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Pam Skelton CV

Pam Skelton CV

 

I am an artist, researcher, yoga practitioner and teacher living and working in London. I studied Art at Southport School of Art (1967-69) Camberwell College of Art (1969-72) and The Design Course of the English National Opera (1974-1975). I am a qualified British Wheel of Yoga teacher (2012) and am currently training as an Iyengar Yoga teacher. Taught at Central Saint Martins in Fine Art since 1987 and until 2014 was a Reader in Fine Art and co-convener of the Art: Public Realm and Archive Research Group at CSM and a Research Associate at Photograph and the Archive Research Centre, London School of Communication, University of the Arts, London. Continuing at CSM as an Associate Lecturer in Research supervising three PhD students.

 

2016: Currently researching Censored a new project in collaboration with curator Iliyana Nedkova and Nick Bone, Artistic Direction of the theatre company Magnetic North.

 

Selected Works
2014 Conspiracy Dwellings Artists Pages in Vol 34 Lessons from History N. Paradoxa International Feminist Art Journal
2013 Hotel Minerva, in the Beijing Academy Film Triennially
2013 Pam Skelton, ‘In the Event of Snow’ video installation, in Cartographies of Life and Death: John Snow & Disease Mapping, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London
2012 Pam Skelton in Off the S[h]elf: the Self and Subjectivity in the artists book, Stockwell Studios, London
2012 Screening, Conspiracy Dwellings in The Conversation and Surveillance, Passenger Films, Urban Lab, London
2011 Pam Skelton, Hotel Minerva, video installation, in Archive of Exile, Bank Street Gallery, Sheffield.
2011 Pam Skelton, Rosa, a window installation, at Goodens Gallery, 24/7, curated by Chris Meigh-Andrews   Vyner Street, London
2010 Pam Skelton, Dangerous Places: Ponar, screenings in Surviving History Exhibition South Africa Tour 2010 curated by Dr Shivaun Woolfson and Frances Tay in Holocaust Centres in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg, South Africa
  What’s the Difference! Chromosome works by Pam Skelton, Mirror Gallery, South Hill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell, UK
2009 Pam Skelton: Dwelling in the Space of Conspiracy, Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Art, University of Bath. UK
  Dwelling in the Space of Conspiracy in ISEA09, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, N. Ireland
2008 Pam Skelton, Ghost Town, Wisconsin Jewish Film Festival, Madison, U.S.A.
  Pam Skelton, In the Space of Conspiracy, Tallinn City Art Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
The Art of Birmingham 1940 – 2008, Birmingham City Art Gallery
2007/8 Conspiracy Dwellings, South Hill Park, Bracknell, UK
2007 Pam Skelton, Burning Poems, 2nd Moscow Biennale
  Conspiracy Dwellings // Konspirative Wohnungen: Erfurt, Germany
  Pam Skelton, Burning Poems, Sochi Art Museum, Sochi, Russia
2006 Galerie L’Ollave, Preoccupations, l’ARTBORETUM, Argenton-sur-Creuse, France
2005 Man (The Flaming Sideboards) Aine Art Museum, Tornio, Finland
Death is Part of the Process, Void Gallery, Derry, N. Ireland
Pam Skelton, Burning Poems, site specific video installations at the Anna Akhmatova Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
2004 Strangers to Ourselves, 201 St John Street, London.
Unframed, Standpoint Gallery, London.
Something Strange: Aine Art Museum, Tornio, Finland.
Self ish: Sicult, London and Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter.
2003 Strangers to Ourselves: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery and in locations throughout the S.E. of England.
2002 Perceptions, Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnick, Croatia.
  Hygiene, The Art of Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Ghost Town, (2 screenings) Translating Class, Altering Hospitality, Congress CATH, University of Leeds.
2001 Pamela Hurwitz and her Friends, exhibition of new paintings, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design.
Pam Skelton, Liquidators 2, Gallery Katva, Rovaniemi, Finland.
New Permanent Collection, The Centre of Attention, London.
Mute Loops a Filmwaves commission 2001 Lux Centre, London.
Pam Skelton, Ghost Town, Brno House of Culture, Brno, Czech Republic.
1999 Private Views, Institute of Contemporary Art Dunaujvarov Hungary.   
Sale or Return, Fruitmarket Gallery, Glasgow.
Private Views, Co- Curated with Mare Tralla, Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn.
Video Medeja, Third International Video Summit Novi Sad, Serbia.
1997 Virtual Vulgarity– International Biennale of the Feminist Art and Histories Conference, Reading University.
1996 The Leading Edge’ The London Institute Gallery, London.
Pandaemonium – The Digital Lab, Institute of Contemporary Art, London.
The Unthinkable is the Unknowable – Ten Years after Chernobyl, Camerawork, London.
Kunstler forchen nach Auschwitz, Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst, Berlin, Germany.
Art ’96, Letherby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, London.
1995 After Auschwitz – Installations’   Imperial War Museum, London. Pam Skelton, Dangerous Places – Ponar City Art Gallery Leeds. Pam Skelton Dangerous Places – Ponar Gallery 101 Ottawa, Canada.

