what the point is : the end of the line

Posted on Aug 4, 2015
what the point is : the end of the line

I’m delighted to announce my forthcoming solo exhibition at SE8. what the point is : the end of the line is an essay in sculptural form, composed of drawing, video and assembled objects. This new body of artwork develops a chain of analogies between the tip of the pen/cil, the first person singular, the line of […]

Now online: the line that (breathes)

Posted on Jun 19, 2015
Now online: the line that (breathes)

The video of my talk at Five Years Gallery was published online yesterday at Curating the Contemporary. Below are details from their website; click here to watch the video and read more about the project. “There’s dialogue going on between the movement of the pencil against the page and the tapping of the white cane […]

JUST PUBLISHED: amaCollective interview

Posted on Apr 12, 2015
JUST PUBLISHED: amaCollective interview

Ahead of next week’s Five Years event, amaCollective have just published interviews with me, Sally Morfill, Ana Čavić and Louise Stern, asking about the roles of dialogue and translation in our work. An extract from my interview is below; the full text is here. In relation to your own practice, how do you define the […]

NEXT WEEK: the line that (…)

Posted on Apr 9, 2015
NEXT WEEK: the line that (…)

amaCollective have curated a series of dialogic interventions for The Naturalness of Strange Things at Five Years Gallery.  I’m contributing a new video work to this reactive exhibition based on Euclid’s idea of the line as a circuitous, infinite connection, inclusion and enclosing: “Sally Morfill and Ana Čavić, Tamarin Norwood and Louise Stern are points […]

Agata Cardoso at SOMA

Posted on Apr 7, 2015
Agata Cardoso at SOMA

I’m honoured to play a small part in Sharon Kivland’s new audio work Are you a doctor, sir? The work accompanies Agata Cardoso’s exhibition and other events at Soma Gallery, Liegnitzer str. 34,10999 Berlin, from 10 to 17 April. Are you a doctor, sir? Sharon Kivland A sound work with the participation of Gabrielle Abbott, […]

TONIGHT: launch of Lemonade everything

Posted on Feb 15, 2015
TONIGHT: launch of Lemonade  everything

LemonMelon is pleased to invite you to the book launch with improvised sounds of Lemonade xeverything was so infinite. by David Berridge, Julia Calver, Emma Cocker, Marit Münzberg, Tamarin Norwood, Mary Paterson, Rachel Lois Clapham Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson Street, London E2 8JD Sunday 15th February 2015, 3.30–6.30pm For the launch, using a variety […]

TULCA: How To See Clearly From A Distance

Posted on Nov 12, 2014
TULCA: How To See Clearly From A Distance

My 2011 audio piece My House and Other Inventions will be broadcast at Galway University Hospital this month as part of  How To See Clearly From A Distance. Originally commissioned for the first in a series of Art/Writing events at AUX Philadelphia, My House is the story of a synchronized domestic spectacle performed fast asleep […]

Interview: Drawing and the Digital Ground

Posted on Nov 2, 2014
Interview: Drawing and the Digital Ground

A Fine Line: Drawing and the Digital Ground in the Work of Tamarin Norwood Discussing my recent commission for ICA Philadelphia Tamarin Norwood: A Fine Line, Becky Huff Hunter asks about the digital and analogue figure and ground in drawing, video and writing. This interview is part of the ongoing Art Journal Conversations series, which […]

TONIGHT: Launch of Relief Issue 2

Posted on Oct 29, 2014
TONIGHT: Launch of Relief Issue 2

Relief Issue 2: Drift  launches tonight at Tender Books. Details of the event are below; more about the publication and press are here. The issue includes my new work Boat, Line and Plane, a sequence of images commissioned for the publication.

TOMORROW: Drawing Room Study Forum

Posted on Sep 29, 2014
TOMORROW: Drawing Room Study Forum

Tomorrow evening I’m giving a short presentation on my recent studio research at the Drawing Room‘s first Study Forum event. Spaces are limited: the forum is open to Drawing Room network members by RSVP, but get in touch if you’re a non-member and would like to attend and I’ll add your name to the guest […]

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