EAST Video 2009

Bartram, Angela (2009) EAST Video 2009. [Show/Exhibition]

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Abstract

EAST Video, which toured to twelve venues, was the accompanying touring video programme to the open submisission exhibition, EAST International 2009.

Venues: EASTvideo, Eastside Projects (Birmingham), Picture This at Spike Island (Bristol), The Charlton Centre (Dover), Spacex (Exeter), BALTIC (Gateshead), Transmission (Glasgow), The Royal Standard (Liverpool), MOOT (Nottingham), Aspex (Portsmouth), S1 Artspace (Sheffield), Focal Point Gallery (Southend-on-Sea), tank.tv (online at www.tank.tv.

EAST International is an international biennial open submission art competition that is part of the festival Contemporary Art Norwich. The guest curators were Art and Language and Raster Gallery. They selected me to be one of twenty-five artists to show in EAST International 2009, from 1,028 submissions from 30 different countries. The exhibition was supported by a website and catalogue (ISBN: 1872482902) and the latter presented my work with essays by Dr. Claire Pajaczkowska of the Royal College of Art, and Dr. Manuela Antoniu of the Architectural Association. The exhibition had 8,965 visitors. I also participated in the EAST discourse, a day devoted to discussion and presentations by the selected artists and curators. EAST International received a wide range of reviews in the press, in which my work was discussed. I was also selected by curator Magdalena Kownacka to be one of four of the original twenty-five EAST artists to take part in EAST goes East, a follow on exhibition that took place in June 2010 at Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow.

Item Type:Show/Exhibition
Additional Information:EAST Video, which toured to twelve venues, was the accompanying touring video programme to the open submisission exhibition, EAST International 2009. Venues: EASTvideo, Eastside Projects (Birmingham), Picture This at Spike Island (Bristol), The Charlton Centre (Dover), Spacex (Exeter), BALTIC (Gateshead), Transmission (Glasgow), The Royal Standard (Liverpool), MOOT (Nottingham), Aspex (Portsmouth), S1 Artspace (Sheffield), Focal Point Gallery (Southend-on-Sea), tank.tv (online at www.tank.tv. EAST International is an international biennial open submission art competition that is part of the festival Contemporary Art Norwich. The guest curators were Art and Language and Raster Gallery. They selected me to be one of twenty-five artists to show in EAST International 2009, from 1,028 submissions from 30 different countries. The exhibition was supported by a website and catalogue (ISBN: 1872482902) and the latter presented my work with essays by Dr. Claire Pajaczkowska of the Royal College of Art, and Dr. Manuela Antoniu of the Architectural Association. The exhibition had 8,965 visitors. I also participated in the EAST discourse, a day devoted to discussion and presentations by the selected artists and curators. EAST International received a wide range of reviews in the press, in which my work was discussed. I was also selected by curator Magdalena Kownacka to be one of four of the original twenty-five EAST artists to take part in EAST goes East, a follow on exhibition that took place in June 2010 at Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow.
Keywords:east international, east, Fine Arts, Video art, Dogs, licking, rastor gallery, Art and language
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Art & Design
ID Code:3431
Deposited By: Angela Bartram
Deposited On:11 Oct 2010 09:51
Last Modified:11 Aug 2014 17:07

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