Shona Illingworth

01.03.10
Shona Illingworth - Balnakiel APEngine talks to Shona Illingworth about her exhibition Balnakiel, showing at Wolverhampton Art Gallery until 1 May 2010. Balnakiel seems to continue an interest you’ve explored in other work, in people – giving testimony, witness, ‘ordinary’ lives, though it’s a much bigger project – dealing with a community, rather than individuals or small groups… I’m interested in memory as a dynamic and continually changing ...
Tris Vonna-Michell at Focal Point Gallery

11.01.10
No more racing in circles — just pacing within lines of a rectangle, Tris Vonna-Michell Dates: 11 January – 20 March | Location: Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea This exhibition is Tris Vonna-Michell’s first regional solo outing in the UK, and the result of a three-month residency period in Southend, which has been nurtured within the context of Focal Point Gallery and developed within the eastern region since ...
Radar presents Selected Memory

02.12.09
The Swimmer and the Forest (working image), Shona Illingworth Dates: 3 December 2009 – 23 January 2010 | Location: Loughborough University Radar presents a season of art, film and debate inspired by the complexity of memory. Individual or collective, real or imagined, complete or fragmented, memory in all its forms is a rich subject for enquiry. This season features three new commissions, each exploring different facets of memory by Shona ...
Those Were The Days That Were by Gareth Evans

08.09.09
Memo Mori, image courtesy of Emily Richardson Memory isn’t what it used to be. Once upon, it was a path, a bridge, a way back to go forward; a shared understanding (if only with oneself), always provisional, always fluid, different each time. But it was about something that mattered – for better, for worse – and it was a kind of glue, a foundation, certainly a ...