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Donald Rodney: Autoicon

Computer media relating to an individual, 2000
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 2000
Unpaginated.

image of Donald Rodney: Autoicon

AUTOICON (2000) [which takes the form of a CD-ROM] is a dynamic artwork that simulates both the physical presence and elements of the creative personality of the artist Donald Rodney who - after initiating the project - died from sickle-cell anaemia in March 1998. It builds on Donald Rodney’s artistic practice in his later years, when he increasingly began to delegate key roles in the organisation and production of his artwork.

Making reference to this working process, AUTOICON is developed by a close group of friends and artists (ironically described as “Donald Rodney plc“) who have acted as an advisory and editorial board in the artist’s absence, and who specified the rules by which the automated aspects of the project operate. This CD-ROM in parallel to the internet version (http//www.imiva.org/autoicon), is automated by programmed rule-sets and works to continually maintain creative output. Users will encounter a “live“ presence through a “body“ of data (which refers to the mass of medical data produced on the human body), be able to engage in simulated dialogue (derived from interviews and memories), and in turn affect an “auto-generative“ montage-machine that assembles images collected from the user’s hard-drive (rather like a sketchbook of ideas in flux). Through AUTOICON, participants can generate new work in the spirit of Donald’s art practice; as well as offer a challenge to and critique the idea of monolithic creativity. In this way, the project draws attention to current ideas around human-machine assemblages, dis-embodied exchange and deferred authorship - and raises timely questions over digital creativity, ethics and memorial.”

The autoicon website offers this supplementary information: “Donald Rodney made considerable use of imagery such as x-ray photography, blood samples, cellculture, and so on, to draw attention not only to his medical condition that was slowly corroding his body, but more importantly as a metaphor to represent the “disease“ of racism that lay at the core of society. More information on the work of Donald Rodney, can be found on the web site, www.iniva.org/autoicon/DR/

AUTOICON has been produced by STAR, Science Technology Arts Research, University of Plymouth (Geoff Cox, Angelika Koechert, Mike Phillips); inIVA, Institute of International Visual Arts (Gary Stewart); and Sidestream (Adrian Ward); with contributions from Eddie Chambers, Richard Hylton, Virginia Nimarkoh, Keith Piper, Diane Symons; and with support from ACE, Arts Council of England (New Media Fund). (Thanks also to Pete Everett and Elliot Lewis)
CD-ROM leaflet features images of two of Donald Rodney’s 1997 work. In the House of My Father and Psalms.

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»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

The Visible and the Invisible

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1996
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 1996
Unpaginated.

image of The Visible and the Invisible

Exhibition guide (fold out) for The Visible and the Invisible: re-presenting the body in contemporary art and society. A multi venue exhibition, which took place in and around the Euston area of London. 21/9/96 - 26/10/96. Curated by Zoé Shearman and Thomas Trevor, for inIVA. Featured a number of artists including Sutapa Biswas, Virginia Nimarkoh and Donald Rodney. Extracts from the exhibition brochure as follows:

The Visible and the Invisible forms a large-scale contemporary art initiative through a series of satellite exhibitions, installations and events occurring simultaneously in “non-art“ sites in the Euston area during the autumn, 1996. It combines new commissions and work not previously seen in the UK by fifteen international artists. Relating to an overall theme of “re-presenting the body“, each element of the project responds to a particular context in which it is seen. It presents a series of dialogues, contrasting the artist’s conception of the body against more generalised cultural representations, within distinct areas such as medicine, the sciences, architecture and different religious traditions. The Visible and the Invisible removes contemporary art from the traditional gallery setting to a more “real-life“ urban context. Engulfed by a daily deluge of commuters, Euston is an area very much in flux, with the imminent arrival of both the new British Library and the Channel Tunnel rail-link at St. Pancras likely to bring great changes in their wake.”

