Documents, Alternatives #1

Other


Bartram, Angela 2017. Documents, Alternatives #1. Airspace Gallery, Stoke on Trent.
AuthorsBartram, Angela
Abstract

‘Documents, Alternatives #1’ is an exhibition presenting works by 15 internationally exhibited artists and artist collaborations. Built upon a series of time-based works that rely on performative process and created experience, the project 'Documents, Alternatives,' which comprises linked exhibitions (of which this is number 1), symposium and text, aims to resolve this issue by making the document and artwork reflexive. In doing this it acknowledges their need for change, so that they remain continuous and in process, through staging a practical and thought provoking visual discussion. Positioned to operate at the intersection of artistic and academic domains, the project is as creatively stimulating and progressively invigorating as theoretically interrogatory and analytical. This is an experimental, discursive curatorial strategy whereby the document becomes a new artwork and the artwork becomes a new document to keep the ephemeral evolving and in transition. ‘Documents, Alternatives #1’ and the project to which it belongs, are in response to, and as a continuation from the pilot exhibition that curated a selection of international artists’ work to demonstrate the ways in which ephemeral practice can be renewed through re-staging the document as new artwork. It is a re-drafting, re-configuration, re-grouping and re-working of this pilot, ‘The Alternative Document’ at Project Space Plus in Lincoln (13th February - 11th March 2016), and as such it continues the conversation and the lifespan of these works and their relation to others with the exhibition. The project and 'Documents Alternatives #1' are led and curated by Angela Bartram. Includes work by: Angela Bartram, Andrew Bracey, Brazier and Free, Luce Choules, Emma Cocker and Clare Thornton, Kate Corder, Steve Dutton, Tim Etchells, Rochelle Haley, Morrad + McArthur, Andrew Pepper, Louise K. Wilson. The exhibition was accompanied by an artist's talk at Staffordshire University in association with Airspace Gallery as part of Airspace Curriculum on 23 November 2017, and Bartram was commissioned for the window exhibition space, where a new video artwork 'Santa Dogs' showed throughout the duration of 'Documents, Alternatives #1.'

‘Documents, Alternatives #1’ is an exhibition presenting works by 15 internationally exhibited artists and artist collaborations. Built upon a series of time-based works that rely on performative process and created experience, the project 'Documents, Alternatives,' which comprises linked exhibitions (of which this is number 1), symposium and text, aims to resolve this issue by making the document and artwork reflexive. In doing this it acknowledges their need for change, so that they remain continuous and in process, through staging a practical and thought provoking visual discussion. Positioned to operate at the intersection of artistic and academic domains, the project is as creatively stimulating and progressively invigorating as theoretically interrogatory and analytical. This is an experimental, discursive curatorial strategy whereby the document becomes a new artwork and the artwork becomes a new document to keep the ephemeral evolving and in transition. ‘Documents, Alternatives #1’ and the project to which it belongs, are in response to, and as a continuation from the pilot exhibition that curated a selection of international artists’ work to demonstrate the ways in which ephemeral practice can be renewed through re-staging the document as new artwork. It is a re-drafting, re-configuration, re-grouping and re-working of this pilot, ‘The Alternative Document’ at Project Space Plus in Lincoln (13th February - 11th March 2016), and as such it continues the conversation and the lifespan of these works and their relation to others with the exhibition. The project and 'Documents Alternatives #1' are led and curated by Angela Bartram. Includes work by: Angela Bartram, Andrew Bracey, Brazier and Free, Luce Choules, Emma Cocker and Clare Thornton, Kate Corder, Steve Dutton, Tim Etchells, Rochelle Haley, Morrad + McArthur, Andrew Pepper, Louise K. Wilson. The exhibition was accompanied by an artist's talk at Staffordshire University in association with Airspace Gallery as part of Airspace Curriculum on 23 November 2017, and Bartram was commissioned for the window exhibition space, where a new video artwork 'Santa Dogs' showed throughout the duration of 'Documents, Alternatives #1.'

