Anna Chapman, fine artist

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Forthcoming Projects

Glossa

Glossa
Anna Chapman, Sam Collier, Catherine Street and Kate Temple
144/1 Duke Street, Edinburgh. Part of the Edinburgh Annuale 2012
opening Friday 15 June 2012, 7 – 9pm; continues Sat 16 and Sun 17 June, 12 – 6pm
an exhibition of works on paper relating to language, the human body and architecture
www.annuale.org

Current / Recent Projects

AXAinaction

AXA in Action
AXA Hotel, Prague
2 – 4 December 2011
I will be taking part in this performing arts festival situated within the AXA hotel in the centre of Prague. The hotel is a 1930s Functionalist building and prior to its complete refurbishment will play host to artworks installed in its rooms as well as live performances on the opening night.
www.axa-hotel.cz/axainaction

Soundmarks

Time After
Gallery Kortil, Rijeka and MKC, Split; Croatia
11 – 31 May 2011
A group show which tours to Split in August. I’m showing a film version of Soundmarks,
an installation first developed in 2008 which features announcements by Russian-Estonian bus drivers.
timeafter.blogspot.com

Micro-residency at HICA (Highland Institute for Contemporary Art)
with artist Kate Temple, September 2010

Searching sound with sound, sound installation, Newhailes' library

Subjects for Melancholy Retrospection
Newhailes, near Edinburgh, Scotland, 5 August – 6 September 2010
special
late opening Thursday 26 August 6-8pm
Solo show of drawing, three-dimensional and sound work situated within
a 17th century house (National Trust for Scotland). Part of Edinburgh Art Festival 2010.

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image: Searching sound with sound
8-channel sound installation, Newhailes library (2010)
Download press release

www.edinburghartfestival.com

early hours

He do the police in different voices
Blyth Gallery, Imperial College London, 16 June – 16 July 2010
An exhibition of work by Claudia Carr, Anna Chapman, Amanda Couch, Carolyn Flood, Chris Shaw and Aline von der Assen, curated by Chris Shaw.
www3.imperial.ac.uk

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Preambles and Perambulations
Dickens Museum, London, 24 April – 8 May 2010
Dickens’ former home in Doughty Street, central London becomes host to a contemporary art exhibition that inserts discreet objects and jarring imagery within the museum’s historic display. I am contributing a work for slide projection and a pair of cut paperback books.
www.dickensmuseum.com