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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. ​ 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:​[[http://​thebower.org.uk/​Frances_Scott.html|The Bower]], London [2018]; Tate St Ives [2018]; [[http://​www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk/​exhibitions/​islands-curated-by-the-russian-club-mania-akbari-douglas-white-phil-coy-fra|Annely Juda Fine Art with The Russian Club]], London [2018]; [[http://​www.closeupfilmcentre.com/​film_programmes/​2018/​emplacing|CloseUp Film Centre]], London [2018]; Yorkshire Sculpture Park [2017]; [[https://​www.phoenix.org.uk/​event/​moving-image-day-little-city-studio/​|Phoenix Leicester]] [with Anna Lucas and Keira Greene] [2017]; [[http://​www.whitechapelgallery.org/​events/​frances-scott-phil-coy/​|Whitechapel Gallery]] [with Phil Coy] [2017]; Peninsula Arts and South West Film & Television Archive, Plymouth [2017]; [[http://​www.focalpoint.org.uk/​exhibitions/​current/​64/​|Focal Point Gallery]], Southend [2016]; [[http://​www.whitechapelgallery.org/​about/​press/​artists-announced-london-open-2015-whitechapel-gallery/​|‘London Open’]] triennial, Whitechapel Gallery [2015]; and [[http://​www.videoclub.org.uk/​programme/​2013-programme/​selected-iii/​|‘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 [[http://​www.catalog.org.uk/​|CATALOG]],​ a collaborative project with Joyce Cronin. Frances was recipient of the [[http://​www.stuartcroftfoundation.org/​frances-scott-at-yorkshire-sculpture-park/​|Stuart Croft Foundation Moving Image Award]] [2017], and graduated from the [[https://​courtauld.ac.uk/​alumni/​who-we-are/​alumni-profile-frances-scott-artist|Courtauld Institute of Art]] [2003] and Wimbledon College of Art [2010]. ​+Recent exhibitions and screenings include: ​[[http://​hetbos.be/​agenda/​2018/​12/​21/​|Het Bos]], Antwerp, Belgium [2018]; ​[[http://​thebower.org.uk/​Frances_Scott.html|The Bower]], London [2018]; Tate St Ives [2018]; [[http://​www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk/​exhibitions/​islands-curated-by-the-russian-club-mania-akbari-douglas-white-phil-coy-fra|Annely Juda Fine Art with The Russian Club]], London [2018]; [[http://​www.closeupfilmcentre.com/​film_programmes/​2018/​emplacing|CloseUp Film Centre]], London [2018]; Yorkshire Sculpture Park [2017]; [[https://​www.phoenix.org.uk/​event/​moving-image-day-little-city-studio/​|Phoenix Leicester]] [with Anna Lucas and Keira Greene] [2017]; [[http://​www.whitechapelgallery.org/​events/​frances-scott-phil-coy/​|Whitechapel Gallery]] [with Phil Coy] [2017]; Peninsula Arts and South West Film & Television Archive, Plymouth [2017]; [[http://​www.focalpoint.org.uk/​exhibitions/​current/​64/​|Focal Point Gallery]], Southend [2016]; [[http://​www.whitechapelgallery.org/​about/​press/​artists-announced-london-open-2015-whitechapel-gallery/​|‘London Open’]] triennial, Whitechapel Gallery [2015]; and [[http://​www.videoclub.org.uk/​programme/​2013-programme/​selected-iii/​|‘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 [[http://​www.catalog.org.uk/​|CATALOG]],​ a collaborative project with Joyce Cronin. Frances was recipient of the [[http://​www.stuartcroftfoundation.org/​frances-scott-at-yorkshire-sculpture-park/​|Stuart Croft Foundation Moving Image Award]] [2017], and graduated from the [[https://​courtauld.ac.uk/​alumni/​who-we-are/​alumni-profile-frances-scott-artist|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 [[http://​taco.org.uk/​projects/​frances-scott/​|TACO!]], a new project space in Thamesmead, South London, towards her first long-form film.+She is currently artist in residence at the Moving Image Research Centre [MIRC], University of East London, and working on research commissioned by [[http://​taco.org.uk/​projects/​frances-scott/​|TACO!]] in Thamesmead, South London, towards her first long-form film.
  
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