One side of guide features a detail of Donald Rodney Wound, 1996

Related people

»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Related exhibitions

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»  Euston Station

London, United Kingdom

»  Friends House

London, United Kingdom

»  St. Pancras Church

London, United Kingdom

»  University College London

London, United Kingdom

»  The Welcome Trust

London, United Kingdom

Donald Rodney | Autoicon

Exhibition guide relating to an individual, 2000
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 2000
Unpaginated.

image of Donald Rodney | Autoicon

Announcement and details about AUTOICON (2000) [which takes the form of a CD-ROM and also a web site. This announcement relates to the latter] Consists of a specially printed envelope, the reverse of which contains an invitation to the launch of www.iniva.org/autoicon. Contents of the envelope are a summary of the project and information about navigating the web site.

Details as follows: “AUTOICON is a dynamic internet work that simulates both the physical presence and elements of the creative personality of the artist Donald Rodney who - after initiating the project - died from sickle-cell anaemia in March 1998. The project builds on Donald Rodney’s artistic practice in his later years, when he increasingly began to delegate key roles in the organisation and production of his artwork. Making reference to this working process, AUTOICON is developed by a close group of friends and artists (ironically described as “Donald Rodney plc“) who have acted as an advisory and editorial board in the artist’s absence, and who specified the rules by which the automated aspects of the project operate. AUTOICON is automated by programmed rule-sets and works to continually maintain creative output. Visitors to the site will encounter a “live“ presence through a “body“ of data (which refers to the mass of medical data produced on the human body), be able to engage in simulated dialogue (derived from interviews and memories), and in turn affect an “auto-generative“ montage-machine that assembles images collected from the user’s hard-drive (rather like a sketchbook of ideas in flux). Through AUTOICON, participants generate new work in the spirit of Donald’s art practice; as well as offer a challenge [to] and critique the idea of monolithic creativity. In this way, the project draws attention to current ideas around human-machine assemblages, dis-embodied exchange and deferred authorship - and raises timely questions over digital creativity, ethics and memorial.”

Donald Rodney made considerable use of imagery such as x-ray photography, blood samples, cellculture, and so on, to draw attention not only to his medical condition that was slowly corroding his body, but more importantly as a metaphor to represent the “disease“ of racism that lay at the core of society.

The project is realised by Eddie Chambers, Geoff Cox, Richard Hylton, Virginia Nimarkoh, Mike Phillips, Keith Piper, Gary Stewart, Diane Symons and Sidestream.
AUTOICON is produced by the inistitute of International Visual Arts (inIVA) STAR (Science Technology Arts Research, University of Plymouth) with support from the Arts Council of England. Package also features transparent image relating to Donald Rodney’s work.

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»  Richard Hylton

Born, 1967 in England

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»  Euston Station

London, United Kingdom

»  Friends House

London, United Kingdom

»  St. Pancras Church

London, United Kingdom

»  University College London

London, United Kingdom

»  The Welcome Trust

London, United Kingdom

Sonia Boyce | Speaking in Tongues

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1997
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 1997
ISBN: 0-947753-09-5
Unpaginated.

image of Sonia Boyce | Speaking in Tongues

Important colour monograph produced by inIVA/Arts Council England, summarising Boyce’s practice from the esarly 1980s to the mid 1990s.

Title: Sonia Boyce : Speaking in Tongues - Gilane Tawadros

First published by KALA PRESS, 1997 © 1997, Sonia Boyce, Gilane Tawadros and Kala Press. This book was published under the Arts Council of England’s Publishing Franchise for INIVA. Designed by Herman Lelie, printed in Italy. Photographs courtesy of the artist- Front cover: Plated Hair (detail) 1995 Back cover: Three Legs of Tights Stuffed With Hair, 1995

Contents: Objects of Desire - 7; Nation and Narration - 29; Modern Living - 55; Biography - 93

