bullet
 
bullet
 
bullet
 
bullet

 

 

Current:

 

Material Sight

Arts Catalyst, London

7 June - 14 July

The Live Creature and Ethereal Things: Physics in Culture

Book published Arts Catalyst, London

Material Sight: Leverhulme Research Fellowship

Oct 2016- April 2018

Negative Capability

CVAN film commission hosted by this is tomorrow.

 

Recent:

Material Sight

Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art

24 March - 13 May

Tread Softly: An Arts Council Collection National Touring Exhibition

Yorkshire Sculpture Park May-Sept 2017

-scape: constructing nature

Fiona Crisp, Hamish Fulton, Laure Prouvost

11th April - 20th May 2016

Holden Gallery, Manchester.

GeoHumanties Online Exhibition

for the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, SanFrancisco 2016

 

Links:

Extraordinary Renditions

7 - 12th September 2013

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

Looking at the View

11th Feb - 2nd June 2013

Tate Britain

Framing the View

Tuesday 28th May 2013

Artist's talk: Fiona Crisp and Lisa Milroy at Tate Britain

Negative Capability: The Stourhead Cycle

18th June - 29th July 2012

Matt's Gallery, London.

Subterrania

A solo touring exhibition hosted by Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall.

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead,

31 July - 4 October 2009 

Impressions Gallery, Bradford

20 November 2009- 24 January 2010

Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall

13 February - 17 April 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Live Creature and Ethereal Things:

Physics in Culture

Edited by Fiona Crisp and Nicola Triscott

Published by Arts Catalyst, London. 2018

When we think about astrophysics and particle physics, we tend to see them as esoteric and impenetrable. The Live Creature and Ethereal Things: Physics in Culture re-presents these areas of physics as human, cultural and material activities through physicists’ personal reflections, conversations between artists and physicists, and artists’ works.”

– Dr Nicola Triscott

The Live Creature and Ethereal Things: Physics in Culture – edited by curator Nicola Triscott and artist Fiona Crisp, published by Arts Catalyst – is a collection of texts, images and conversations that present fundamental physics and the physics of the universe as human activities and cultural endeavours. Contributions by physicists, artists and curators examine the role of personality, power and culture in physics and discuss the value of cross-pollination between the practices of contemporary art and physics. These reflections shed light on the people and material practices of physics: from the vast underground particle physics laboratory at CERN, Geneva, used by half of the world’s particle physicists, and deep underground neutrino observatories in the UK, Italy and Antarctica, to super-computers that construct astonishing visualisations of the evolution of the universe.

Supported by The LeverhulmeTrust, Arts Council England and the Science & Technology Facilities Council.

Full Publication Details

Price: £11.99

Available to purchase via Amazo

 

 

Fiona Crisp  Hyper Passive

Monograph published by Matt's Gallery, London

'Crisp's work, with a striking clarity and purpose, challenges 'photography'...'  Christopher Townsend

Hyper Passive is a celebration of Fiona Crisp's large-scale photographic work made over the past decade, including major projects realized during residencies at The Berwick Gymnasium, The National Trust and The British School at Rome.

Through focussing on work from the last ten years, Hyper Passive reveals the quietly persistent process of destabilisation running throughout Crisp's practice whereby coordinates of architectural space, time or states of being are re-ordered.

This lavishly illustrated 80-page colour publication, designed by the artist in collaboration with Phil Baines and Kate Lyons, includes an essay by Professor Christopher Townsend (Royal Holloway, University of London) and an interview with Alessandro Vincentelli (BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead). Published in June 2009 by Matt’s Gallery, London to coincide with the solo touring exhibition Subterrania (BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, Impressions Gallery, Bradford and Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall).

For further information and to purchase a copy of Hyper Passive, follow the link:

http://www.mattsgallery.org/artists/crisp/books/books1-01.php

 

Limited Edition Print

 


site contents © 2016 fiona crisp