TOMORROW: Sora Kim, Fractured Performance

Posted on Nov 16, 2015
TOMORROW: Sora Kim, Fractured Performance

Tomorrow evening I’m contributing to a panel discussion at the Korean Cultural Centre UK, convened on the occasion of Sora Kim’s solo exhibition 2,3. Details are below. Sora Kim: Fractured Performance panel discussion Sora Kim’s performances involve other people, encourage improvisation and verge on the conceptual – her latest performance 2,3 produced for her exhibition at the […]

VideoGUD Sweden: Performance, Architecture, Materials

Posted on Nov 14, 2015
VideoGUD Sweden: Performance, Architecture, Materials

This month and next two of my videos are joining works by Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry, Laura Cooper and Aura Satz to be broadcast in public spaces across Sweden, in a VideoGUD film programme curated by Marianne Mulvey. The programme examines what it means to animate the surfaces of our built environment and the […]

Some notes on drawing with a Camera Lucida

Posted on Nov 10, 2015
Some notes on drawing with a Camera Lucida

eyes two, one each / pencil lost under paper wall surface / wall is paper paper is wall / upside down and back to front / swimming underwater / very slight movement all is lost / correct against original object / correct against emerging drawing / move all is lost

TODAY: Pulling Together/Pulling Apart

Posted on Nov 6, 2015
TODAY: Pulling Together/Pulling Apart

I’m presenting some recent examples of collaborative work at OVADA this afternoon, then contributing to a panel discussion on practices of artistic and interdisciplinary collaboration. Details are below: Following their joint exhibition in Denmark, UK artists brook & black are collaborating with Danish artists Christina Bredahl Duelund and Natascha Thiara Rydvald. One result of their […]

Some notes on drawing and feedback, with physiology in mind

Posted on Nov 5, 2015
Some notes on drawing and feedback, with physiology in mind

ballistic movement / laser pointer / near far workspace / drawing tube / direct indirect feedback / laser pointer / hammer / stammer / tool use / cf. BSL / thumb  

SE8 solo exhibition closes this weekend

Posted on Oct 30, 2015
SE8 solo exhibition closes this weekend

My exhibition at SE8 Gallery closes this weekend, staying open late tonight to coincide with Deptford’s last Friday events. I’ve imagined the exhibition as an essay in sculptural form, composed of drawing, video and assembled objects. The new body of artwork develops a chain of analogies between the tip of the pen/cil, the first person singular, […]

SE8 Review: David Price writes for thisistomorrow

Posted on Oct 28, 2015
SE8 Review: David Price writes for thisistomorrow

“What follows is a series of ways to observe and make statements about Tamarin Norwood’s exhibition ‘what the point is: the end of the line’, currently on show at SE8 Gallery, London. The text of this review begins in this way, logically but obscurely, in the spirit of the show. Texts produced by the artist […]

SE8 Review: Rebecca Edwards writes for CtC

Posted on Oct 26, 2015
SE8 Review: Rebecca Edwards writes for CtC

“For her solo show at SE8 Gallery, Tamarin Norwood has provided us with assembled objects: objects which speak to themselves through a series of interlinking and communicative tools, objects that are aware of their presence within a space but are simultaneously trying to question their own representation, and objects that question the reciprocity of making […]

SE8 solo exhibition: images

Posted on Oct 24, 2015
SE8 solo exhibition: images

My solo exhibition what the point is : the end of the line is entering its last week at SE8 Gallery. Below are a few photos of the installation – you can find out more about the exhibition on the gallery website.      Photographs Peter Kidd

TODAY: interview on Resonance 104.4FM

Posted on Oct 2, 2015
TODAY: interview on Resonance 104.4FM

This afternoon I’ll be at the Resonance studio discussing my SE8 exhibition with William English and SE8 curator Nicolas De Oliveira. The 60-minute interview will be broadcast live from 2:30-3:30pm, and then repeated Sunday 9am. To introduce some of the ideas in the exhibition I’ve gathered together a handful of short recordings, which we’ll be […]

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