LOCUS 2006 TOKYO MEMORY-記憶-

展示会期2006年05月23日[火]〜06月10日[土]
開廊時間12:00―19:00(最終日のみ17:00まで、日曜祝日休廊)
展示作家Caroline Wright/Jan Mladovsky

LOCUS 2006 TOKYO MEMORY-記憶–NSAD(UK)/ASABI 第3回交流展-

イギリスのノーウィッチ美術デザイン大学と阿佐ヶ谷美術専門学校との交流による東京展です。キャロライン・ライト、ヤン・ムラドブスキーの映像を中心にした作品を上映、展示。
ノーウィッチ展は日本から末岡一郎と学生映像作品の上映が2006年3月2日に行われました。

助成:グレイトブリテン・ササカワ財団

キャロライン・ライト Caroline Wright

EDUCATION
2000-2002 MA Norwich School of Art and Design
1997-2000 BA Hons Norwich School of Art and Design

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS/PROJECTS
2006 New work, solo show, firstsite, Colchester
Hands (working title) Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, commissioned work
Voice of the City, research collaboration with David Howard, Senior Research Fellow, Dept of Electronics, York University

2003/6Lines of Communication, research residency and exhibitions, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge inc. solo shows at Babylon Gallery, Ely, North of England ENT conference, The Old Hospitium, York. www.linesofcommunication.co.uk

2005 Voice Human Action, performance, Lady Chapel, Ely Cathedral
Repeater, durational performance/sound installation, Soundworks, Cork, Ireland
in/out:trolley, Taxi Gallery, Cambridge
Spend and Make, intervention and performance, Homebase, Colchester
Conversations with Friends, one to one salons at home, London
The visitor experience for Heritage Day, Colchester Arts Centre
Acts of Faith, sound work, Church Ale Festival, home in Suffolk
Critical Space, critical and social exchange weekend. Making Art Work, Suffolk

2004 in/out, site-specific installation, Butley Mills, Suffolk, collaboration – Anna Townley
Romance badge for Romantic Detachment, Q Gallery, Derby
The visitor experience for Wide Open, performance/intervention, Cambridge Artworks Studios, curated by Kirsten Lavers
Reflections, touring show for Creative Arts East
Shop/Food/Box, site-specific work for Harleston festival

2003 Making Art Work, group show, Wingfield Arts, Suffolk
Hubbub, Globe Gallery, North Shields, selected show for disco group
Open Sheds, performance, Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery and Festival
Ida Branson 2003, selected group show, Atkinson Gallery, Millfield, Somerset
New Work, Galerie Opsteker, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2002 Gossip Columns, Norwich Fringe, site specific performance, Norwich Market
In a Dim Light, Stroud House Gallery, Gloucestershire, selected show
The Dinner Party, performance, Chalk Road, Norwich
Shopbox, Site-specific commission at PFK Ling, Halesworth Festival, Suffolk
Artevent, Selected group show, Helmond, Netherlands

2001 Cross Country, selected show, Art Gallery, Bury St Edmunds/Kevelaer, Germany
Connecting Cultures, group show, Hay Gallery, Colchester, Essex
Drain, site specific commission at Tithe Farm, Fressingfield, Suffolk
Human, selected artist, Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham
The Big Throw, artist/public performance for Commissions East project, Lowestoft

2000 Paper Suits, selected group show, R.K.Burt Gallery, London
Artworks, Blackthorpe Barn, Suffolk
Women’s Millennium Book Project, touring exhibition inc The Barbican, London

1999 Out in the Open, selected group show, Cuckoo Farm, Colchester, Essex
Art School. What is it all about?, selected group show, Norwich Gallery

1998 The Vauxhall Gardens, selected group show, Norwich Gallery, Norfolk

AWARDS AND PRIZES

2005 Research funding, Norwich School of Art and Design for Lines of Communication
Grants for the Arts, Arts Council England East for Acts of Faith
2004 Arts Council England Escalator Coaching Award
Arts Council England Escalator Award for live art research visits
2003 Grants for the Arts Award, Arts Council England East for Lines of Communication
Artsadmin Artist’s Bursary (East England Award)
2002 Making Art Work, professional development award, Suffolk County Council
Printmakers’ Council membership, nominated MA student, Norwich School of Art and Design
Norwich School of Art and Design Bursary Fund
2000 Suffolk County Council Arts Development and St Edmundsbury Council Arts Grants
1999 Norwich School of Art and Design Special Projects
1998 Ray Finnis Charitable Trust.
Prizewinner C.S.I. International

