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CURRENT + FORTHCOMING :

YORKSHIRE SCULPTURE PARK, WEST BRETTON — 28 OCTOBER - 3 DECEMBER 2017

Its soil was a plot she do the tree in different voices (2017) is a new film and installation work, showing at Yorkshire Sculpture Park until December 2017, as part of a group exhibition On the heights alongside artists Miriam Austin, Sam Belinfante and Tom Lovelace, and curated by Holly Willats, Art Licks. The work is supported by the Stuart Croft Foundation, Moving Image Award 2017.

PENINSULA ARTS, PLYMOUTH — 29 JANUARY - 17 FEBRUARY 2018

Diviner (2017) will installed in the gallery at Peninsula Arts, Plymouth as part of the original commission with South West Film & Television Archives, alongside work by Bryony Gillard and a touring programme of moving image work from the ICA.

BEEF, BRISTOL — 5 - 9 FEBRUARY 2018

Zero is a residency with Phil Coy using the darkrooms at BEEF (Bristol Experimental and Expanded Film). The residency work develops and expands a shared interest in the image in process, the light bleeds and orange blazes of celluloid film, and the point at which the indexical becomes oblique and abstract. The week culminates in a free, open event on Friday 9 February, 7pm.

ANNELY JUDA FINE ART, LONDON — MARCH 2018

Group exhibition 'Islands' curated by The Russian Club at Annely Juda Fine Art, with artists: Mania Akbari and Douglas White, The Golden Family, Phil Coy and Frances Scott.

THE BOWER, LONDON — APRIL 2018

Diviner (2017) will be screened as part of a new programme at The Bower, London, curated by Joyce Cronin and Louisa Bailey of Luminous Books and Publication Studio London;

FOOTNOTES

Images 1-2: Diviner (2017), trailer, and Its soil was a plot she do the tree in different voices__ (2017), production still and installation view, YSP 2017 [photo: Jules Lister]

 

 
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