TYVM (Thank You Very Much) penultimate event in their Summer Residency Reel Meal
at the secret garden of David Dale Gallery and Studios, Glasgow.
The Secret Garden became an open air cinema and cafe with delicious treats by MalaCarne, ceramic plates made by artist Joanne Dawson, and furniture and tableware designed and made specifically for the event by Simon Worthington and Florence Dwyer.
On the big screen will be a selection of films by artists from across Europe. The films will play on a loop throughout the evening starting from 7pm.
Films by ~
Ceel Mogami de Haas
Tiphanie Kim Mall
Photo credits: Hannah Reynolds
12øcollective project space, Stoke Newington
4th preview night
5th- 14th August 2016, by appointment only
Culmination of 3OWORKS3ODAYS 2016
Thirty.works is online collaboration between 12ø Collective and Set the Controls For the Heart of the Sun
3OWORKS3ODAYS is a month long project for artists, where they are required to submit a new piece of work which is made within 24 hours, every day for the month of April.
This year 170 artists took part in the project and 91 of them completed all 30 days. The 30/30 exhibition will include a work from each artist who completed the challenge.
The project was open to anyone working in any medium. The purpose of this exercise is to encourage making and experimentation, to test what you may think you already know about your practice. With the restriction of one day you may find that the choices you make, the corners you cut and those ideas that you couldn’t quite realise, are just as telling as the work that you produce. Participants were encouraged to be as lazy or ambitious, as devious or honest as they liked, it’s ultimately about dedication to your practice. You can’t win you can only choose to win.
Eviction: an exhibition at ULU
Carpet beating, DV video, 1minute
Install view of projection screen and exhibition in ULU canteen as part of a demonstration and occupation by CSM gradutes organised in reponse to the privatization of University of London Student Union on Malet street. The occupation took the form of an exhibit and gig held in the SU
29th - 31st July 2014
BIG SPACE exhibition, Central Saint Martins,
Wobbly de/re install, split screen HD video, 2minutes looped, install view
© Bryony Hussey 2019
Mixed Feelings has taken the form of a dinner, a screening, a conversation, an exhibition and in 2017 as another exhibtion and possibly a publication.
The curatorial collective Anorak including Lukas Ludwig, Johanna Markert and Florian Model proposed a project, Mixed Feelings, which is centred around daily experiences and routines as ways of relating to a shared social sphere—the everyday as an atmosphere was the starting point of this project. The various formats of diseminating ideas were conceived together to create different spaces as territories for sincere and mutal exhchange.
The group exhibition documented above included Gerald Domenig, Lily Randall and myself but through talks, screenings etc the conversation of Mixed Feelings has also included Mike Sperlinger, Alkisti Efthymiou and hopefully many more.
Opening: 7th October, 7pm at Palermo Galerie
Exhibition continued: 8th October–25th December 2016
The exhibition and graphic design was created by Stuttgart based design collective HuM.
Norwegian slow TV
Toilet Residency, London
One day residency at curator Sophie Chapman's home
Screening and Conversation at Palermo Gallerie, Stuttgart (2nd Oct '16)
"When you catch the light in the hall with the corner of your eye, through that top bit of the window above the door. You know that top bit? By the time you register what it is it's gone."
Screening and presentation of her thoughts on “peripheral slowness”; a view on the relationship between ideas of the peripheral, duration, the incidental, the uncanny, unfolding, and slowness, both on-screen and off. The discussion revolved around our experiential encounters and how they shape the image-world through the mechanisms of contructed slowness.
The presentation touched on the works of the 20th century French filmmaker Jaques Tati and the Norwegian slow TV movement of the early 2000's, while revisiting the 18th century concept of the flâneur.
Saturday 21st November 2015, 12 - 3pm
Womens Art Library, Goldsmiths, SE 14 6NW
BOOK HERE (limited places)
Someone wise once said there are two types of people in the world, opportunity makers and opportunity takers. This quote will be used to frame discussions between five self-initiated projects, spaces and groups who will share the narratives of their creation thus far and collectively reflect on what role gender and feminist politics may play in their motivations, aims and processes.
CBS Gallery residency at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
Group show featuring work from 84 artists
An exhibition of printed material from over 60 artists, will act as physical research into how the photographic image plays an increasingly central role in the production and dissemination of artworks.
All works will be printed in the gallery using the MX-2600N printer, installed alongside others and reorganised over the duration of the exhibition.
Open studios pt.1, Central Saint Martins, Feb 2014
Studio installation, split screen DV and HD, 30minute loop install view
Open studios pt. 2, Central Saint Martins, April 2014
Infinite Memo book, 1:30 minute, install view