Description of the book from the SPD Books website: “This monograph traces Sonia Boyce’s trajectory from early graphic work to her recent mixed-media pieces which draw on elements of British popular culture and cinema to address society’s positioning of individuals in terms of race, class and gender. Unquestionably serious and with an unquestionable sense of humor, Boyce’s work, ranging from photography to painting and installations, is here widely represented, and well-complemented by three intelligent essays by Gilane Tawadros, a biography of the artist, and, alongside the essays, excellently chosen excerpts from Boyce’s working diaries. Tawadros’ essays address cultural, racial, gender and visual/art historical issues raised over the trajectory of Boyce’s artistic development, using such theorists as Homi Bhabha, Frantz Fanon, Italo Calvino, and Stuart Hall to contextualize the artist’s magnificent and provocative work.”

Related people

»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

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»  Euston Station

London, United Kingdom

»  Friends House

London, United Kingdom

»  St. Pancras Church

London, United Kingdom

»  University College London

London, United Kingdom

»  The Welcome Trust

London, United Kingdom

Site Agenda 05/04 - 12/04

Brochure relating to an exhibition, 2004
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 2004
Unpaginated.

image of Site Agenda 05/04 - 12/04

A2 full colour double sided printed poster - fold out/down to A5/listings information of upcoming events and facilities provided/ produced by the organisation

Title: Institute of International Visual Arts: Site Agenda - 05/04 - 12/04. Worlds of Difference 1994 - 2004
Front cover contains a still image of Sutapa Biswas, Birdsong, 2004.

In the listings infomation it details the touring exhibition Birdsong with the dates for the tour and the following text: “The exhibition Birdsong, comprising the films Birdsong and Magnesium Bird , and twenty of Biswas’s drawings will tour initially to Angel Row, Nottingham. The films will also be shown over two venues at Leeds City Art Gallery and Harewood House, Leeds simultaneously. Leeds City Art Gallery will show the two screen projection Birdsong; Harewood House will show Magnesium Bird, filmed earlier on in the year in the 18-century walled garden of this classical country house, alongside bird watercolours by JMW Turner, on special loan from Leeds City Art Gallery. The exhibition Birdsong shows in the US at the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland, Oregon from September 2005 and is available to tour from December 2004 until August 2005.“

Related people

»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

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»  Angel Row Gallery

Nottingham, United Kingdom

»  Cafe Gallery Projects

London, United Kingdom

»  Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery

Portland, Oregon, United States of America

»  Harewood House

Leeds, United Kingdom

»  Leeds City Art Gallery, The Headrow

Leeds, United Kingdom

Hew Locke | The Kingdom of the Blind - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 2008
Unpaginated.

image of Hew Locke | The Kingdom of the Blind - invite

A5 landscape/Full colour image gloss print on board with gold embossed text on yellow background/Invitation to Private view/Produced by the institution to accompany an exhibition.

Title: The Kingdom of the Blind
Artist: Hew Locke
Private view: 2 September 2008, 6.30 - 8.30pm, Exhibition dates : 3 September - 20 October 2008. Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts), Rivington Place, London

Cover image : Hew Locke, The Kingdom of the Blind, work in progress, 2008 - photograph: Roberto Rubalcava. Text reads: “Iniva is delighted to invite you to celebrate the opening of Hew Locke’s major new installation at Rivington Place.”


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»  Hew Locke

Born, 1959 in Edinburgh

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Hew Locke | The Kingdom of the Blind - announcement

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 2008
Unpaginated.

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A5 full colour semi gloss print on thin card/Text and image on one side/Invitation produced by the institution to accompany an exhibition

Title: The Kingdom of the Blind
Artist: Hew Locke
Dates: 3 September - 20 October 2008

Image: Hew Locke, The Kingdom of the Blind, work in progress, 2008 - photograph by Roberto Rubalcava. Text reads: “A major new installation of monumental figures exploring the visual language of social and political power.”

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»  Hew Locke

Born, 1959 in Edinburgh

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Seasons greetings from inIVA

Announcement relating to a gallery
Published by: inIVA
Unpaginated.

