I shall be showing my video work The Artist at Prism 15, The Old Post Office, Castle House, Angel Street, Sheffield, 29th November, 8pm onwards.
If you want to see new theatre photographs and my cigarette card recreations nicely framed, alongside photographs by Jessa Fairbrother and India Hobson, then sign up here: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4501165106#
It’s a one-off open to the public champagne reception in the DLA Piper offices, Sheffield on 1st November. I think it’ll be an exciting event!
I’m June’s Artist of the Month on Axis, the online database of artists and curators! You can read the interview I took part in for it, here.
Kerstin Honeit and I collaborate on a final goodbye ‘Video Postcard’ which will be screened at Babylon Kino, tonight, in Berlin. Press Release details here.
I will be chairing / hosting Kerstin Honeit’s talk at Transmission on Wednesday 29 February 5 to 7 p.m., at Pennine Lecture Theatre, Sheffield Hallam University. See here.
Showtime, the show that Kerstin Honeit and I put together in Berlin is coming to Sheffield! Opening event on 1st March. See here.
The show that I’m involved in at LoBe is finally happening! The show is opening on 16th December, come say hi if you are in Berlin. For more info, here’s a link to the press release: press_Carr_Honeit-final
I’m in Berlin until mid-July on a residency at LoBe gallery lobeart.eu. I shall be showing at LoBe later in the year with Berlin-based artist, Kerstin Honeit.
Wow, this year is hurtling to an end. I always feel like I did barely anything over a year, but perception and reality are strange things. I’m not sure how my year went, I only know what I did not achieve.
I did however have a comforting moment of putting some large new work on the walls of the old S1 Artspace before they moved. Sadly, only for a meeting with my supervisors and also I stepped in and showed the work to my students in my crit group when the student showing texted me concussed in hospital. The work is an ongoing pairing of theatre interior and text bios. The bios are sourced from 1930s cigarette cards or online web presences. The work represents the public viewing spaces of the showgirl and theorists connected to my research. The project will be ongoing throughout my PhD.