Gemma Anderson talk
Talk Gemma Anderson discusses Isomorphology
Isomorphology Book Launch and Talk, with Super/Collider at Isomorphology Exhibition, EB and Flow Gallery, London
Visit Super/Collider website
March 2013 - Isomorphology Workshop at the Grant Museum, University College London
New Isomorphology Website and Publication. March 2013
Gemma Anderson, Hidden Geometries
EB & Flow will be showing a group booth by artists Briony Anderson, Gemma Anderson, William Bradley, Nicholas McLeod and Cristian Zuzunaga
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Portraits: Patients and Psychiatrists
Imperial College Festival | 11-12 May 2012 | A collaboration between Gemma Anderson and the Mathematics department
I would like to invite you to see art work produced in collaboration with Mathematicians Dr. Tom Coates and Dr. Alessio Corti (http://coates.ma.ic.ac.uk/fanosearch/) at.....
....... Imperial's first Festival, on Friday 11 – Saturday 12 May, to celebrate the work and life of the College and discover what goes on behind the scenes. Bring your friends and family to enjoy hands-on research demonstrations, talks, music, comedy, dancing and art. The Festival is open to audiences of all ages and interests. Food and drink will be available throughout. All activities are free – just drop in any time.
WHEN and WHERE
Friday 11 May 18.00 – 22.00 and Saturday 12 May 12.00 – 18.00
The Festival will take place on Imperial's South Kensington Campus, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ
WHAT IS HAPPENING?
From forensics to robots, artwork to enterprise, the Festival has something for everyone, with a huge mix of performances, exhibitions, interactive exhibits, events and talks. Explore the best on offer from Imperial staff and students today – immerse yourself in a surgical experience, meet soapbox scientists, analyse your fingerprints, and listen to live music. Highlights include:
- Queen's Lawn Marquee: Explore the Festival hub, which includes hands-on activities and research demonstrations featuring Imperial's departments, institutes and innovations. Displays include space missions, lasers and earthworms.
- SAF Building: Get up close and personal with the inside of an operating theatre, and try your hand at surgery with a pop-up anatomy lesson.
- Dancing in the street: Join Imperial student societies for everything from belly dancing to tango, throw some shapes at the silent disco, and keep your eyes peeled for a skateboarding Isaac Newton and mechanical dragon.
- Queen's Tower Music Stage: From acappella to a gramophone DJ, tap your toe to some of the best music from Imperial and beyond.
Stay up to date with the programme at www.imperial.ac.uk/festival
No need to register – just turn up
Tue 24 - Sun 29 April 2012, 10am to 5pm; 10am to 3pm on last day
Contemporary Perspectives is an ongoing programme of exhibitions presented by the Mall Galleries in the new Threadneedle Space. The series will examine a range of familiar themes that continue to inspire both artists and audiences.
This inaugural exhibition will present a selection of works from each theme, introducing their current relevance and the artists that are inspired by them.
Exhibiting work from 16 artists in the varying mediums of paint, print, sculpture and video painting, Contemporary perspectives will examine the ways in which artists explore traditional themes by provoking and playing with our preconceptions.
Artists exhiting are Gemma Anderson, Louise Balaam, David Cass, Jessie Campbell, Tony Clark, Bella Easton, Laurence Edwards, Katie Elder, Roland Hicks, Anna Ilsley, Melanie Miller, John Nielsen, Laurence Owen, Katie Pope, Beverly Porter and Alys Williams.
Free Admission. Work for sale.
Please contact Sophie Hill or Lucy Ward for more details.
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Gemma Anderson Portraits, Patients and Psychiatrist at The Naughton Gallery at Queens
This series of sixteen etchings of psychiatrists and their patients is a result of collaboration between Anderson and consultant forensic psychiatrist, Dr Tim McInerny. Created at the Bethlem Royal Hospital and a number of other medical units across London,the sitters are identified by a pseudonym only, with no indication of whether they are patient or psychiatrist.
The rich imagery includes objects of personal significance to the sitters, together with plants, minerals and animals that have been used historically to treat mental illness.