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A5 landscape fold out greetings card/full colour image on front, text on the inside/seasonal greetings card produced by the institution.

Cover image: Lubaina Himid, Scenes from the Life of Toussaint L“Ouverture, 1987 (watercolour and pencil on paper, 15 sheets) There is a short explanatory text: “This image is one of a series depicting scenes from the life of Toussaint L“Ouverture, the eighteenth century Haitian military commander and revolutionary.”
Inside panel text reads as follows: “Season’s greetings from all the staff at the Institute of International Visual Arts.”

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»  Lubaina Himid MBE

Born, 1954 in Zanzibar, Tanzania

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Mary Evans | Filter

Solo show at Leighton House Museum 1997
Date: 13 October, 1997 until 15 November, 1997
Curator: Julia Findlater / Gilane Tawadros
Organiser: inIVA

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1997

People in this exhibition

»  Mary Evans

Born, 1963 in Nigeria

Exhibition venues

»  Leighton House Museum

London, United Kingdom

Hew Locke | The Kingdom of the Blind

Solo show at Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts). 2008
Date: 3 September, 2008 until 20 October, 2008
Organiser: inIVA

This exhibition is described by the organising institution as; “A major new installation of monumental figures exploring the visual language of social and political power.”

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

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»  Hew Locke | The Kingdom of the Blind - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

People in this exhibition

»  Hew Locke

Born, 1959 in Edinburgh

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Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

Solo show at Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts). 2008
Date: 30 October, 2008 until 29 November, 2008
Curator: Keith Piper
Organiser: inIVA

Retrospective exhibition showcasing key works from Donald Rodney’s career. Link to a more in depth description: www.iniva.org/exhibitions_projects/2008/in_retrospect/introduction_to_exhibition

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

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»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - exhibition guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 2008

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»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

People in this exhibition

»  John Akomfrah OBE

Born, 1957 in Accra, Ghana

»  Keith Piper

Born, 1960 in Malta

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

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The Visible and the Invisible

Group show at St. Pancras Church, The Welcome Trust, University College London, Friends House, Euston Station. 1996
Date: 21 September, 1996 until 26 October, 1996
Curator: Zoé Shearman and Thomas Trevor
Organiser: inIVA

The Visible and the Invisible: re-presenting the body in contemporary art and society. A multi venue exhibition, which took place in and around the Euston area of London. 21/9/96 - 26/10/96. Curated by Zoé Shearman and Thomas Trevor, for inIVA. Featured a number of artists including Sutapa Biswas, Virginia Nimarkoh and Donald Rodney.

Extracts from the exhibition brochure as follows: “The Visible and the Invisible forms a large-scale contemporary art initiative through a series of satellite exhibitions, installations and events occurring simultaneously in “non-art’ sites in the Euston area during the autumn, 1996. It combines new commissions and work not previously seen in the UK by fifteen international artists. Relating to an overall theme of “re-presenting the body’, each element of the project responds to a particular context in which it is seen. It presents a series of dialogues, contrasting the artist’s conception of the body against more generalised cultural representations, within distinct areas such as medicine, the sciences, architecture and different religious traditions. The Visible and the Invisible removes contemporary art from the traditional gallery setting to a more “real-life’ urban context. Engulfed by a daily deluge of commuters, Euston is an area very much in flux, with the imminent arrival of both the new British Library and the Channel Tunnel rail-link at St. Pancras likely to bring great changes in their wake.”

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Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1996

People in this exhibition

»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Exhibition venues

»  Euston Station

London, United Kingdom

»  Friends House

London, United Kingdom

»  St. Pancras Church

London, United Kingdom

»  University College London

London, United Kingdom

»  The Welcome Trust

London, United Kingdom

Donald Rodney death/funeral announcement (inIVA)

Letter relating to an individual, 1998
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 1998
Unpaginated.

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Letter issued by inIVA dated 12 March 1998, announcing the death of Donald Rodney, followed by Funeral details and other information.

