Last Updated:June 12, 2016
Dates:Start: Friday 17 June, 2016
Finish: Friday 17 June, 2016
Alice Gale-Feeny: the conditions we’ve set up for ourselves
A sharing of work by Alice Gale-Feeny made during a residency with STORE
June 17th 7-10pm
Sign up on arrival for the following time slots: 7.15pm, 8pm, 8.45pm, 9.30pm.
Collective Temperance Hospital,
110 Hampstead Road
Started in 2014, the residency program run by STORE associates aims to provide exposure for artists and collectives early on in their careers. Each residency takes on a different form, with this year in particular, demanding an almost complete adjustment of what it means to be in-residence.
In response to her residency Alice Gale-Feeny takes the communal dinners / meetings of STORE as the material around which the work is made. In doing so, the resulting video installation becomes an acute investigation into the use of shared space, and the individual voices that temporarily populate it.
Alice Gale-Feeny (b. 1989) uses video, voice and collage. Her works are made using a form of appropriation, examining what exists ‘as it is’, and re-articulating this actuality via the subjective viewpoint of the individual. She gained her BA in Fine Art in 2012 at Nottingham Trent University. Current and forthcoming projects include: a solo exhibition at Nottingham Castle (October 2016 – January 2017), ‘Ground’, a co-curated project with Oliver Tirre, Turf Projects, Croydon, (June 11th – July 23rd, 2016), ‘Tunnel Vision’, a commission for Broadmarsh Bus Station, Nottingham (October 2016). Past solo projects include: ‘Close Attention’, Space One, Seoul, South Korea (2015) and ‘HairWashCarWash’, Two Queens, Leicester (2014). Other past projects include: The Drawing Board Residency, curated by Michael Pinchbeck, Primary, Nottingham (2015) and ’Playing with Space’, a touring screening curated by Lawrence Bradby, Live Art Development Agency, London, Firstsite, Colchester, Norwich Arts Centre, The Maltings and Newbridge Projects, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, (2015). Alice lives and works in Nottingham and is a member of One Thoresby Street studios.