In these complex portraits, Anderson and McInerny explore the relationship between psychiatry and visual art, examining the historical representation of mental disorder in the arts and using the portraits as a visual metaphor for the therapeutic alliances and relationships between doctors and patients in mental health settings.
Jerwood Visual Arts Residency- An Enquiry into drawing in the Natural Sciences
6.30pm- 8.30pm, Tuesday 15th March, Jerwood Space, 171 Union St, SE1 0LN
Project Space at Café 171, Jerwood Space
14 March – 28 April 2011
Mon – Fri 10am–5pm, Sat – Sun 10am–3pm
Portraits: Patients and Psychiatrists
12 November - 5 December 2010 (1 - 6 pm, Thursday - Sunday)
ACME Project space, 44 Bonner Road, London E2 9JS
The exhibition contains etched portraits and recorded interviews with patients and psychiatrists at Bethlem Royal Hospital, London. All the etchings are drawn directly from life onto the copperplate and contain objects and imagery which reflect the sitter who is identified only by a first name, with no indication of whether they are patient or psychiatrist.
Originally part of an exhibition at the Jerwood Space in London in 2008, the project received funding from the Wellcome Trust in 2009 and this year has seen a series of exhibitions of the work in non-gallery venues such as the Freud Museum and Globe Theatre in London.
ARTIST'S TALK ON PORTRAITS: PATIENTS & PSYCHIATRISTS
21 July 2010
Freud Museum London, 20 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SX
Join artist Gemma Anderson for an evening talk about her exhibition, Portraits: Patients & Psychiatrists.
Listen to the audio broadcast (MP3, 6.7 MB)
DRAWINGS AND ETCHING OF EZO BY GEMMA ANDERSON
19 May 2010 - 13 July 2010
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, Japan House, 13/14 Cornwall Terrace, London NW1 4QP
'Anderson exhibits her journey from Ireland to France to Japan in her recording of the people and their natural history, combining botanical and geological studies, portraits and landscapes, which are recorded straight onto her etching plate. During her time in residencies, Anderson created an archive of the natural phenomena of a particular time and place. Her works display a remarkable convergence between “a scientific eye searching to intimately know a face, a leaf, a rock, animal or insect” and “an imagination that plays jovially with the hurdles of reality” (Juliette Giudicelli, Art Writer, Paris 2009). “Gemma Anderson’s work is transparently fabulous - like a good fable, it seems to run through a series of ‘as ifs’: as if we could start again - observing, possessing the world for the first time” (Francisco Lobo, Artist and Writer, London 2007)'
Monday-Friday, 9.30am-5.00pm (closed bank holidays)
Organised by The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Click here to visit the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation website.
WELLCOME COLLECTION 'SKIN'
10 June-26 September
Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE
Following the success of its recent exhibitions, which have looked at mental health and at identity, Wellcome Collection returns to the subject of the human body for its summer exhibition: 'Skin'.
Press preview: Wednesday 9 June, 9.30-13.00. A chance to preview the exhibition and meet with the curators. Contact Mike Findlay for details. Admission is FREE.
Click here to visit the Wellcome Collection SKIN website.
PATIENTS; PORTRAITS AND PSYCHIATRISTS
Freud Museum London, 20 Maresfield Gardens, NW3 5SX
7 July 2010 - 22 August 2010
Patients, Portraits and Psychiatrists is a series of portraits of psychiatric patients and their doctors. The exhibition forms the culmination of a Wellcome Trust Arts Award winning collaboration between artist Gemma Anderson and forensic psychiatrist Dr Tim McInerny, and is touring various venues in summer 2010 following a launch in June at the Bethlem Archives.
Click here to visit the Freud Museum website.
PORTRAITS; PATIENTS AND PSYCHIATRISTS
Opening event: 19th May, 3 - 6pm
Bethlem Gallery, Bethlem Royal Hospital, Monks Orchard Road, Beckenham, BR3 3BX
On show in the Bethlem Gallery throughout May and June will be a series of portraits of psychiatric patients and their doctors. The exhibition forms the culmination of a Wellcome Trust Arts Award winning collaboration between artist Gemma Anderson and forensic psychiatrist Dr Tim McInerny.