Related people

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Exhibition venues

»  Euston Station

London, United Kingdom

»  Friends House

London, United Kingdom

»  St. Pancras Church

London, United Kingdom

»  University College London

London, United Kingdom

»  The Welcome Trust

London, United Kingdom

Aubrey Williams - Whitechapel 1998 catalogue

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1998
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 1998
Number of pages: 110
ISBN: 1 899846 17 4

image of Aubrey Williams - Whitechapel 1998 catalogue

One of the most substantial publications of Aubrey Williams’ work produced during his lifetime was Guyana Dreaming, a collection of extracts, short texts and images, all relating to Williams’ work, assembled by Anne Walmsley. Williams himself died just at the time that Guyana Dreaming was produced. Since Williams’ death, critical appreciation and general interest in his work has escalated markedly. The major retrospective of his work, curated by Andrew Dempsey, organised by inIVA and held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, 12 June - 16 August 1998, was perhaps the first evidence of the substantial posthumous attention being paid to Williams. This attention included this substantial, detailed and comprehensive catalogue, which offered an authoritative overview of Williams’ work, life, and career.

The catalogue is extensively, exhaustively illutrated with reproductions of Williams work, spanning all periods of his career, as well as numerous archival photographs of Williams life and career.

Catalogue contents as follows:

7. Preface, Gilane Tawadros, Director, inIVA and Catherine Lampert, Director, Whitechapel Art Gallery

9. Curator’s Foreword, Andrew Dempsey

22. A Tragic Excitement, Guy Brett

36. Aubrey Williams in Guyana, Denis Williams

46. The Symphonies and Quartets of Dmitri Shostakovich - Paintings, Aubrey Williams

55. The Olmec-Maya and Now, Aubrey Williams

62. Bird Paintings, Aubrey Williams

64. Chronology, Anne Walmsley

102. Exhibitions, Commissions and Collections

106. Bibliography

The publication featured contributions by several longtime advocates and scholars of Williams, including Guy Brett and Dr. Anne Walmsley, both of whom had been supporters of Williams over many years.

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»  Guy Brett

»  Gilane Tawadros

Born, 1959

»  Denis Williams

Born, 1923 in Guyana. Died, 1998

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»  Whitechapel Art Gallery

London, United Kingdom

Aubrey Williams “The Cosmos Series” 1996, Seminar schedule

Announcement relating to a conference, 1996
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 1996
Unpaginated.

image of Aubrey Williams “The Cosmos Series” 1996, Seminar schedule

Schedule for a seminar, organised by inIVA, to coincide with a showing of “The Cosmos Series” of paintings by Aubrey Williams. The seminar was held on Friday 19 January 1996, 2:00 - 6:00pm, at The October Gallery. It featured contributions by Professor Stuart Hall, Dr. Anne Walmsley, Rasheed Araeen, and Wilson Harris, plus a screening of Imruh Caesar’s film, The Mark of the Hand.

“To coincide with the exhibition The Cosmos Series at the October Gallery, the Institute of International Visual Arts will be holding a half-day seminar which will examine and discuss Aubrey Williams’ unique contribution to Caribbean art and to British painting of the post war period.”|

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»  Imruh Caesar

Born in St Kitts, date unknown

»  Stuart Hall, Professor

Born, 1932 in Jamaica. Died, 2014

»  Wilson Harris, Sir

Born, 1921 in Guyana

»  Aubrey Williams

Born, 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Died, 1990

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»  Whitechapel Art Gallery

London, United Kingdom

Sonia Boyce | Peep - private view card

Announcement relating to an exhibition, 1995
Published by: inIVA
Year published: 1995
Unpaginated.

image of Sonia Boyce | Peep - private view card

Private view card for Sonia Boyce’s solo exhibition at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Peep. The private view took place on Friday 28th April 1995, 7.30 - 9.00pm. Peep was an “exhibition organised by the Institute of international Visual Arts in collaboration with Brighton Museum and Art Gallery”. The exhibition’s dates were 29 April - 1 August 1995. The image on the card was not credited.

