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Stella Whalley

Stella Whalley


Stella Whalley er en London-basert kunstner som arbeider med blant annet grafikk.

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Om Stella Whalley

Stella Whalley


Stella Whalley er en London-basert kunstner som arbeider med blant annet grafikk.

 

Stella Whalley om Cinematic Series:

 

In these prints I explore the formal and compositional elements of cinematography as well as visual characteristics of electronic data transfer that relates to photography, video and film.

Each print consists of two film-stills I have extracted from their original context and positioned within a frame that echoes the elongated cinema screen format. By combining images from different film scenes into one picture, a new temporal and spatial relationship occurs. The images also enter into a dialogue with one another. In some of the film-stills there are subtitling, which is from the moment the picture was taken by myself. This text adds another layer to the interpretation of the prints. They are furthermore positioned in angular composition to each other so that they create an illusion to the viewer/observer as if he or she is looking in onto to the scene. The picture plane itself is an illusional space reminiscent of a darkened cinema theatre. They highlight the aesthetic quality that is conditioned by the various technical characteristics of electronic data transfer such as moiré and recertification. They are printed on Hannimule photo rag 300gm paper to keep the quality of the photographic and rasterized imagery and are all 100cm long.

CV Stella Whalley

COLLECTIONS:

  • Kunstverket Gallery, Oslo, Norway
  • Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • British Embassy Moscow
  • Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, Lancs.

 

EXHIBITIONS:

  • 2012 ‘Strange Peace/Panic Room’  Whalley and Bricheno  Fort Gallery Old st London.
  • 2011 ‘Grafik Apparel’  Exhibition London Print studio .
  • 2011 ‘Strange Peace/Panic Room’ collaborative video /sound installation by Stella Whalley and Toby Bricheno, presented by            TWOPLUSONE at Paper Tiger,10-12 Exhibition Road, London.
  • 2011 ‘Unearthed’ Exhibition / Archive of Carpenters Road Artists Olympic site.Stratford High Street, London.
  • 2010 ‘Closely Held Secrets’ Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham.
  • 2010 ‘Groove ,Grove Graphics’ London print gallery, London.
  • 2010 ‘Taking Issue’ Howard Gardens Gallery Cardiff School of Art & Design.
  • 2009 ‘Place ,Identity & Memory’ exhibition of Artists Books, curated by IRIS,Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries, Wigtown Book festival,Stranraer.
  • 2008 ‘TOKORODE’ Exhibition and book launch ,Visions Gallery Tokyo, Japan. (supported by British Council UK-JAPAN 08, DIAWA Foundation and Great British Sasakawa Foundation.
  • 2007 ‘Tokyo Tales’ book launch at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. (supported by Arts Council,Great British Sasakawa Foundation)
  • 2005 ‘Making things better’ Jonathon Pierce project East 05 Norwich .
  • 2004 ‘Locus’  Visions Gallery Tokyo Japan. www.asabi.ac.jp/locus
  • 2004 ‘Summer Exhibition’ Royal Academy of Arts, London.
  • 2004 ‘Jerwood Drawing Prize’ Touring Exhibition from Jerwood Space, London.
  • 2003 ‘Summer Exhibition’  Royal Academy of Arts, London.
  • 2003 ‘Project A4’ Kunstverket Gallery, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2002 ‘Digital Responses’  exhibition Victoria & Albert Museum, London www.vam.ac.uk/vastatic/dig-resp/lyer
  • 2002 ‘Interrogating the surface’  Atkinson Gallery Millfield. University of the Arts Gallery, Millbank, London. www.research.linst.ac.uk/integration/artistspages/artists.html
  • 2001 ‘In- Print’  Ferens Art Gallery, Hull. Howard Gardens gallery , University of Wales, Cardiff.
  • 2001 ‘Shop Tactics’  Carnaby St, London.
  • 2001 ‘Contemporay British Prints’ Helene Copland Gallery, Montana State University, USA.
  • 2001 ‘Imaging the Body’ exchange exhibition between Camberwell College of Arts, Kala Bhavana, Shatiniketein, India & the National School Sydney, Australia.
  • 2000 ‘Connections’ Drawing Exhibition Kansas State University,USA.
  • 2000 ‘Work of Artifice-Make up uncovered’  Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, Williamson Gallery Birkenhead.
  • 2000 ‘I can read your thoughts’  Interactive Public Art event, Waterloo Bridge London. Exhibition London Print Gallery.
  • 1999 ‘I can read your thoughts…’ Interactive Public Art event.‘Computers & Printmaking’ Exhibition Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery.
  • 1999 ‘Bodysnatchers’ exhibition and book launch,Colville Place Gallery, London.
  • 1999 ‘Whitechapel Open Studios’.Photographic Digital Prints .
  • 1998 ‘10/100’ A decade of postgraduate printmaking, Exhibition at Camberwell College of Art, London.
  • 1996 Contemporary Print Exhibition, Barbican Arts Centre, London.
  • 1993 ‘Women Light Up The Night’,Slide Installation, Kunsthaus  Tacheles , Berlin.
  • 1993 Twerenbold Gallery, Luzern, Switzerland.
  • 1993 48th International Ceramic Art Competition, Faenza, Italy.
  • 1992 Cultural Capitol 93 Antwerp, Exhibition of Drawings.
  • 1992 Mini Print International 12, Cadaques, Spain.
  • 1992 Sound and Photo Installation, Pullit X Show, London (Review: Observer  by  Patrick Hughes).
  • 1991,-93 Musée du Petit Format, Couvin, Belgium.
  • 1990 ‘Small is Beautiful’ Angela Flowers Gallery, London.
  • 1989 ‘The Print Show 89’ Flowers East Gallery, London.
  • 1988 ‘The Maginot Line’  Riverside Studios, London.
  • 1998 Hope Sufferance Studios, Print Exhibition, London.
  • 1987 Miami International Print Biennale Winners, Metropolitan Museum, Coral Gables, USA.
  • 1987 ‘Day Book’Exhibition, Smiths Gallery, London.
  • 1985 ‘Codes of Practice’  Pentonville Gallery, London. (Solo show),University of Essex, Colchester.
  • 1985 ‘l Cabo Frio’ International Print Biennale, Brazil.
  • 1984 Sixth Miami  International Print Biennale - Purchase Award Winner.
  • 1984 ‘Artists Against Apartheid’ Seven Dials Gallery, London.          