Exhibition continues: 20th May - 18th June
Wednesday - Friday 11am - 6pm, including Saturday 5th June, 11am - 6pm
Travel: Nearest British Rail: Eden Park / East Croydon
Contact: Beth Elliott, Gallery Co-ordinator, 020 3228 4835 / 4101
FEATURED ARTIST - ARTS COUNCIL OF NORTHERN IRELAND
Gemma is a featured artist for the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
Click here to visit the Arts Council of Northern Ireland website.
JERWOOD FOUNDATION 2010 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Gemma is artist in residence with the Jerwood Foundation during 2010.
Click here to visit the Jerwood Visual Arts website.
ACME FIRESTATION RESIDENCY 2010-2015, SELECTED ARTIST
'Acme's work/live programme at the Fire Station is one of the most directly supportive schemes for artists in the United Kingdom, providing combined studio and living space'
Click here to visit the ACME Studios website.
THE IDENTITY PROJECT FROM WELLCOME TRUST
Gemma Andersons' Wellcome Trust Award "Portraits; Patients and Psychiatrists" is part of the Wellcome Trusts Identity Project
Click here to visit the IDENTIY RPOJECT website.
Open to the public first weekend of each month from 23 January 2010 to July 2011
East Wing Nine Collection, Courtauld Institute of Art, Strand, London
'East Wing Nine presents EXHIBITIONISM: The Art of Display. The exhibition features works by international artists in an eclectic mixture of media. Admission free and a fully illustrated catalogue will be available.'
NEW BLOG: "Portraits: Patients and Psychiatrists 2009/2010"
Follow the progress of Gemma Anderons' Wellcome Trust Arts Award project - through the blog, "Portraits: Patients and Psychiatrists 2009/2010".
SOLO SHOW: ARCHIPELAGO
1st May - 6 June 2009 (private show on 30th April, 6-9 PM)
Whitecross Gallery, 122 Whitecross Street, London
In her first solo exhibition at Whitecross Gallery, printmaker Gemma Anderson shows a diverse range of new work. In addition to her spectacular portraits for which she has become recognised, the exhibition will feature a series of new etchings completed during Gemma’s residency at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris.
'The work in question is archival since it not only draws on informal archives but produces them as well, and does so in a way that underscores the nature of all archival materials as found yet constructed, factual yet fictive, public yet private.'
(Hal Foster, An Archival Impulse)
2009 WELLCOME TRUST ARTS AWARD
Gemma's work has been selected for a 2009 Wellcome Trust Arts Award.
'[Wellcome Trust] Arts Awards support imaginative and experimental arts projects that investigate biomedical science. The scheme aims to stimulate interest, excitement and debate about biomedical science through the arts.'
Click here to visit the Wellcome Trust Arts Award website
30th Jan - 5th Mar 2009
Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast
…'isolation' — the feeling that you are all alone, that our not being understood… nobody understands, that you are outside of your society, you are without a connection, your social network has let you down
Click here to visit the exhibition web site.
FEATURE INTERVIEW WITH MOSS LINKAGE
8 December 2008
Centre Culturel de Irlandais, Paris
Gemma has been selected to work as CCI resident in 2009.
Click here to visit the CCI web site .
DRAWING EZO SHOW
5th - 18th Dec 2008
Nepenthes gallery, Sapporo, Japan
Click here to visit the Nepenthes gallery web site.
AN EXPERIMENT IN COLLABORATION
Gemma has been selected as one of the six selected artists for 'An Experiment in Collaboration' which forms part of the Jerwood Visual Arts series of exhibitions and initiatives to support and promote emerging talent.
CATLIN ART PRIZE 2008
22nd April 2008
St Lukes, Old Street, London
Gemma's work has been selected for this year's Catlin Art prize.