EMPLOYMENT/CONSULTANCY/PROJECT MANAGEMENT

2005/6 Collaboration with Yasmin Zahir (curator) for Hands touring show
2005 – Mentor – Making Art Work Professional Development Scheme
Artist representative – Norfolk Arts Forum
Artist representative, management council, Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery.
2004/5/6 – Advisory Artist, advisory panel, Making Art Work professional development scheme, phase three, Suffolk County Council
2004- Advisory artist – Local artists’ network delivering one to one advice sessions through the Making Art Work professional development scheme, Suffolk
2004 – 09 Lead artist/artist consultant for Willis Newson Arts Health consultancy / AMEC Consortium – PFI, Colchester General Hospital. Writing , developing and implementing arts strategy
Project management in partnership with Suffolk Artlink for The Salon/A New Look, Lowestoft and Border Crossing, Stowmarket.
2003 – Visiting tutor/lecturer, Norwich School of Art and Design (M.A. Fine Art, B.A. Textiles, B.A. Fine Art, B.A. Critical and Cultural Studies)
2002 – Project Coordinator for Creative Art in the Community, Norwich School of Art and Design
1997 – Visiting lecturer, Cambridge Regional College
Visiting Lecturer, Colchester Institute

CRITICAL REVIEWS/ARTICLES/PUBLICATIONS

Lines of Communication, exhibition publication, 2005
I didn’t know where to look, in G2, The Guardian Newspaper, March 3rd 2005
At Home in News, [a-n] magazine February 2005
Open Studios in News, [a-n] Magazine, September 2004
Exploring Communication in Border Lines, pub. Cross Border Arts, Issue 18,
August 2003
[a-n] magazine, May 2003
The Ticket, Anglia Television, 1st June 2001
Celebration of Suffolk in Visual Arts, Art East, May 1998

Vision’s Exhibitions
2006  LOCUS 2006 TOKYO MEMORY-記憶-
2010  キャロライン・ライト個展

ヤン・ムラドブスキー JAN MLADOVSKY

EDUCATION
1965-68 studied at the Academy of Applied Art, Prague
1968-70 studied at the Slade School of Art, University College London
1970-72 studied postgraduate at the Slade School of Art, University
College London
1976-77 studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan

Selected solo exhibitions
1974 Grabowski Gallery, London
1977 Studio Marconi, Milan
1978 Galerie Ilanne, Paris
1979 Galerie UXA, Novara, Italy
1980 Galerie UXA, Novara, Italy
1981 Basement Group, Newcastle upon Tyne
Spectro Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
1982 Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
AIR Gallery, London
1983 Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg
Gallery Corridor, Reykjavik
1984 The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik
1985 Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
1989 “Supermale”,
Flaxman Gallery, London
1997 “Bad Boss”,
Emil Filla Gallery, Ustí nad Labem,
Czech Republic
1998 Die Aktualität des Schönen Gallery,
Liberec, Czech Republic
JNJ Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
2000 “Communism”
Gallery Klatovy-Klenová, Czech Republic
Czech Museum of Fine Art, Prague, Czech Republic

Selected group exhibitions
1977 “Pratica Milano”
Studio Marconi, Milan
1980 “Actions”,
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
1981 “Aljorfe Barrocco”
Palazzo Dante, Noto, Sicily
Lisson Gallery, London
Serpentine Gallery, London
1982 “Art and Sea”
John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
ICA, London
Sunderland Art Centre
1984 “1984”,
Camden Arts Centre, London
1986 The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik
1988 “Spring 68”,
Flaxman Gallery, London
1996 “Weatherview”, Koninklijke Galerie, Den Haag
1999 “Contacts”,
Gallery Klatovy-Klenová, Czech Republic
Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool
2002 “Fluent”, Centenery Gallery, Camberwell, London
Riensche Gallery, Anröchte, Germany
2003 “Freundschaftsweg”, Bilka, Czech Republic, Germany
2004 “Crossing the Line”, Salthouse 04, Norfolk, UK
2005 “United Europe”, Trutnov Museum, Crech Republic
“Schimatizo”, London