William Geer,   Friends past and present – Birmingham City Art Gallery.

1994/5 Pam Skelton, Dangerous Places – Ponar 7 channel video installation and ‘The X Mark of Dora Newman painting installation, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull.
1993 Collaboration with dancer Rosemary Lee and ‘Threads’ Exhibition of paintings at Chisenhale Dance Space, London.
1992     Pam Skelton, As Private As the Law, Galerie L’Ollave, Lyon France.
Somatic States, The Quicksilver Gallery, Middlesex University and The Norwich Gallery, Norwich.
1991 As Private As the Law, Galerie L’Ollave, Lyon France.
Critical Practices, Bridge Gallery, Central Saint Martins College London.
Amnesty International Art Exhibition,   Lanchester Gallery, Coventry.

Borderlands, Autonomous Cultural Centre, Weimar, Germany.

1990 London Art ’90, Design Centre, London.
Central Saint Martins 7th Floor Gallery.

Sommerr Atelier,   Hannover, Germany.

Gas Hall Exhibition,   Birmingham Art Trust. Birmingham.

1989/90 Pam Skelton, Groundplans, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
Paintings,   Long and Ryle Gallery, London
Work from the Birmingham Studios, Lanchester Gallery, Coventry.

6 Artists from the Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh.

Pam Skelton, Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London

Artist in Residence, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
1988 David Mabb, Pam Skelton, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool
Grace Erickson, Pam Skelton, Southampton City Art Gallery

Large Paintings, Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London

Women and Water, group show, Odette Gilbert Gallery, London
1987 Pam Skelton, Peintures, Gallery L’Ollave, Lyon, France

Works on Paper, Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London

Athena Art Exhibition,(Shortlisted artist and prizewinner) Barbican Centre, London

The Day Book, large group show, Smiths Gallery, Touring.

L’Ollave in Birmingham, Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham
1986 Pam Skelton, Paintings and Works on Paper, Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London
1985 Kate Blacker (Photos) and Pam Skelton (Peinture) Maison des Expositions de Genas, France

Reflections, Sonja Boyce, Pam Skelton, Kate Whiteford, Riverside Studios, London

Paradise Lost, Jacqueline Morreau and Pam Skelton, Ikon Gallery, Touring Exhibition.
Awards
2012 Wellcome Grant and Arts Council Lottery Funded, for Cartographies of Life and Death
2009-11 AHRC Speculative Grant, Commission for the project Archive of Exile in collaboration with Jessica Dubow
2007 Kulturstiftung des Bund, Germany, Exhibition Grant for Conspiracy Dwellings
2007 Arts Council Lottery Funded Grant
2007 Sabbatical, University of the Arts, London
2006     AHRC, Small Grant, for Conspiracy Dwellings exhibition project, Germany
2004-2005 British Council Russia, for Burning Poems, St Petersburg
2002     Institute Francais Award for Perception, Dubrovnik
2001 British Council Exhibition Award
  Calouste Gulbenkian Award
  Wellcome Trust Award
1998 Arts Council of England Award
  British Council, Exhibitions Award
1996 British Council, Exhibitions Award
1995     Major Sabbatical Award, Rootstein, Hopkins Foundation
1994 Arts Council of Great Britain Exhibitions Award
1991 Birmingham City Council, Travel Grant
1989 West Midlands Arts Award
1987     City of Birmingham Fine Art Award
  Finalist in the Athena Art Awards
1983 West Midlands Arts Award
1972     Lord Caron Award in Painting
 
