Object as Process #1: Video screening with Artist Joanne Masding11 April 2013
Image: 'Symbol for a Screening' still, 2013. Courtesy Joanne Masding
Thursday 11 April 2013, 7pm
Joanne Masding uses a combination of sculpture, video and computer generated material to consider our relationship with objects and space. Often taking the architecture, contents and context of her environment as a starting point, her work offers a synthetic mapping of a visceral interaction with the physical environment.
The event will include screenings of Masding’s latest work, followed by discussion with independent writer and curator Harry Burke. It is the first part of the Object as Process series.
(b. 1985, Birmingham. Living and working in Birmingham.)
Recent exhibitions include 'Congratulations, you are the most recent visitor' at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge; ‘The Possibility of an Island’ at Grand Union, Birmingham and ‘Rotate: Eastside Projects and Grand Union’, at The Contemporary Art Society, London. Other recent projects include residencies at Standpoint Gallery, London and Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin. Masding has been selected for a residency at 120 Artspace, Chongqing, China in autumn 2013.
Harry Burke is a writer and curator based in London. His work investigates the spatial and affective topologies of networked environments. Current and upcoming projects include a collaboration with Pablo Larios for Fulcrum, a publication based at the Architectural Association; co-editing the Arcadia Missa Open-Office anthology; and a group exhibition at Library +. He is also a contributor to rhizome.org, and curated the show “Net Narrative” at Carlos/Ishikawa. www.cmdplus.info www.harryburke.tv.
11 Apr 7:00pm