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Exhibitions

UPCOMING

Group show [working title: Esparto] | 2018
Yamandú Canosa, Luce Choules, Gonzaga Gómez-Cortázar Romero and E. Jackson, with curator Alex Coll Boy
Museu Molí Paperer de Capellades, Pau Casals 10, 08786 Capellades, Barcelona, Spain.
More details in 2017

Group show Rabbit Island 2016 Residency Exhibition | 25.09.17 – 12.11.17
Walter van Broekhuizen, Luce Choules, Frank Daniel Rzicznek, and collective Jack Forinash, Kelly Gregory, and Mary Rothlisberger.
DeVos Art Museum, North Michigan University (NMU), Michigan, USA.

 

PAST

Group show The Alternative Document | 13.02.16 – 11.03.16
Bartram O’Neill, David Brazier & Kelda Free, Hector Canonge, Rachel Cherry, Luce Choules, Emma Cocker & Clare Thornton, Kate Corder, Tim Etchells, Chris Green & Katheryn Owen, Jordan McKenzie, Andy Pepper, and Louise K Wilson.
Project Space Plus, Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, University of Lincoln, UK.
As part of The Alternative Document symposium and publication.
Seam – a scripted large-scale fragmented photographic installation (conceived as an exhibition event), and performance documents (film and map).

Group show Bideford Black – The New Generation | 03.10.15 – 13.11.15
Tabatha Andrews, ATOI, Luce Choules, Corinne Felgate, Neville & Joan Gabie, Littlewhitehead, Lizzie Ridout, Sam Treadaway, and film-maker Liberty Smith.
Burton Art Gallery, Devon, UK, with Carolyn Black of Flow Contemporary Arts and Claire Gulliver.
Seam – a scripted large-scale fragmented photographic installation (conceived as an exhibition event), and performance documents (film and map).

Group show Artists’ Book Market | 05 & 06.12.14
Baltic, Newcastle, UK.
Various photographic publications – including Confluences, TideSourceEver Present, In Search of Flora, Lac Blanc 2352m and Terreno.
In association with North East Photography Network, UK.

Group show Framing a Thought | 18 & 19.10.14
ArtWorks Gallery, Cambridge, UK.
In Search of Flora – large-format printed map, unfolded and pinned direct to the wall, surveying seasonal change and precarious existence on The Strand in London, as part of the Strandlines’ Artist Cabinet residency with the Centre for Life-Writing Research at King’s College London, UK.
Mini-festival also includes readings by poets Michael Bayley and Kaddy Benyon.

Group show The Walking Encyclopaedia | 07.02.14 – 15.03.14
AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
Various publications – including Tide, Source and Terreno.
Exhibition also included Tim Knowles’ solo show Paths of Variable Resistance.

Group show Regards sur l’Adventure | 15–20.07.13
Chamonix Adventure Festival, Majestic Congrès, Chamonix Mont-Blanc, Haute-Savoie, France.
Lac Blanc 2352m – large-format printed map, unfolded and pinned to exhibition board, charting a 42-minute performance in a glacial lake in Les Aiguilles Rouges, France.

Solo show Stream | 26.04.13 – 31.05.13
Footprint Gallery, Jackfield Tile Museum, Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Shropshire, UK.
Curated with Dr. Matt Thompson (Senior Curator, IGMT) and Tamsin Rowe (Curator IGMT)
Stream – ten double-faced folio works showing surface details of Bedlam Furnace, a museum display cabinet containing collected objects (past and present), five photographic images of rocks from the George Maw Geology Collection plus one image of the countryside from Benthall Hall, four wall mounted photographic maps showing details observed in Patten’s Rock Quarry, and a small square of drawings on 25 unglazed tiles. Also, exhibition catalogues containing 41 images litho-printed single-sided in map format displayed folded to the side of a wall-mounted poster version attached with map pins. In addition, three blackboard maps and two large-scale drawing sheets showing notation from staff and public workshops, and a giant mapping display of photographic images showing experimental fieldwork with the volunteer archaeology group. A total of 1,000 publications were produced for this partnership.

Two-person show Tide / Colour Mining Blue | 23 & 24.06.12
Luce Choules, Lucy Steggals
Ground Floor Left Gallery, Hackney, London, UK.
Tide – a table with a line of 29 stones running from corner to opposite corner,  three pairs of stones and a small printed ‘Iron Wharf Tide Tables 2012’ booklet, four wall-mounted photographic images showing marshland and water along the Saxon Shore Way, a large projection of three field study films running on a loop, an OS map showing Faversham Creek with hand-written notation and (beside it) a wall-mounted poster version of the publication, both attached with map pins displayed side by side. Also, exhibition catalogues containing 28 images litho-printed single-sided in map format displayed on a table.

Solo show Tide | 16–18.03.12
Creek Creative, Faversham, UK.
Tide – four wall mounted photographic images showing marshland and water along the Saxon Shore Way, a mounted flag with flagpole, a large projection of three field study films running on a loop, and an OS map showing Faversham Creek with numbered map pins. Also, exhibition catalogues containing 28 images litho-printed single-sided in map format displayed folded below a wall-mounted poster version attached with map pins. In addition, a giant archival paper map with a pen drawing of Faversham Creek and mounted photographs, and a display of photographic images showing workshop activities and a study trip to the National Maritime Museum and National Portrait Gallery, and a captioned display of kit used by cadets. In TS Hazard, the cadets made a display of boats, flags, musical instruments and camping equipment. A total of 1,000 publications were produced for this partnership.

Group show Territoires Émergents / Emerging Territories | 24.10.09 – 30.12.09
Luce Choules, Victor Costales & Julia Rometti, Virginie Laurent, Anna Katharina Scheidegger
Entrevue – le cycle des conférences: Christian Caujolle, Hannah Collins, Édith Roux
Centre Régional de la Photographie Nord Pas-de-Calais, Douchy-les-Mines, France.
Confluences – two images digitally printed on archival paper and attached to the wall with map pins in each corner, and exhibition catalogues containing 55 images litho-printed single-sided in map format displayed folded on shelf below. A total of 2,100 publications were produced for this partnership – 1,000 copies were widely distributed (including being freely given to visitors of the exhibition) by the Regional Photography Centre gallery, 1,000 copies were produced for this partnership.

Group show Journeys | Spring term 2006
University of Brighton Gallery Foyer, Brighton, UK.
Curated by Dea Birkett, Royal Literary Fund Fellow (2005-7), University of Brighton.
Mappa – a selection of large-format, hand-drawn and litho-printed maps in two large free-standing display units. A red tape line connects one case to another, much like a journey described on 19th century explorer maps.

Solo show Orientation | 02–30.10.06
Brighton Photo Fringe, Open Spaces, Brighton, UK.
Orientation – eight single images on photographic paper arranged as groups in floating frames, two large prints also MDF-mounted for window display.

Group show 6×4 | 17–24.09.05
University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton, UK.
Ken360 – large-format litho-printed double-sided photographic map on large custom-built display unit, plus one plinth containing folded versions of the opened map and one plinth showing a blank map, with litho-printed leaflets about the project.

Group show You Never Know When You Might Need Them… | 10.12.04 – 22.01.05
University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton, UK.
Kit – two projects shown together containing four aluminum mounted prints on photographic paper, two IGN maps and three Michelin maps marked with journey details, one display case containing selected items of kit used on each trip highlighted, a large collection of gear tags and collected ephemera, with small leaflets digitally printed showing 36 other single images from the journeys. “An exhibition of collected objects, gathered for inspiration, information and creative practice [from] a group of around twenty artists, designers and teachers.”