Conference and public presentations
2014 Speaker, Archive of the Future, Conference, University of Westminister
2013 Co organizer with Caterina Albana and speaker, Cartographies of Life and Death Symposium, Central Saint Martins
2011 The Archive of Exile, Symposium, Saturday 9th July 2011, 11.30-4.30pm, Domino Hall, Sheffield Cathedral, Sheffield.
2011 Feb 2011: Conference Paper, ‘Who Lives Where?’ Covert Cultures conference organised by The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Science and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge.
2010 Roshini Kempadoo and Pam Skelton presenters at the Pervasive Media Studio, Bristol, Creative Media Seminar.
2009 In Conversation with Jessica Dubow. Dwelling in the Space of Conspiracy (1). Institute   of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Art, University of Bath.
  Conspiracy Dwellings – Surveillance in Contemporary Art, Panel (Convener) ISEA09, Belfast, N.Ireland
2008 Conspiracy Dwellings Symposium, South Hill Park, Berkshire,
Ideas and Aperitifs with Pam Skelton, International Centre for Fine Art Research, London
In the Fold, Symposium, Chelsea College of Art, London
Nuclear Forum: Art Catalyst/SCAN, presentation Royal Society of Art, London
KISSS, symposium, presentation, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
2007 Conspiracy Dwellings, seminar, Bauhaus University, Weimar
Conspiracy Dwellings, talk with Dora Garcia, Kunsthaus Erfurt
2006 Conspiracy Dwellings, lecture, University of Erfurt, July 2006
2005     You’d Think so Wouldn’t You? Gallery discussion, Pam Skelton in conversation with Rachel Garfield, Arts Depot, London.
2004     Out of the Box, Archive Study Day, (PARC) London School of Communications
Unframed, Symposium, Camberwell College of Arts, London
ISEA 2004 (International Symposium for Electronic Arts)
The Visual Archive, (PARC) Tate Modern
The Politics of Cultural Memory, Manchester Metropolitan University
University of Leeds, Lecture/Seminar
2003 Lecture at ProArte, St. Petersburg, Russia
2002 Congress CATH, Translating Class, Altering Hospitality, University of Leeds, Video screening, Ghost Town.
2001 Conference participant for New Potatoes Seminar 2 – 3 2.2001 University of Lapland,
1999 New Cyberfeminist International Conference, paper and screenings Private Views, Goethe Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Lecture and screening Media art in the New Europe Tate Gallery, Liverpool
Gallery Talk ‘Examining Pictures’ Whitechapel Art Gallery
Conference Chair and paper, Art Practice, Disciplines, Fields, Change, Art, Dialogue, Education, 15th May University of Central England
1998 Questions of Identity paper delivered at the forum ‘Remaking Eden’ at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
1996 On Memory and Aftermath   paper delivered at ‘Kunstler forschen nach Auschwitz’ at Martin Gropius-Bau and Gedenkstatte Haus der Wannseekonferenz, Berlin, Germany
1995 Dangerous Places paper delivered at ‘Generations and Geography’s the second Biennial conference of the Feminists Arts and Histories Network, University of Leeds
Authored publications
2010 Pam Skelton, Journal Article, Antagonistic Dwellings: Surveillance in Stasi Germany, An Art Project in Special Number, Cityscapes of the German Democratic Republic, ed. Renate Rechtien, in German Life and Letters Volume LXIII No. 4. October 2010. (Wiley-Blackwell), pp 458-474.
2010 Conspiracy Dwellings – Surveillance in Contemporary Art, ed. Remes Outi, Skelton P. (Cambridge Scholars Publishing (CSP)
2006 Pam Skelton, ‘Conspiracy Dwellings, there Potential as Counter Monuments’ a chapter in Geheime Trefforte des MFS in Erfurt, (Secret Meeting Places in Erfurt), Eds. Best, H, Heinrich J, Mestrup H. (Landesbeauftragten des Freistaates Thuringen fur die Unterlagen des Staassicherheitsdienstes der ehemaligen DDR) pp 107 – 113, 2006
2004 Pam Skelton, ‘Restretching the Canvas’ chapter in Unframed, Practices & Politics of Women’s Contemporary Painting, Ed. Rosemary Betterton, IB Tauris, London, New York, 2004
2003

