‘They are sticky, maybe you can say magnetic’: Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack open exhibition in Linz – 28 June 2018

Photograph courtesy of TC McCormack

THEY ARE STICKY, MAYBE YOU CAN SAY MAGNETIC       über Sammlungen und andere Verbindungen in der Dichotomie der Gemeinschaft-Gesellschaft Jette Gejl, Michelle Atherton & TC McCormack   Thursday June 28 2018, 7.30PM KunstRaum Goethestrasse xtd, Linz, Austria Exhibition on between 29 June – 31 July 2018 LIVE AT KUNSTRAUM: 12PM, 29 June – a thirteen-hour programme with invited speakers, […]

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Researcher Blog by TC McCormack: The Immense Ventriloquism

The Immense Ventriloquism, Platform side view (detail), nationalmuseum, Berlin. TC McCormack (2017).

About the author TC McCormack is Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Sheffield Institute of Arts (SIA) and in C3RI’s Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC). TC’s practice-led research takes a multi-disciplinary approach using video, photography, collage, text and curatorial practice. His research incorporates subjects as diverse as the contradictions of modernist heritage; aesthetics of cultural memory and the possibility of language […]

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‘The Immense Ventriloquism’ – TC McCormack’s exhibition opens in Berlin – Friday 01 December

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TC McCormack, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, will be opening an exhibition titled The Immense Ventriloquism this Friday in Berlin. Taking place at nationalmuseum, the exhibition considers how our man-made structures exist both in and out of time, and how the course of history continually reappraises objects, resources and even nature. The Immense Ventriloquism – TC […]

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‘Playing the ends against the middle’ – TC McCormack’s work exhibited as part of AlgoMech festival until 12 November

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TC McCormack, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, will be exhibiting this week as part of AlgoMech Festival in Sheffield, an exhibition of algorithmic and mechanical movement. Playing the ends against the middle is a new site-specific work made in collaboration with Darren Chouings , and the exhibition is on display at The Access Space Labs in […]

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‘Simulated Heritage Laboratory’ at KH7 Aarhus – exhibition by Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack open until July 24

Image of the exhibition space at KH7 Aarhus for Dirty Magic by Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack. Image courtesy of TC McCormack.

Michelle Atherton (Fine Art, SHU) and TC McCormack (Fine Art, SHU) in collaboration with Danish artist Jette Gejl will be resident at KH7artspace in Denmark for a period of eight days working on a new project entitled the Simulated Heritage Laboratory. Simulated Heritage Laboratory KH7 Aarhus, Denmark 2.30PM – 4PM daily 17 July 2017 – 24 July 2017 This is […]

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Transmission: Michelle Atherton and Jamie Sutcliffe – Tuesday 04 December 2018

Transmission banner - featuring Michelle Atherton's 'As Much About Forgetting' exhibition work

Michelle Atherton will be in conversation with Jamie Sutcliffe at tomorrow’s Transmission, discussing, amongst other matters, fake rocks, irrational gestures, and occult motion. Michelle Atherton is an artist working with images, temporal states, and contingency. The starting point for the works is often lens-based, exploring the rhetoric and subsequent potency of the image and our encounter with it. Here the […]

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‘Morris: A Ghost for Today’ – PhD researcher Diana Taylor’s symposium explores the relevance of William Morris in an age of instability

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Morris: A Ghost for Today symposium William Morris Gallery, London E17 4FP Saturday 05 October, 10AM – 1PM Free to attend – register on Eventbrite here. Morris: A Ghost for Today is a symposium bringing together five contemporary, London-based artists to address the relevance of William Morris and why he matters particularly today, in these times of ecological and political instability. This […]

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Transmission: Julie Westerman and Lulu Quinn – Tuesday 19 March 2019

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Julie Westerman and Lulu Quinn have been friends and collaborators for twenty-five years. Inspired by each other’s practice they have combined their expertise in many an epic, entertaining, exasperating, exhilarating, and ambitious public art project, triumphing over the torrents of life-threatening flood-swollen rivers and the threat of legionella. Julie Westerman is an artist, researcher, and lecturer in Fine Art, Sheffield […]

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Transmission: Andrew Sneddon and Zoë Skoulding – Tuesday 12 March 2019

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A discussion that might revolve around the poetics of place, how inspiration might be received from particular locations, gardens and anti-gardens, nature excluded from architectural space, hidden or buried rivers. Andrew Sneddon is a Scottish artist living and working in the UK. He recently completed his doctorate, Confusions of meaning in the concept of place: An investigation into the role […]

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Transmission: Gary Simmonds and Dale Holmes – Tuesday 05 March 2019

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Painting as a dialogue. Painting as a message. Painting as an exchange. Gary Simmonds and Dale Holmes started a conversation through painting ten years ago. The modes of address have changed, morphed, abstracted, reconfigured, and made new to fit the need to carry on communicating. They have used the languages of painting—from abstraction and formalism to figuration and narrative and […]

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