Clare Thornton

CLARE THORNTON

SELECTED WORKS

Collaborations

Conversation and cross-disciplinary exchange are crucial elements in my process of making and I collaborate with groups/individuals across diverse fields of art and science to produce new works for public art contexts, museums and galleries nationally and internationally.

Grey Gorges Cast No Shadows

Kurant Visningsrom, Trømso September 2014 A collaborative residency and exhibition with artist Jan Steinum. We received funding from the Arts Council Norway to develop new works in response to the poetic text / proposition devised […]

Sep, 02

Oriel Davies Open 2014

‘Dandy & the Mute’, Oriel Davies, Newtown, Wales 19 April – 18 June 2014 This piece from the original installation at Oriel Myrddin was selected for the Oriel Davies Open 2014 Selectors: Anthony Shapland Artist/Co-director g39, Cardiff, Deidre Figueiredo […]

Mar, 15

New Portrait by Daniel Bosworth

Live Art Day (Documentation) during Joseph Beuys ARTISTS ROOMS, Worcester Gallery and Museum 1st Feb 2014 Presenting ‘Unfurl, After Alison Knowles’ alongside works by Mikhail Karikis & Co-Lab Theatre within the Joseph Beuys ARTISTS ROOM Exhibition. […]

Feb, 01

A Lexicon of Labour Movements

In The City Series, The Showroom Projects, Bristol 29 Aug – 1 Sept Digging into the working life of the city, through its tools and its actions. Myself and Paul Hurley explored the working dynamics […]

Aug, 16

After After Richard Hughes

A3 Works, A3 Project Space, Birmingham June 2013 A3 Works was the inaugural exhibition for A3 Project Space, an exciting new artist-led gallery in Digbeth Birmingham. ‘After After Richard Hughes’ a limited edition Risograph print (produced […]

Jun, 25

‘On Not Knowing: How Artists Think’ – Publication

The Italic I Featured as an Artist Page with essay by Emma Cocker entitled ‘Tactics for Not Knowing: Preparing for the Unexpected’. The Italic I appears in the recent title, ‘On Not Knowing: How Artists […]

Apr, 10

Salad Dressing, Ed Ruscha Books & Co, Gagosian Gallery NY

The Performance Re-enactment Society bookwork ‘Salad Dressing’, a cover version of the cult classic ‘Crackers’ (Ed Ruscha and Mason Williams 1969), was included in the exhibition Books & Co

Feb, 22

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