The Catlin Art Prize recognizes and represents the very best in high quality, visual art by artists with the capacity to make a significant mark in the art world over the next decade.
LONDON ORIGINAL PRINT FAIR 08
25th - 29th April
Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Burlington Gardens, London W1
In this year's London Original Print Fair, Gemma's work will be represented
by Royal College of Art Printmaking (Stand 40)
LONDON ART FAIR 08
16th January - 20th January
Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH
In this year's London Art Fair, Gemma's work will be represented
by Waterhouse and Dodd of Cork Street.
11th January - 9th February
Whitecross Gallery, 122 Whitecross Street, EC1Y 8PU, London
Whitecross gallery presents the work of Gemma Anderson and other Whitecross Artists
HOT OFF THE PRESS 08
10th - 26th January
Curwen & New Academy Gallery, 34 Windmill Street, London, W1T 2JR
An exhibition of the work of selected Printmaking Graduates from the London Schools
Gemma Anderson has been awarded with a Drawing Prize by the Major of Kensington and Chelsea and Cynthia Corbett for her work in the drawing show at City Inn.
POTATO IN BLOOM
20th October - 17th November
Whitecross Gallery, 122 Whitecross Street, EC1Y 8PU, London
Private view 19th October 6-9pm
Gemma Anderson will be exhibiting alongside artist Lia Anna Hennig
PAINTING AND DRAWING BY RECENT GRADUATES
8th October 2007- 12th January 2008
City Inn - Upstairs, Westminster, London
Private view 9th October, 6-8pm
Curated group show presented by corbettPROJECTS and City Inn
TAG FINE ARTS at ART LONDON
4th - 8th October
Royal Chelsea Hospital, SW3
In this year's Art London, Gemma's work will be represented
by Tag Fine Arts
POSTGRADUATE PRINTMAKING IN LONDON
1st October - 9th November
Clifford Chance LLP, 10 Upper Bank Street. Canary Wharf, E14 5JJ, London
Private view 8th October, 6-8pm
For the last 11 years, Frank/Hindley Art Consultants had the pleasure of selecting the best printmaking from Postgraduate exhibitions al London's art colleges for exhibition at Clifford Chance. Gemma's is one of this year's chosen artist .
6th - 13th October
27B Belfast Road, Stoke Newtington, N16 6UN
Private view 5th October from 7pm
Conventional processes - unexpected outcomes
4 female artist at 27B featuring: Gemma Anderson, Cordelia Cembrowicz, Charlotte Harris and Yasmin Inesson.
September 28th - October 7th
The Boys Hall, Dalston
Private View 28th September 6-9pm
RITUAL ABUSE will present 20 artists from four of London’s top art colleges: Goldsmiths, The Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins and The Royal Academy Schools. Curated by Harry Burden and jointly organized by the artists within the show. It includes work that combines a shared interest in themes relating to ritual, myth, symbolism, science and history. It will take place in a grand and previously unused space in East London, a large ex-Boy Scout hall in Dalston.
GREAT EXHIBITION, ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART
15th - 28th July
Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, SW7 2EU, London
Private View 14th July 6-9pm
At this exhibition, you will have the opportunity to see Gemma's latest work amongst her RCA colleagues from Printmaking and the rest of Fine Art and Applied Schools.
To celebrate this birthday in style, the RCA is holding an even more spectacular Summer Show than usual. In homage to the original Great Exhibition itself, the RCA has erected a huge, custom-designed tent in Kensington Gardens located near the site of the original exposition.
Across the road, the College galleries will be open as usual, meaning that for the first time in living memory we are showing the work of all our graduating students at the same time. Fine Art and Applied Art postgraduate students are exhibiting with Design, Architecture, Humanities, Communications and Fashion and Textiles – the art and design of the 21st century coming together in a radically contemporary take on the spirit of 1851.
Previous Shows have been described in the press as showcases for ‘the cream of young artists’ and a chance to ‘discover big names of the future’. With 385 students from over 36 countries and 20 courses exhibiting their work, this year promises no less.