KeywordsDocuments; Alternative documents; Transient artworks; Ephemeral
Year2017
PublisherAirspace Gallery, Stoke on Trent
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/623095
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/
hdl:10545/623095
File
File Access Level
Open
File
File Access Level
Open
File
File Access Level
Open
File
File Access Level
Open
File
File Access Level
Open
File
File Access Level
Open
Publication datesNov 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited31 Oct 2018, 15:57
ContributorsUniversity of Derby
Permalink -

https://repository.derby.ac.uk/item/94241/documents-alternatives-1

Download files


File
license.txt
File access level: Open

license_url
File access level: Open

Airspace Curriculum.jpg
File access level: Open

docalt press.pdf
File access level: Open

Staffs talk.jpg
File access level: Open

  • 17
    total views
  • 8
    total downloads
  • 2
    views this month
  • 4
    downloads this month

Export as

Related outputs

Process, Inviting Failure and Committing to the Moment
Bartram, A. 2022. Process, Inviting Failure and Committing to the Moment .
Liveness: Creative work and presence in physical and digital spaces
Bartram, A. 2022. Liveness: Creative work and presence in physical and digital spaces.
Draw | Breath | Animal
Bartram, Angela and Deigaard, Lee 2021. Draw | Breath | Animal.
El deseo de una conexión con otros. Aprendiendo de y con los perros mediante la investigación artística
Bartram, Angela 2021. El deseo de una conexión con otros. Aprendiendo de y con los perros mediante la investigación artística. Tabula Rasa. https://doi.org/10.25058/20112742.n40.09
Desiring a Connection with Others: Learning from and with dogs through artistic research
Bartram, Angela 2021. Desiring a Connection with Others: Learning from and with dogs through artistic research. Tabula Rasa. https://doi.org/10.25058/20112742.n40.09
A Woman's World
Bartram, Angela and Parker, Christine 2021. A Woman's World.
All the Small Things exhibition
Bartram, Angela 2021. All the Small Things exhibition.
Reflections in Anticipation of Loss
Bartram, Angela 2021. Reflections in Anticipation of Loss.
Be Your Dog (re-worked) at Mink Festival: A Zoo of the Pandemic
Bartram, Angela 2021. Be Your Dog (re-worked) at Mink Festival: A Zoo of the Pandemic. Mink Festival.
ANTONYM: Life With and Without Animals: an online exhibition
Bartram, Angela and Baker, Steve 2020. ANTONYM: Life With and Without Animals: an online exhibition.
Life with and without animals: the second (Un)common worlds conference
Bartram, Angela and Baker, Steve 2020. Life with and without animals: the second (Un)common worlds conference. University of Derby.
The Beginning of Process: 1 of 366 prints taken from the same plate and The End of Process: 366 of 366 prints taken from the same plate
Bartram, Angela 2021. The Beginning of Process: 1 of 366 prints taken from the same plate and The End of Process: 366 of 366 prints taken from the same plate.
Documents, Alternatives #4
Bartram, Angela 2020. Documents, Alternatives #4.
Feature: Angela Bartram - 366:366 (eventually; animated; finally), 2016-2020
Bartram, Angela 2020. Feature: Angela Bartram - 366:366 (eventually; animated; finally), 2016-2020. Transmissions.
Be your dog (workshop)
Bartram, Angela 2020. Be your dog (workshop).
Human school (be your dog!)
Bartram, Angela 2019. Human school (be your dog!).
When the image takes over the real: Holography and its potential within acts of visual documentation
Bartram, Angela 2020. When the image takes over the real: Holography and its potential within acts of visual documentation. MDPI Arts Special Issue "Holography—A Critical Debate within Contemporary Visual Culture". https://doi.org/10.3390/arts9010024
Dogs and the elderly: significant cohabitation and companionship towards the end of life
