ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT THE HISTORY MUSEUM OF BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA, SARAJEVO
Such a privilege to be given access to the Museum’s archives and equipment in the ‘foto-depo’. Spending part of July in the darkroom printing from archival glass slides, experimenting with the beautiful, ancient Rolleiflex and making pinhole camera prints using damaged WWII helmets.
Join us at Kingsgate Workshops for our Open Studios party
and weekend taster sessions and other activities
My film ‘Champ de Mars (Chant de Mars)’ is part of Caroline Wiseman and David Baldry’s ‘Alive in the Universe’ screenings at the Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, Venice Biennale 2019
8 May — June 2019
Palazzo Pesaro Papafava
Calle de la Racheta 3764
30121 Venezia – Cannaregio
A selection of my prints and other works on the Bauhaus in Dessau, the Junkers factory in Dessau, Bauhaus-Archiv in Berlin and the Isokon in London on show as part of ’Reconciliations and References: the Bauhaus Centenary’ at Kings College London until May 2019.
Reconciliations: The Evidence of the Visible
This exhibition explores how visual evidence of past crimes can play a role in post conflict remembrance, reconciliation and rebuilding. Featuring artists Paul Coldwell, Nermin Divović, Ziyah Gafić, Milena Michalski, Vladimir Miladinović and Armin Smailović.
Showing ‘Reconciliations VII’ – a collage/paint piece – in this show. Looking forward to the rickshaw ride between venues!
War Requiem by Benjamin Britten at the ENO
‘War Requiem pre-performance talk’, English National Opera, London Coliseum, St Martin’s Lane
On 22 November 2018 I will be taking part in a pre-performance talk at the ENO with journalist Alexandra Coghlan; Martyn Brabbins, conductor and ENO Musical Director and Elaine Tyler-Hall, ENO staff director.
This is a very special production, as Turner Prize-winning artist and designer Wolfgang Tillmans is part of the creative team. According to the ENO, their ‘Music Director Martyn Brabbins conducts this new production created to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. ENO Artistic Director Daniel Kramer’s contemporary staging seeks to examine and process the grief of the incomprehensible loss of life from wars past and present, offering us all a hope for the future.’