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20.06.18 - 22.07.18

Diviner [2017] at The Bower, London

+ commissioned text 'Some kind of lunatic reincarnation' by Philomena Epps, accessible here >, and review by Sophie Risner for This Is Tomorrow >

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Frances Scott works with moving image, presented through screenings, installations, events and publications. Her work often considers material that exists around the periphery of the cinematic production and its apparatus, proposing a film composed of its metonymic fragments.

Recent exhibitions and screenings include:The Bower, London [2018]; Tate St Ives [2018]; Annely Juda Fine Art with The Russian Club, London [2018]; CloseUp Film Centre, London [2018]; Yorkshire Sculpture Park [2017]; Phoenix Leicester [with Anna Lucas and Keira Greene] [2017]; Whitechapel Gallery [with Phil Coy] [2017]; Peninsula Arts and South West Film & Television Archive, Plymouth [2017]; Focal Point Gallery, Southend [2016]; ‘London Open’ triennial, Whitechapel Gallery [2015]; and ‘Selected III’ videoclub / FLAMIN screenings in the USA including Anthology Film Archives, New York, Seattle International Film Festival, and LA Film Forum [2014], and in the UK [2013]. Since 2012 her practice has included CATALOG, a collaborative project with Joyce Cronin. Frances was recipient of the Stuart Croft Foundation Moving Image Award [2017], and graduated from the Courtauld Institute of Art [2003] and Wimbledon College of Art [2010].

She is currently artist in residence at the Moving Image Research Centre [MIRC], University of East London, and working on research commissioned by TACO!, a new project space in Thamesmead, South London, towards her first long-form film.

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CONTACT > > >

Frances Scott | email frances@abyme.org.uk | twitter @frances_scott_ | instagram @frances_____scott

Images: Diviner [2017], trailer and film still

 

 
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