 

Coxall H, Skelton, P, Fletcher T, Article: ‘Hygiene: The Art of Public Health’ The Journal of Visual Culture Vol, Sage Publications, April 2003, pp133-50
2001 Pam Skelton, ed Foreign Bodies 2001, catalogue, site specific artworks by students from Central Saint Martins College   of Art & Design Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design/London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Pam Skelton, Pamela Hurwitz and her friend’s exhibition catalogue and essay Ed. Swift, J, ARTicle Press, Birmingham
2000 Pam Skelton introduction, ‘shifting subjects – beyond the east-west divide’ Ed.. Dimitrakaki, A, Skelton, P, Tralla, Private Views – spaces and gender in contemporary art from Britain and Estonia pp10-17 (WAL/IB Tauris 2000).
1999 Pam Skelton, Art Practice, pp 67 -78 in Disciplines, Fields and Change in Art Education, Volume 1 Art Education and Art Practice, Swift J. & Swift.   J. Eds (ARTicle Press 1999)
Pam Skelton, ‘Questions of Identities’ next Cyberfeminist International Ed. Cornelia Solfrank, (obn. Hamburg) 1999 pp 32-35
1996 Pam Skelton,   ‘Pusca Vodica’, numero 5 Preoccupations (Association Galerie Libraire l’Ollave) Lyon,   France 1996, p.5.
Pam Skelton, Tchernobyl, 26 avril 1986, Fiction & réalité, (traduit de l’anglais par Catherine Gauffaux) pp 21 – 24, and Les Liquidateurs, (traduit de l’anglais par Bernard Hoepffner) in Tchernobly, Banquet D’Anniversaire, Agon, numero 15, (Agon E &Titanic), Marseille,1996. pp 45 – 52
1994 Pam Skelton, Dangerous Places, numero 3, Preoccupations Association Galerie Librairie l’Ollave, Lyon, France 1994. pp. 1 – 8.
1986 Women Artists Speak, Pam Skelton, FAN, Vol Two No.4. Pam Skelton
  Article, Pam Skelton, Women in Art Education, Circa January/February, 1986.
  Review, Claire Peillod, Les Deux Anglaises, Lyon Poche, 12-18 March, 1986
  Pauline Barry, Pam Skelton, Exhibition, Women Artists Slide Library News, August Edition 1986
1985 Pam Skelton Women in Art Education, NATFHE Journal May/June 1985
Work sited in selected books, reviews and articles
2012 Caterina Albana, Fear and Art in the Contemporary World pp.179-80, (Reaktion Books, 2012)
2011 Angela Dimitrakaki,Τέχνη και Παγκοσμιοποίηση [Art and Globalisation], Hestia (2011, language: Greek).
2008 Mark Haworth BoothConspiracy Dwellings’ Aperture, pp.84-85
2008 Konspirative Wohnungen’, Kunstforum International, Jan – Feb 2008, p.436
2008 Ants Juske, ‘Briti Kunstniki Pam Skeltoni nätuse materjal pärineb Stasi ahrivides’, Eesti Paevaleht, 3 Oct 2008, Estonia
2007 Elena Zaitseva, ‘Burning Poems’, 2nd Moscow Biennale of contemporary art, special Projects, pp. 78-81
2007 Article, Liane von Billerbeck, Places for Informers, Die Zeit Nr 46 P.56 Feuilleton
2007 Exhibition Catalogue, Konspirative Wohnungen// Conspiracy Dwellings, ed. Verena Kyselka, Jorge Schindler, Kunsthaus Erfurt 2007
2006 Rachel Garfield, Towards a Re-Articulation of Cultural Identity, Third Text, Vol 20 n.1/Jan 2006
2005 Ingeborg Reichle, Kunst Aus Dem Labor, Springer Wien New York, 2005. pp.39, 40, 210 – 13
2005 Angela Dimitrakaki, ‘History, Theatre and Video Art: Pam Skelton’s Burning Poems’ (in English and Russian) in the exhibition catalogue Burning Poems, St Petersburg, Anna Akhmatova Museum, 2005. Commissioned by the British Council. Exhibition catalogue.
2005 Rebekka Kill, Unframed, Practices & Politics of Women’s Contemporary Painting in The Art Book, Vol 12. Issue 2, 2005, pp. 33 – 34
2004 Ingeborg Reichle, ‘Visionen vom Neuen Menschen?’ Kunst im Zeitalter der Gen-und   Reproduktionsmedizin pp. 117 – 129 in Ins Machbare entrenzen, Utopien und alternative Lebensentwürfe von Frauen. Ed. Kirsten Beuth, Annette Dorgerloh, Ullrike Müller, Centauris Verlag, Herbolzheim, 2004.
2004 Angela Dimitrakaki, ‘Femininity and Utopia in Women’s Film and Video’ in Medien Der Kunst: Geschlecht, Metapher, Code, ed. Susanne von Falkenhausen, Silke Forschler et al. Jonas-Verlag, Germany.
2002

