Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa

Bildende Kunst – Recherchestipendium 2021

Selected colour pencil drawings, all 42 x 59.4cm, 2020 –

Jazmina and her friend window shopping/ notes on window shopping in A Plume Volume Two

edited by Jessica Higgins, Giuseppe Mistretta and Edwin Stevens. And featuring contributions of new, recent past, and posthumous re-published writings by Nuar Alsadir, Karen Brodine, Hannah Ellul & Ben Knight, Colin Herd, Bhanu Kapil, Anna Kavan, Ghislaine Leung, Sophie Macpherson, Lila Matsumoto and Mira Mattar.

Launching on Friday 18 January, 2019, 7pm at 1/1 624 Cathcart Road in Glasgow.

The Influencing Machine – The Reader

The Reader addresses the exhibition’s various questions, extending its focus to historical continuities and social contexts, with contributions by Geoffrey C. Bowker and Susan Leigh Star, Simone Brown, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Kashmir Hill, Lilly Irani, Lee Mackinnon, Tahani Nadim, Lucy Suchman, Cher Tan, and Neli Wagner.

available to buy here

The Influencing Machine, Saturday 1 December 2018 — Sunday 20 January 2019

ngbk, oranienstrasse 25, 10999 berlin

Bots (from robot and Czech robota, socage, forced labour) are inconspicuous computer programs that perform tasks automatically.

Artists: Anna Bromley, Kajsa Dahlberg, Egemen Demerici, Fabien Giroud and Raphael Siboni, Fokus Grupa, Eva and Franco Mattes, Mimi Onuoha and Mother Cyborg, Sascha Pohflepp and Chris Woebken, Tactical Tech, Jane Topping, Sarah Tripp, Clement Valla and Laura Yuille.

Curated and organised by Vladimir Cajkovac, Kristina Kramer, Bettina Lehmann, Sophie Macpherson, Tahani Nadim and Neil Wagner.

Call to Organise! Colossal!

with Anne-Marie Copestake

Travelling Gallery at 40, City Art Centre, Edinburgh.

27th July – 4th November 2018.

Part of Edinburgh Art Festival.

Dance And Sing, Gallery Celine, Glasgow, Saturday 31st March 2018, an afternoon of performance and readings

To accompany the exhibition I See You Man, on Saturday 31st March 2018 Gallery Celine will host an afternoon of performance and readings with contributions from Rose O’Gallivan, Leigh Ferguson, Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne, Nadia Hebson and Sophie Macpherson. An informal reading group will also take place and we invite you to come and discuss the texts and related material that accompany the exhibition.
2.30pm Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne, NYC,
3.00pm Nadia Hebson and Sophie Macpherson,,
3.30pm Break
4pm Reading group, all welcome
5.30pm Break
6pm Rose O’Gallivan, London,
6.30pm Leigh Ferguson and Sophie Macpherson

The below books and texts have been available in the Library throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Ingeborg Bachman, Three Paths to the Lake, Lucia Berlin, Manual for Cleaning Women, Kate Briggs, This Little Art, Daniela Cascella, Singed, Elfriede Jellinek, Jackie, Carla Lonzi, Autoritratto, Dorothy Richardson, Painted Roofs, Natasha Soobramanien Five Notes on Smarginature , Christa Wolf, The Quest for Christa T