Arianne Churchman




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Arianne Churchman

Born 1988 Suffolk, lives and works in London

arianne.churchman@gmail.com


Education

2017 - 2019 MFA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL

2008 - 2011 BA Fine Art, University of Reading, First Class Honours

2006 – 2007 Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, Great Yarmouth College


Solo Exhibitions and Performances

2020

Communal Lunch/Well Dressing, Mansions of the Future, Lincoln (solo performance)

2018

Folkloric Wormhole, Xero, Kline & Coma, London

2017

HORSE-PLAY, Nottingham Castle, Nottingham

New Henge Heritage, in collaboration with Chloe Langlois, Metal, Peterborough


Group Exhibitions, Performances and Broadcasts

2020,

Five Forms of Play: Magick, Celsius Projects, Malmo, Sweden (Forthcoming)

PLASTIQUE FANTASTIQUE COMMUNIQUÉ: BEWARE MARS WITH EARTH IN ASCENDANCEin collaboration with Benedict Drew, Transmissions

Resonance FM’S 18th Birthday Celebration, in collaboration with Benedict Drew, Resonance FM

2019

Fungal Mumming (with AAS), The Intimate Space, London

Live Event with Benedict Drew, Arianne Churchman and Potato Band, iMT Gallery, London

Works from the Hallucinated Archive, Bonington Gallery, Nottingham

Slade Graduate Show, Slade School of Fine Art, London

Slade Media Takeover, Resonance FM

Benedict Drew’s Mixtape, Late Junction, BBC Radio 3

Bite the Bullet, Barbican Arts Trust, London

2018

Slade Interim Show, Slade Woburn, London

Art of Magic, Touring Exhibition (Exeter Phoenix, Exeter; The Horse Hospital, London;
Full of Noises, Barrow-in-Furnace; Robin Wood Mill, Todmorden; Analogue Farm, Whitworth;
Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, Boscastle)

Videosport, Good Sport Gallery, London, Canada

2017

Open Studios, Slade School of Fine Art, London

Plantasia, Analogue Farm, Whitworth

2016

Nottingham Castle Open, Nottingham Castle, Nottingham - Selected by Amy Botfield, Alan Kane and Maeve Rendle

Marie Laveau’s Dance of the Dead, in collaboration with Chloe Langlois, The Space, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham

Druids in the Deadhouse, Somerset House, London - Selected by Bedwyr Williams and Somerset House

Wild Summer, Regather, Sheffield

2015

Spectral Landscapes in collaboration with Sharron Kraus, The Old Fire Station, Oxford

Folklore Tapes Presents, Café Oto, London

Metal Harvest, Metal, Peterborough

The Rammel Club, J.T. Soar, Nottingham

2014

I Thought I Heard a Sound, Victoria Hall, Sheffield

Monsters and Mischief, Bohunk Institute, Nottingham

Monsters and Mischief, The Space, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham

I Thought I Heard a Sound, The Riverside, Sheffield


2013

Garlands/I Thought I Heard a Sound, The Riverside, Sheffield

I Thought I Heard a Sound, Sensoria Festival, Castle House, Sheffield


Discography

2020 

MAY, with Benedict Drew, Thanet Tape Centre

2019

Folklore Tapes, Ethereal Transcripts: The Lore of the Orbs, various artists

Folklore Tapes, The Art of Magic, various artists

2017

Folklore Tapes, The Folklore of Plants, various artists

2016

Folklore Tapes, Calendar Customs Vol. IV: Crown of Light, various artists

2015

Folklore Tapes, Calendar Customs Vol. III: Midwinter Rites and Revelries, various artists

Folklore Tapes, Calendar Customs Vol. II: Merry May, various artists


Residencies

2020

St Margaret’s House, London (forthcoming)

2017

New Henge Heritage (in collaboration with Chloe Langlois), Metal, Peterborough

2015

Harvest Lab, Metal, Peterborough & Studio Orta, Les Moulins, Paris, France


Prizes and Awards

2018

Chelsea Arts Club Roboz Scholarship

Recipient of the South Square Trust grant

2017

Grants for the Arts, Arts Council England, Awarded for New Henge Heritage with Chloe Langlois

2016

NCMG Solo Exhibition Prize, Selected by Nottingham Castle Museum and Galleries Visual Arts Team

Winner, Druidic Tableau Competition, Selected by Bedwyr Williams


Talks

2019

Artist Lecture, University of Reading, Reading

Artists Talk, Chelsea Arts Club, London

2018

Wednesday Walkthrough,(with Chloe Langlois) The House of Fame by Linder, Nottingham Contemporary

2017

New Henge Heritage, (with Chloe Langlois), Metal, Peterborough


Press

Soundcheck: Ethereal Transcripts: The Lore of the Orbs review, The Wire issue 432, February 2020

EQUESTARIANNE, Leftlion

https://www.leftlion.co.uk/read/2017/september/horse-play

New Henge Heritage and the Reinvention of the Peterborough Stone, The Double Negative

http://www.thedoublenegative.co.uk/2017/07/art-might-be-quite-a-ridiculous-thing-to-be-doing-new-henge-heritage-and-the-reinvention-of-the-peterborough-stone/