Bartram, Angela 2019. Dogs and the elderly: significant cohabitation and companionship towards the end of life.
Dogs and the elderly
Bartram, Angela 2019. Dogs and the elderly.
Otherlings
Bartram, Angela, McCloskey, Paula, Baker, Steve, Davies, Huw, Basi, Philip Ranjit, Fisher, Craig, Vardy, Sam, Rushton, S., Mallinson, Mally and Parker, Christine 2019. Otherlings. University of Derby.
The Alternative Document
Bartram, Angela 2018. The Alternative Document. Taylor & Francis.
Unsatisfactory devices: legacy and the undocumentable in art.
Bartram, Angela 2018. Unsatisfactory devices: legacy and the undocumentable in art. in: Palgrave Macmillan.
Dogs and the elderly: the significance of end of life interspecies companionship.
Bartram, Angela 2018. Dogs and the elderly: the significance of end of life interspecies companionship.
Here and there: two works, ten countries.
Bartram, Angela and O'Neill, Mary 2016. Here and there: two works, ten countries. Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis.
Documents, Alternatives #3
Bartram, Angela 2018. Documents, Alternatives #3. Bath School of Art and Design, Bath.
Documents, Alternatives #2
Bartram, Angela 2018. Documents, Alternatives #2. Verge Gallery, Sydney.
Recto Verso: redefining the sketchbook.
Bartram, Angela, El-Bizri, Nader and Gittens, Douglas 2014. Recto Verso: redefining the sketchbook. Ashgate Publishing Ltd..
Here and there: two works, ten countries
Bartram, Angela and O'Neill, Mary 2015. Here and there: two works, ten countries.
Unsettling action and text: a collaborative experience.
Bartram, Angela and O'Neill, Mary 2016. Unsettling action and text: a collaborative experience. in: Routledge.
Here and there: two works, ten countries (displaced)
Bartram, Angela and O'Neill, Mary 2015. Here and there: two works, ten countries (displaced).
“Does that mean I have to hump Monica?”: the sexual dynamics of a human / nonhuman dog pack.
Bartram, Angela and Hurley, Paul 2018. “Does that mean I have to hump Monica?”: the sexual dynamics of a human / nonhuman dog pack. Human-Animal Studies Conference.
Ephemeral art and documenting the un-documentable.
Bartram, Angela 2018. Ephemeral art and documenting the un-documentable.
The alternative document exhibition.
Bartram, Angela 2016. The alternative document exhibition.
The Alternative Document symposium.
Bartram, Angela 2016. The Alternative Document symposium.
Teaching an old dog new tricks.
Bartram, Angela 2018. Teaching an old dog new tricks.
Here and There: two works, ten countries.
Bartram, Angela and O'Neill, Mary 2015. Here and There: two works, ten countries.
Introduction
Bartram, Angela 2018. Introduction. Studies in Theatre and Performance. https://doi.org/10.1080/14682761.2018.1506968
A sense of becoming and alienation: the retrospective in the work of Jordan McKenzie.
Bartram, Angela 2018. A sense of becoming and alienation: the retrospective in the work of Jordan McKenzie. Studies in Theatre and Performance. https://doi.org/10.1080/14682761.2018.1503849
Documents, alternatives - a symposium of artistic process and practice.
Bartram, Angela 2018. Documents, alternatives - a symposium of artistic process and practice.
Guest talk: Be your dog.
Bartram, Angela 2018. Guest talk: Be your dog. Live Art Development Agency.
Revisiting the retrospective of the work of Jordan McKenzie.
Bartram, Angela 2018. Revisiting the retrospective of the work of Jordan McKenzie.
Collaborative animals: Dogs and humans as co-working artists.
Bartram, Angela 2017. Collaborative animals: Dogs and humans as co-working artists. Eastern Kentucky University.
Be your dog
Bartram, Angela 2016. Be your dog. KARST Gallery, Plymouth.
Collaborating animals: Dog and human artists.
Bartram, Angela 2017. Collaborating animals: Dog and human artists. University of Adelaide.