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»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

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»  The Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums

Brighton, United Kingdom

Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead

Solo show at Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts). 2012
Date: 13 September, 2012 until 24 November, 2012
Curator: Tessa Jackson and Grant Watson
Organiser: INIVA

Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead was a solo exhibition “featuring newly commissioned works” by London-based artist Kimathi Donkor. It took place at INIVA, the Institute of International Visual Arts, London, 13 September - 24 November 2012. The exhibition was curated by Tessa Jackson and Grant Watson.

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 2012

People in this exhibition

»  Kimathi Donkor

Born, 1965 in Bournemouth, England

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Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead Preview card

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2012
Published by: INIVA
Year published: 2012
Unpaginated.

image of Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead Preview card

Preview card for Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead, a solo exhibition “featuring newly commissioned works” by London-based artist Kimathi Donkor. The exhibition took place at INIVA, the Institute of International Visual Arts, London, 13 September - 24 November 2012. The exhibition was curated by Tessa Jackson and Grant Watson. The card featured a painting titled When Shall We 3? (Scenes from the life of Njinga Mbandi), 2010, oil on linen, 160 x 105 cm. The reverse of the card contained information relevant to the exhibition and its opening event, scheduled for Wednesday 12 September 2012, 6:30 - 8:30pm.

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»  Kimathi Donkor

Born, 1965 in Bournemouth, England

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Scat - Sonia Boyce: Sound and Collaboration

Solo show at Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts). 2013
Date: 5 June, 2013 until 27 July, 2013
Curator: Iniva
Organiser: Iniva

Sonia Boyce’s Scat was “Presented across the public spaces of Rivington Place, Scat explores how we experience sound, collectively and intimately

From the press release, “Scat, presented by Iniva, brings together two immersive video works for the first time with The Devotional Collection, Boyce’s archive and collective memorialisation of black British women in the music industry. As a result, the exhibition places a spotlight on her interest in the archive as arts practice. ‘Just the very act of putting something in an archive suggests its future use is beyond the control of the past. But we don’t have to settle for the past as it is presented. The past is not fixed’.

Scat was curated by Inviva - Tessa Jackson, Teresa Cisneros and Sonia Hope, and ran from 5 June - 27 July 2013.


 

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Preview relating to an exhibition, 2013

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»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

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Scat - preview card

Preview relating to an exhibition, 2013
Published by: iniva
Year published: 2013
Unpaginated.

image of Scat - preview card

Landscape format Preview card for Scat - Sonia Boyce: Sound and Collaboration, held at iniva, Rivington Place, 5 June - 27 July 2013, and was “Presented across the public spaces of Rivington Place”.

The Preview took place Tuesday 4 June 2013, 6:30 - 8:30pm.

The card stated that “Scat explores how we experience sound, collectively and intimately”

The cover image featured The Devotional Wallpaper (detail) 2008, unlimited edition digital print, courtesy the artist.

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»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

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inIVA Christmas card (Gavin Jantjes image) 1994

Announcement relating to an individual
Published by: inIVA
Unpaginated.

image of inIVA Christmas card (Gavin Jantjes image) 1994

Very attractive Christmas card produced by inIVA - the Institute of International Visual Arts, in November 1994. The card featured an untitled painting (from the Arts Council Collection, South Bank Centre, London) by Gavin Jantjes, from 1989 and included in The Other Story exhibition. Details were given as sand, tissue paper and acrlic on canvas 200 x 300 cm. The card was signed by several of inIVA’s staff, including Gilane tawadros and Victoria Clarke. The card came with a note as follows: “This card is the first in a series which will be produced by the Institute of International Visual Arts (inIVA) promting the work of British artists from a plurality of cultures.”

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»  Gavin Jantjes

Born, 1948 in Cape Town, South Africa

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