Aggregate: Fritha Jenkins & Edna Lumb
Aggregate constituted an experimental live curation open to the public. This rotating live exhibition explored potential intersections between feminism, queer sexualities, and northern industrial archaeology using the metaphor of aggregate.
Link to Corridor 8 publication made during Aggregate can be found here http://www.corridor8.co.uk/residencies/leeds-arts-university-aggregate/
Pumphouse Gallery InHouse Project with Rebecca Glover - an interactive sound sculpture/installation which can be played/performed, and weekend sound workshops - part of the education programme.
Solo performance at Louise Ashcroft’s Unperforming, Artsadmin, Toynbee Studios involving spoken ramblings and a carrier bag full of bath bubbles.
‘It was so alive, buzzing, contagious energy like an ebb and flow or waves and currents. Physically very strong pulling and pulling us. Salty and fresh, Amazing,’ Emma Cousin, audience member.
A commission for BOS 2018 & Brockley Brewery. Installation in brewery - video made during the brewing process, rotating mirror ball and bottled beer.
Buckner Building and other violin performance
Gigs with Buckner Building including Green Door Store Brighton and Ivyhouse London, plus collaborative work with Louise Ashcroft at CCA Gallery, London.
Broadcasts with the Geraniums - inhaling the archive, Chisenhale Artplace. Series of ongoing conversations, performances and broadcasts with invited guests using material from Angela Croome’s extensive science and image archive.
Unperforming: Are we nearly there yet, edition. Toynbee Studios, London. Performance & video.
Artwork/Housework. No 13. Group show., Artlicks Weekend. Sculpture/performance.
Monsters of the Deep: Sea Monster Band - St Leonards and Hastings Coastal Currents Festival Collaboration in Question–live art, screenings, panel discussion. ASC Gallery, London. Collaboration with SLABS & Rebecca Glover.
Fluence It’s Offal, ARTHOUSE1, London (Commissioned film & performance developed from wastewater treatment works research)
In the Mouth: Skltloctcoctlo. (new performance work in collaboration with Rebecca Glover), Chisenhale Dance Space, Without Walls, London.
APTLIVE: Building site (performance). APT Studios and Gallery, part of Deptford X Fringe.
Ruskin Shorts: Modern Art Oxford
Add2Cart, Performance evening, Glasgow
Chamber: Solo show at 395 Southwark Park rd, London
Unperforming 6: Wounds and scabs. 6.30-9pm, Friday 20th November at 43 Inverness Street Gallery
A.M Gallery, London, Insufficient Void - Performance evening: September
Supernormal Festival, Orator - a performance walk: August
Bread & Jam - site responsive exhibition in a domestic London house: July
Merz Barn Residency with AltMFA: July
Asylum, Peckham – Tremulous - Performance evening: July
Sketchy Remarks, Floating Island Gallery, Docklands, London. Foreshore Slippers - a 3 and a half hour performance involving material from the Thames Foreshore.
Cabaret Melancolique, London – Ochlocracy Orchestra
RCM/RCA Collaboration No 1 – Ochlocracy Orchestra
Artlicks Weekend – performance on the Thames foreshore as part of AltMFA Feed
Unperforming 3, Floating Island Gallery, Isle of Dogs. Handlings – a 2 person performance involving the distribution of over 100 surgical gloves filled with Thames tap water and stones collected from the Thames foreshore.
In Search of the Miraculous, Departure Foundation, London. Catch – a sculptural performance piece involving frozen Thames water placed in the gallery.
Technopolis, Group Show, Gracechurch Street, London. Currencies – a sculptural work involving 12 large bags of Thames water collected from the river earlier in the day.
Louche Women, The Poetry cafe, London. Guest performance.
The Interview Room, Ongoing public events as a studio member of a shared studio and project space in The Old Police Station, Deptford. Currently involved in the series, The Ideas Notebook.
Robinsonner, Artlicks Weekend, Southwark, London. Wares – a walk around Bermondsey throwing vessels made from local dug clay on a mobile kick wheel enroute.
Unperforming 1, 55 Gracechurch Street, London. Juggling the Thames - In an office in the city of London a group performance took place in which the audience participated in juggling the Thames.
Departure Foundation Studio Award and Residency: 2012/13
St Mary's Old Church. St Pancreas, London. The Mouldmakers Handbook - musical performance.
Intransit Festival, London. Vessel - a sculptural procession with Louise Ashcroft from Paddington Basin along the route of the lost River Westbourne.
Nunhead Cemetery and The Ivyhouse Ballroom, London.Grave Passions – Curator (with Nicky Hodge and Naomi Graham) Performance, installation, film and video event supported with a grant from the Southwark LGBT network.
Goldsmiths College, London Gathering Moraine – a prologue to a sculptural walk.
Boeing Way to Gas Street, Birmingham. Aqueduct - I was invited to make a body of sculptural work for a group exhibition. The Grand Union canal runs from Boeing Way, London where I had a studio to the exhibition space in Gas street, Birmingham. Existing at both sites, a redundant warehouse turned temporary studio and an empty office building turned temporary exhibition space, the resulting works sat somewhere between freight and vessel.
Sauna, Hoxton, London. Collaborative piece with AltMFA.
Deptford X not(even)withstanding - video collaboration with Nicky Hodge.
Fieldbroadcast, Essex. Live performance broadcast from Bradwell-on-Sea as part of the Digital Hybridity Research project at the The University of Derby.
Manual, Stoke Newington, London. Live performance as part of a Frisk collective event.
Whitechapel Art Gallery, London. STORM, An evening event in which I showed a video piece, 'storm in a teacup'
Deptford X. Constructs - performance piece created for Rebecca Birch's micro-performance series.The durational performance took place across an afternoon during which audience members were encouraged to engage in an exchange - as component, performer and maker.
Market Estate Project, London. Zipwire - collaboration with Rob Smith resulting in a video for a group show. On a London housing estate a video camera was sent down wires strung across the estate over a period of 6 weeks.