Exploring these ideas of land, site, duration and re-presentation, the exhibition comprises works by three artists—Annabel Nicolson, Carlyle Reedy and Marie Yates —who were vital in the development of key movements within the avant-garde in London from the 1960/70s.
Field Work relates to the concepts of this exhibition by tuning in to the ephemera, phenomena and encounters of site. Acoustical diversions and gravitations are amplified in Annabel Nicolson’s expanded film performance, Piano Film, tested in Holly Antrum’s open form film work, processed byLucy Parker and traced in Jenny Okun’s journeys through a landscape. Their work will be in dialogue with other films, performances and voices.
Holly Antrum and Lucy Parker are creating new works specifically for this event, in response to the 16mm films by Annabel Nicolson and Jenny Okun.
This event has been programmed by Lucy Reynolds in association with CHELSEA space and supported by Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon (CCW) Graduate School partnership with the ICA.