Exhibition

Charlotte Bradley Residency

9 Dec 2016 – 26 Jan 2017

Event times

11 am - 4 pm
Wednesday - Sunday

Cost of entry

Free

Portsmouth, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • The Hard Interchange is is five minutes walk through Gunwharf Quays
  • Portsmouth Harbour Station is five minutes walk through Gunwharf Quays

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For Aspex’s first Platform Alumini residency opportunity, they welcome Charlotte Bradley a recent Fine Art Graduate of the University for the Creative Arts Farnham (UCA). She will be located in their new Artist’s Studio, a facility for researching ideas, experimentation and production of work.

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For Aspex’s first Platform Alumini residency opportunity, they welcome Charlotte Bradley a recent Fine Art Graduate of the University for the Creative Arts Farnham (UCA). She will be located in their new Artist’s Studio, a facility for researching ideas, experimentation and production of work.

In late 2016, Bradley took part in ‘Platform’, a group exhibition showcasing the compelling work of creative graduates from across the South of England.

For this region wide project Aspex selects artwork by two students studying Fine Art and Photography from The University of Portsmouth, The University of Creative Arts Farnham (UCA), The University of Chichester, Arts University Bournemouth (AUB), Southampton Solent and Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton).

Bradley’s selected screen based installation ‘Humiliation in St. Mary’s’ immersed the audience into a world she describes as a “conversation between the holy trinity of religion, sex and politics”.

She will be using her time within our studio to create new artwork in the form of installation and time based media to develop her artistic practice.

Bradley said:

“My residential practice would be dedicated to addressing the tension between spectacle, voyeur, and ‘the gaze’, illustrating this relationship through highly visual installations and physical conversations. Whether a TV suspended above an oil pit, an erotic video laid on a church altar table, or a wallpapered corridor of fake red leather, my work has started to expand beyond a purely digital format. I am therefore determined to use such a residency to push this curiosity to new levels.”

Use the hashtag #AspexArtist on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to keep up to date with Bradley’s progress. You can also visit Bradley’s website: charlottebradley.co.uk

 

Exhibiting artists

Charlotte Bradley

Taking part

Aspex

Portsmouth, United Kingdom

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