 

S. Seferovic, ‘Uz medunarodni zlozbeni project “Opazanje”’ Broj 26684 6. June, Dubrovnik, Croatia‘Sto znaci vidjeti’? Slobodna Dalmacija, Kultura, Dubrovnik, Croatia. Perceptions a Dubrovnik’, Avut, Barcelona, Spain11 July 2002
Ivica Zupan ‘Varljivo Opazanje’, Novi Cist, Zagreb, Croatia 28th July

Dodana Vrijednost Percepcije, Anton Maracic, Sridjeda, Zagreb, Coatia, 10 July

K.R. Aluzije Na Drustvenu Zbilju, Vjesnik, Zagreb29 June, p.19

Vesna Kusin, ‘Dubrovnik na Kart Izlozbenih Sredista Europe’ Vjesnik. Zagre, Croatia 28 July

Andrew Benjamin working notes 9               http:/www.basilisk.com/basilisk2ECRITS2/ab_wn09.html

Helen Sumper, Hot Tickets, Evening Standard Supplement 23rd May p.40

2001 Ingeborg Reichle, Kunst und Genetik: Zur Rezeption der Genechnik in der zeitgenössischen Kunst. In: Die Philosophin. Forum für ferministische Theorie und Philosphie, Heft 23, Jg. 12, Turbingen 2001, S. 28-42. Ingeborg Reichle, Kunst im Zeitalter der technischen Reproduzierbarkeit des Menschen: Sur Rezeption der Gentechnik in der zeitgenössischen Kunst. In: Kunst Text, 1/2001, ohne Paginerung (www.kunsttexte.de)

Marjaana Niskala     ‘Stories of forgotten people’ Kaleva (Finland) 26th Feb 2001 p.15

Kalle Lampela   ‘Elements of Destruction’ Lapin Kansa (Finland) 3rd March 2001 p.14

Griselda Pollock ‘Catching and Loosing the Sands of Time…. In the work of Lily Markiewicz’ in Lily Markiewicz Promise (catalogue) LRM London 2001 p.9
2000

 

Julia Knight ‘Saying Something’ and Catherine Elwes ‘Reviewing Others’ in Catherine Elwes, Video loupe, KT Press, London 2000 p.32 and p.112
1998

 

Angela Dimitrakaki, ‘Painting without Nostalgia: Contextualising the Visions of History in the work of Pam Skelton’, Diatribe University of Southampton Press 1998 pp 43-53

Rosemary Betterton ‘Embodied Perspectives’ ‘Representations of the female body Forum 2 Fruitmarket Gallery 1998 pp 9-10

1996

 

Kunstler Forchen Nach Auschwitz, reviews and radio: SFB Journal in Drei 6.5.96 Barbel Jaschke, Radio Brandenburg 4.5.96, Info Radio Berlin (SF3) 3.5.96. Info Radio Berlin (SF3) 16.5.96.   Wochenpost, 9.5.96. Potsdamer Neueste Nachrichen 10.5.96. Der Tagesspiegel, 10.5.96, Der Freitag (Wochenzeitung) 10.5.96. Junge Welt 15/16.5.96, TAZ 22.5.96, Berliner Linke Wochenzitung 21.5.96
1996 Angela Dimitrakaki ‘The Unthinkable is the Unknowable, Third Text No 35

