sound and installation. Her work explores material, environmental and sensory relations and the politics of labour, through invisible processes such as the transmission of energy, the passing of time, accumulative and reductive forces.

    Recent exhibitions include Personal Structures, PAPER Pavilion, Palazzo Mora, Venice Biennale (2019); Each Toward the Other, Bury Sculpture Centre (2019); Major Conversations, Platform A Gallery (Middlesbrough, UK) touring to the Turnpike Gallery (Leigh, UK); Ruth Barker & Hannah Leighton-Boyce, Castlefield Gallery (Manchester, UK) touring to Glasgow Women’s Library (Glasgow, UK).

  • Joanna Acevedo

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Joanna Acevedo is writer living and working in New York City. She is an MFA Candidate in Fiction at New York University. She received her BA in Literary Studies and BFA in Illustration from the New School in 2019.
    Her writing deals with the intersection between sex, gender, and mental illness. Her novel, Charlieland, is about obsession, forgiveness, and love for the Tinder generation in New York City. Her work has been seen in Seventh Wave Magazine, Flying Island Literary Journal, Barnhouse Literary Journal, and others. She currently teaches fiction and poetry at New York University and is a 2020-2021 NYU Goldwater Fellow.

  • Lili Chin

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Lili Chin is a visual artist based in New York City. Her interdisciplinary art practice incorporates natural materials, film, video, ceramics, weaving and mixed media to mine historical and personal narratives. She is inspired by nature, ancient rituals, nomadism and personal memory. She has exhibited in New York at Microscope Gallery, 601 Art Space, Abrazo Interno Gallery as well as several other art organizations in the US, Scotland, Latin America, Europe and China. She has also created commissioned installations for museums and institutions in the US and China, including the He Xiangning Museum in Shenzhen and the Ely Center of Contemporary Art, CT. She has participated in several residencies, including the MacDowell Colony, The Studios at Mass MoCA, Swatch Art Peace Hotel and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

  • Lisette Frimannslund

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Lisette Frimannslund is a visual artist from Bergen, Norway, now based in The Netherlands. She holds a MSc in Industrial Design Engineering from the TU Delft (2004) and a BFA from The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (2014).

    Her main focus lies in the connections between perception, memory, place and movement. She combines elements of photography, drawing, writing and painting; sometimes in the form of an itinerary; a part fact, part fiction travelogue through time, space, memory or mind.

    Currently moving towards making artist books, time at Hospitalfield will be spent on two publications where both words and image play a role.

  • Michele Brody

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Michele Brody is a mixed-media environmental artist based in The Bronx. Her work is inspired by the range of communities she has come in contact with while living and working as an artist-in-residence throughout the United States and abroad. Her practice is informed by a desire to understand how we manage the constant state of entropy we live in, and the ephemeral qualities of memory and experience within the constant flux of life. During her time at Hospitalfield she plans to focus on her writing as she prepares to publish books documenting two long-term projects. These include: a series of travelogues she has been writing since 1998 when she first started working as an artist-in-residence in France. The second is an interactive community-based project of sharing tea and stories titled “Reflections in Tea.”

  • Natalie Vestin

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Natalie Vestin is a writer, artist, and infectious diseases researcher from Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA. She is the author of the chapbooks Gomorrah, Baby and Shine a light, the light won’t pass, and her essays and art have appeared in numerous literary journals. With E.A. Farro, she is the co-creator of “Science Love Letters,” a multidisciplinary project that explores how being a scientist is like always writing a love letter.

    While at Hospitalfield, she intends to create a body of work comprising text, art, and book-making as part of her multi-year project “A Field Guide to Invisible Landscapes.”

  • Norma D Hunter

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency August 2020

    Norma D Hunter works around three main themes: Walking, Women and Well-being (both of the individual and the environment). The outcomes from her explorations into these themes have resulted in various performance pieces, installation works and exhibition pieces both at home and abroad with workshop and residency opportunities in Ethiopia: Wax and Gold Workshop (2013), Zambia: Insakartists International Artists Workshop (2015) and NRW Forum, Dusseldorf: Planet B, 100 Ideas for a New World (2016). She has also worked collaboratively as a member of XSexcentenary, a collective of older women artists, performing at Buzzcut and Glasgow International Festivals in 2018/19 respectively.