Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack co-curate the group exhibition ‘AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING’ with Jette Gejl (Danish artist, curator and academic) at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark

Banner image for 'AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING' - an exhibition at Viborg Kunsthal, also featuring logo of Viborg Kunsthal

This Friday sees the public opening of a new exhibition featuring Sheffield Hallam University Senior Lecturers in Fine Art Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack at Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark. The exhibition AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING has the tensions of history and memory at its core. The participating artists use installations, sculptures, videos, large-scale backlit vinyl and performances to re-call, reclaim and re-enact our […]

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‘A Soft Rebellion in Paradise’ – SHU’s Chloë Brown seeking 500 women for a Sheffield ‘Soft Rebellion’

Paradise Square, Sheffield

Update – 13 August 2018 Chloë was interviewed for both the Sheffield Star and Yorkshire Post last week, describing how her previous work and a desire to address the loss of women’s voices in history has fed into A Soft Rebellion in Paradise. Read the articles here and here. Chloë Brown, visual artist and SHU senior lecturer in Fine Art, will be making an exciting […]

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‘The Fabric of Felicity’ – Dr Sharon Kivland featuring in upcoming exhibition at Garage MCA, Moscow

Image courtesy of Sharon Kivland - Maintenir le corps by Sharon Kivland plus Garage MCA logo

Reader in Fine Art Dr Sharon Kivland will feature her work The Terror is nothing other than prompt, severe, inflexible justice in an international project showcasing clothes in art outside of the context of the fashion industry next month at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow. The exhibition, entitled The Fabric of Felicity spans five continents and features over forty artists, including representatives […]

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Researcher Blog by Reader in Fine Art Hester Reeve – Reflections on a residency at Nirox Sculpture Park, South Africa

Photo courtesy of Hester Reeve

About the author Hester Reeve is a performance artist who works with Live Art actions, philosophy, dialogues, drawing and photography. Hester is a Reader in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University – find out more information on Hester Reeve and her work on her webpage. I’m currently on a research residency at Nirox Sculpture Park in South Africa. This is a […]

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Michelle Atherton’s video installation ‘Absorbing Red Photons’ installed at ‘Liquidscapes’ international gathering at Dartington Hall

Still from video installation 'Absorbing Red Photons' by Michelle Atherton, courtesy of the artist

Liquidscapes Michelle Atherton’s video installation ARP: Absorbing red Photons 2016 (2017) was installed at Liquidscapes: tales and telling of watery worlds and fluid states at Dartington Hall in Devon this June, at a three-day international gathering bringing together creative thinkers, writers, academics and artists to explore physically and figuratively our watery worlds and fluid states. The keynotes for the conference included […]

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‘Rivers of Emotion, Bodies of Ore’: Professor Lise Autogena’s ‘Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld’ showing at exhibition at Kunsthall Trondheim, opening 13 September

An image of a landfill by the sea, from overhead.

Professor Lise Autogena’s video installation Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld will be showing at an exhibition entitled Rivers of Emotion, Bodies of Ore at Kunsthall Trondheim in Norway  between 13 September and 21 December 21 2018. Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld, 2016 (27 minutes) by Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway portrays the region of Kvanefjeld in southern Greenland – site of the richest rare earth mineral resources in […]

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‘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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‘Above and Beyond’ – Collaborative artists’ bookwork by NTU’s Emma Cocker and SHU’s Rose Butler

Stills from Rose Butler's 'Come and Go'

Above and Beyond is a dialogue between artist Rose Butler and writer-artist Emma Cocker reflecting on the interplay between surveillance and resistance; how technologies and techniques of capture might be subverted, transformed into experimental tactics of protest and dissent. The publication was developed through a process of conversation between Butler and Cocker taking place over a number of years (2015—2018), a […]

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Rose Butler presents ‘Come and Go’ at The 8th Biennial Conference of the Surveillance Studies Network

Still from dual-screen mockup of Come & Go by Rose Butler

Rose Butler, senior lecturer and Fine Art research scholar at Sheffield Hallam University, will present her dual-screen, interactive artwork Come and Go at the 8th Biennial Conference of the Surveillance Studies Network, taking place between 07-09 June 2018 in Aarhus, Denmark. Rose has been awarded an honourable mention by the selection committee of the inaugural biennial Surveillance Studies Network Arts Fund Prize. In advance […]

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