Dorine van Meel: In Conversation

3 Jun 2015

Regular hours

10:00 – 21:00

Cost of entry

£5/£3 conc, Booking Essential

South London Gallery

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • 36,436
  • Oval, Vauxhall

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Artist Dorine van Meel is joined in conversation with writer, artist and independent film programmer Lucy Reynolds.


Van Meel discusses her practice and solo exhibition, Between the Dog and the Wolf, at the South London Gallery, on view in the first floor galleries from 15 Apr - 14 Jun.

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Dorine van Meel (b. 1984, NL) completed her MFA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College in 2014 and is the fourth recipient of the Nina Stewart Residency at the South London Gallery.Selected exhibitions include; a duo exhibition at Kunstraum, London (forthcoming); The Things We Talked About, group exhibition at St PAUL St Gallery, Auckland (11 June - 17 July, 2015); Wilderness, group exhibition at New Shelter Plan, Copenhagen (17 April - 23 May, 2015); …instead to meet strangers who might change our minds, solo exhibition at the Swiss Church, London (2014); A Space of No Exception, group exhibition at Sokol Space, Moscow (2014). Van Meel has curated the group exhibition Luminous Flux at Arti et Amicitiae in Amsterdam (2014) and is the initiator ofDoes Not Equal, a collaborative project on the creative potential and ongoing concerns of feminism at W139 in Amsterdam (13 March - 12 April, 2015).

Lucy Reynolds has lectured and published extensively, most particularly focused on questions of the moving image, feminism, political space and collective practice. She runs the MRES: Art: Moving Image, a research based MA devoted to the study of artists moving image at Central St Martins, in association with LUX. Recent projects include Winter Garden, a curated exhibition of performance, installations, writings and screenings at Flat Time House, London, and A Feminist Chorus, a collaborative sound work at the Glasgow International Festival in association with MAP and the Glasgow Women's Library.

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