Griselda Pollock,’ Dangerous Places – Ponar’ a video installation by Pam Skelton, Third Text No 36, pages 45 – 53 Autumn 1996

Rosemary Betterton, An Intimate Distance: Women, Artists and the Body Routledge, London 1996 pp172-181

1995 Monica Bohm – Duchen After Aushwitz, Responses to the Holocaust in Contemporary Art, Southbank Centre

Catherine Elwes ‘Dangerous Places – Ponar’, Art Monthly no.185 pp 26-27

Rosemary Betterton ‘The Autobiographical as History’, Womens Art Magazine No 65 pp26

Juliet Steyn ‘After Auschwitz Installations’, Women’s Art Magazine No. 65 pp 27

Jeremy Treglown, The Blitz between Life and Art, Times Literary Supplement March 31st 1995 pp 16

Alan King Dangerous Places, Ponar, , Ottawa Citizen, Canada May

Andrew Benjamin ‘In the Place of Danger’, catalogue essay, Ponar

Bernard Hoepffner ‘We hear and We Refuse to Believe’, catalogue essay, Dangerous Places – Ponar Pam Skelton (Ferens Art Gallery)

 

1991

 

Bernard Hoepfner,   ‘Pam Skelton, As Private as the Law’ , Journal Le Main du Singe, May 1991, Lyon, France.
1989    Colin Cruise,Pam Skelton, Groundplans,’ Arts Review 15/12/89

Sue Hubbard, ‘Pam Skelton, Groundplans’, 20/20 Magazine December 1989

Terry Grimley, ‘Strong Creative Imput’ Birmingham Post 29th November 1989

1988 Max-Wykes-Joyce, Midland Contemporary Art Exhibition, Arts Review, Summer Issue, 1988.

Adrian Henry, Review Liverpool Daily Post, 26/11/88

Clare Stracey, Artist at the Heart, International Visitor 1988

1987 Tessa Sidey, ‘Artists from Gallerie L’Ollave’, Arts Review 20th November 1987

‘Painting is a Real Winner’ Birmingham Post 02/87

Gordon Burn, Athena Art Award, Sunday Times, Magazine, 8/2/87.

Michel Bout, Totems et Tabous… La Marseillaise 6/8/87

1986 Guy Burn, Pam Skelton, Edward Durdey, Arts Review July 1986

Monica Petzal, Pam Skelton, Edward Durdey, Time Out 2/7/86

  Selected curatorial, educational and advisory roles since 1989
2004     Something Strange, Exhibition at the Aine Art Gallery, Tornio Finland co-curated with Sarah Cole
2002 SMOG, The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London.

Hygiene, The Art of Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, co curator with Tony Fletcher

New Potatoes, Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London. Co. curated with Henna Harri, (Finland).

2000 – 1

 

2001 –

Curated ‘Foreign Bodies, 2000, and 2001’ a site specific exhibition of students work from Central Saint Martins) at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Award from Wellcome Trust and Gulbenkian Foundation, art science collaborative projects at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.   Advisor and selector for the Commissions Programme.
  Invited to select the prize-winners from ‘New Potatoes’ exhibition of new art from

The Barents Region, (Finland, Norway, Sweden and Russia).

2001 – 2004 External Assessor for BA (Hons) Fine Art at Southampton Institute
1999 Chelsea School of Art, member of Course Review panel, p/t BA (Hons) Fine Art
1997/9 Deputy Chair, Women’s Art Library. Chair, Women’s Art Library
1997 Curator , exhibition, ‘Virtual Vulgarity’ on the occasion of the Feminist Art Historians   Conference, University of Reading
1992 Experimental Practice workshops at Hochschule fur Architektur und Bauwesen, Institute fur Kunst und Design, Weimar Germany
1989/92 Co-chair, Birmingham Art Trust

Advisor to West Midlands Arts, Birmingham City Council, Public Art Commissioning Agency

  Collections include”-

British Artists’ Film & Video Study Collection, London

Database of Virtual Art, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Centre of Attention, London

Arthur Anderson Collection, London

Tate and Lybrand, London

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Aine Art Museum, Tornio, Finland

 

Rosa Gallery