#CASatHome: Abstract (2012), by Hito Steyerl
This film was online from 12.00, 24 June 2020 to 12.00, 27 June 2020 As part of our #CASatHome film series we are pleased to present Abstract (2012) by Hito Steyerl….
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg
Ginsberg is an artist and writer experimenting with technologies – especially the design of living matter. Working at the intersection of tech, science, art and design, her practice engages with techno-utopian promises.
#CASatHome: I’m Lost Without Your Rhythm (2009) by Johanna Billing
The film is based on the recording of a live choreography event involving amateur Romanian dancers and acting students in Iași, Romania.
#CASatHome: Little Works (2007), by Andrea Büttner
The film follows the life of nuns in a West London Carmelite convent, exploring the relationship between religion and art.
#CASatHome, with Victoria Morton
Her paintings teeter on the verge of a readable image, while never crystallising into graspable figuration.
#CASatHome: Anyone Else Isn’t You (2005) by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard
This film was online from 12.00, 3 June 2020 to 12.00, 6 June 2020 As part #CASatHome film series we are pleased to present Anyone Else Isn’t You (2005) by Iain Forsyth…
The CAS Rapid Response Fund supports museums and communities in Reading, Liverpool and Glasgow as donations pass £200,000
A commission memorialising Reading Gaol’s most famous inmate, Oscar Wilde, is the first recipient of the CAS Rapid Response Fund following a crowdfunding campaign that has raised total donations to over £200,000.
#CASatHome, with Emma Philip, Senior Curator at The Box, Plymouth
Emma Philip discusses the CAS’s acquisition of a painting by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye for their collection.
The CAS acquires a ceramic tableau by Lubna Chowdhary for Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery through the Jackson Tang Ceramic Award
Chowdhary’s shaped tiles, sculptural objects and spatial installations in ceramic constitute a distinctive oeuvre that bridges the disciplines of architecture, craft, design, sculpture and painting.
Auer often turns to borrowed ideas, using the work of other artists as a starting point.
#CASatHome: I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead (2018), by Beatrice Gibson
The fast-moving visuals deliberately disorientate the viewer, just as global events disorientate with waves of fear and anxiety. But through interweaving tender footage of the artist’s own family into the film, an alternative narrative of community and strength emerges.
#CASatHome: Quadrille (1975), by Rose English
Staged in a dressage arena, six women appear, dressed fetishistically as horses with tack, horse tails and hoof-shaped high heels. They perform a dance based on dressage, watched eagerly by an unsuspecting audience, their movements stilted by their cumbersome shoes.