Charlotte Prodger discusses her practice and current Spike Island exhibition, 8004 - 8019.
Prodger is recognised for her audiovisual practice using equipment selected for its specific technological capacity, design history and subcultural aesthetics. In her largest solo show to date at Spike Island, she presents a new body of sculptural objects balanced by the feature length Stoneymollan Trail — Prodger’s first single channel video.
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Charlotte Prodger (b.1974) lives and works in Glasgow. Forthcoming solo shows include: Temple Bar, Dublin (2015); Hollybush Gardens, London (2016) and Tramway, Glasgow (2017). Selected group shows include: British Art Show (touring); The Weight Of Data, Tate Britain, London; The Secret Life, Murray Guy, New York; An Interior That Remains an Exterior, Kunstlerhaus Gratz, Austria (all 2015); Annals of the Twentieth Century, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Phantom Limbs, Pilar Corrias, London (both 2014); Holes in The Wall, Kunstalle Freiburg, Switzerland; Frozen Lakes, Artists Space, New York (both 2013).
Selected past solo shows include: Markets, Chelsea Space, London; Nephatiti, Glasgow International Director’s Programme, McLellan Galleries, Glasgow (all 2014); Percussion Biface 1-13, Studio Voltaire, London; :-*, Intermedia CCA, Glasgow; Essex Street, New York (all 2012); and Kendall Koppe, Glasgow (2011). Charlotte Prodger was shortlisted for the 2013 Jarman Award and won the 2014 Margaret Tait Award. She is represented by Koppe Astner.
Organised by Arnolfini, Bristol City Council, and the University of the West of England. Supported by Bristol City Council.
Free for UWE staff and students with ID. Tickets can be collected in person from Arnolfini Box Office from 11am on the day of the event.