 

OTHER:

Residencies:

  • 2004 Artist residency in Japan supported by Norwich School of Art & Design and Asagaya College of Art,Tokyo. Research and development from the residency supported by the Arts Council.

Reviews/Articles Papers /publications:

  • 2007 ‘Tokyo Tales’ book launch at the Whitechapel Gallery, London.
  • 2007 Review in Artists Newsletter Magazine October issue by Catherine Sadler.
  • 2004 Review ‘Digital Responses” exhibition Victoria & Albert Museum, London in ‘Art Worlds’ Korean publication.
  • 2002 Article in the Special Feature of Performance Art in Art Worlds’Aug2002 vol213,Korean publication.
  • 2002 ‘Force of change in theory and practice of printmaking’ Paper given at conference at University of Lincolnshire & Humberside.
  • 2000 ‘In sickness and in Health’ Article Printmaking Today.                                                         
  • 1999 ‘bodysnatchers’,Book Launch ,Sugar Pink Publishing, UK.
  • 1999 Preview of ‘bodysnatchers’ Evening standard, Hot tickets.
  • 1999 ‘Body of Evidence’ Article  in July  issue of  MAKE by Jo Manby.
  • 1999 Gamut Exhibition article/photo in May/June issue Digital Creativity.
  • 1999 Interactive Public Event With Chairs for ‘Computers  and Printmaking’ Exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, article /photo in the Birmingham Post 28th May.
  • 1992 Sound & Photo Installation, Pullit X Show,London(Review: by Patrick Hughes for the Sunday Observer Newspaper).
  • 1985 ‘Codes of Practice’ Pentonville Gallery Review ,City Limits, Echoes by Stuart Cosgrove, ID Magazine by Dylan Jones.
  • 1985 Fine Art works and statement printed for the Camerawork Magazine.

 

Awards:

  • 1984 Sixth Miami International Print Biennial - Purchase Award Winner.

 

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