Public collections – selection
British Council, London
London Borough of Camden, London
Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany
Stadt Duisburg, Germany

Publications
MAGNET by Jan Mladovsky, G plus G Publishers, Novemner 2001
BILKA, Catalogue, 2003

Selected bibliography
Chris Fox, “Jan Mladovsky”, in: Studio International, London, 1974
Gillo Dorfles, “Jan Mladovsky”, in: catalogue, Studio Marconi, Milan, 1977
William Varley, “Mladovsky”, in: The Guardian, 15 April 1982
Phillip George, “Jan Mladovsky”, in: The Guardian, 25 May 1982
Lewis Biggs, “Jan Mladovsky – Tomorrow”, in: Arnolfini Review, Bristiol, 1982
Helga Jörgens, “Jan Mladovsky”, in: Duisburger Journal – 1, 1983
Zdenek Felix, “Mladovsky”, in: catalogue, Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, 1983
John McEwen, “Ideas and Images”, in: Spectator, London 14 January 1984
John Spurling, “Vital Deficiency”, in: New Statesman, 25 Janury 1984
Annellie Pohlen, “Jan Mladovsky”, in: catalogue, Museum Folkwang, Essen, 1985
Sacha Craddock, “Weatherview”, in: catalogue, Koninklijke Galerie, Den Haag, 1996
Marek Miler, “Installation at the Filla Gallery”, in: catalogue Bad Boss, 1997
George Szirtes, “The Letter Paintings”, in: catalogue Bad Boss, 1997
Marek Miler, “Installation of Jan Mladovsky”, in: Atelier, Prague, 8 January 1998
Milena Králová, “Chairs urging you to stop”, in: Liberecky den, Liberec, 2 February 1998
Michal Kolecek, “No more shyness, says this show”, in: MF Dnes, Prague, 14 February 1998
Anna Irmanovová, “Jan Mladovsky – Ironic Icons”, in: Lidové noviny, Prague, 16 March1998
Olaf Hanel, Jan Mladovsky, in: Atelier, Prague, May 2000
Yvetta Musílková, “Artist Jan Mladovsky…”, in: Klatovsko, 3 April 2000
Olaf Hanel, Jan Mladovsky, in: Alternativy, Czech Museum of Fine Art, Prague, 17.8. 2000
Mladá fronta dnes, “Unusual light installations in Klenová”, 27 April 2000
Jiri Hula, Lidové noviny, “Mladovsky”, 24 Audust 2000
Mladá fronta dnes, “Mladovsky”, 17 August 2000
Jiri Hula, Agentura Galerie H, Interview with Jan Mladovsky, September 2001
Richard Marshall, 3AM Magazine, Interview with Jan Mladovsky, March 2002
Manuel Chetcuti, Jan Mladovsky, in Salthouse 04 catalogue 2004
Josef Kroutvor, Common Europe II, in: Catalogue Trutnov Museum, October 2005
Hansjürgen Gartner, Zum Prejekt, in: Catalogue Trutnov Museum, October 2005

Scholarships, Residences, Grants, Awards
1976-77 Italian Government Scholarship, Milan
1982-83 Artist in residence, Wilhelm-Lehmbruck Grant, Duisburg,
Germany
1983-84 Thyssen Stahl AG, Artist in residence, Duisburg, Germany
Grants and awards: The Arts Council of Great Britain,
The British Council, The Greater London Arts Association
1997 The British Council, exhibition grant.
1998 NSAD Researcg Grant
2000 NSAD Research Grant and sabbatical
2002 NSAD Research Grant
2004 NSAD Research Grant
2005 NSAD Research Grant

Public Lectures
1999 “Signs and Messages”, Koninklijke Akademie van
Beeldende Kunsten, Den Haag

Public Commissions
1983 Two murals for a public building, Stadt Duisburg – Buchholz,
Germany
1984 Public sculpture, Stadt Duisburg – Maiderich, Germany

2002-03 “Local Curiosity”, Public sculpture, Bilka, Czech-German Public Art Project
“Freundschaftsweg”

Vision’s Exhibitions
2006 LOCUS 2006 TOKYO MEMORY-記憶-

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