The Shadow of Your Shadow

 

...and the plants and the webs and the splashing

(film still)
16mm film transferred to digital.
© Kate Owens and Kimberley O’Neill
2020

The Shadow of Your Shadow

 

Plant Web Splash

block print on linen.
150 x 210cm
2020

...and the plants and the webs and the splashing

(extract)
16mm film transferred to digital
© Kate Owens and Kimberley O’Neill
2020

'...and the plants and webs and the splashing' was created alongside the textile work ‘Plant Web Splash’ as part of the 2020 TOAST Artist-in-residence programme in partnership with the Crafts Council. The full version 7min 44sec is held in Crafts Council Collection, UK. Block printing by Kate Owens. Filmed and edited by Kimberley O’Neill. Assisted by Duncan Marquiss.

 

Slip Proof & Long Neck

 

Trying To Cut Out A Heart (Repeatedly)

block print on linen.

250 × 140cm

2019

'Trying To Cut Out A Heart (Repeatedly)' was developed from a project with The New Walk Gallery & Museum, Leicester. The print is based on material remnants from a creative workshop.

 

The Shadow of Your Shadow

 

The Shadow of Your Shadow

block printing performance.
AIR at Lawrence Works, London
2018

The Shadow of Your Shadow

 

The Shadow of Your Shadow

detail of print created from the performance; 2018

The Shadow of Your Shadow

block printing performance.
AIR at Lawrence Works, London
2018

'The Shadow of Your Shadow' was developed as part of a project by AIR in response to a recently closed textile factory in North London. Five dancers perform a short choreography across a roll of fabric wearing purpose made print-block-shoes. Performed by J'Nade Alcindor, Saskel Fenton, Maria Da Silva Antunes, Julia Oliveira, Shanaya Nurse with accompanying soundtrack by Tommy Grace.

 

Astral Flesh 2-Way Stretch

 

Astral Flesh 2-Way Stretch

installation view
Dolph, London; 2017

Slip Proof & Long Neck

 

Slip Proof & Long Neck

block print on leatherette
90 x 150cm
2017

Install views from 'Astral Flesh 2-Way Stretch' at Dolph Projects. Print blocks were walked across lengths of fabric in a range of choreographies, colours and motifs.

 

Original Condition

 

Original Condition

screen print, cotton, aluminium print screen
58 x 68cm
2017

Original Condition

 

Original Condition

screen-prints on cotton, silk and sateen, yellow-meshed aluminum print screen, aluminum legs, return receipts, plywood, nail
70 x 87 x 123cm
2017

Original Condition

 

Original Condition

screen print, cotton, aluminium print screen
70 x 87 x 62cm
2017

'Original Condition' is an ongoing screen printing project which makes use of the 28-day return policy common to high street retailers. A garment is purchased, used to make a print and then returned to the shop for a refund.

 

Full Drop, Half Drop, Brick, Spot, Diamond, Triangle, Stripe, Hexagon, Ogee, Scale, Mirror, Turn-over, Swiss, Tossed, All-over

 

Full Drop, Half Drop, Brick, Spot, Diamond, Triangle, Stripe, Hexagon, Ogee, Scale, Mirror, Turn-over, Swiss, Tossed, All-over

screen print on cotton
1700 x 250cm
2016

Full Drop, Half Drop, Brick, Spot, Diamond, Triangle, Stripe, Hexagon, Ogee, Scale, Mirror, Turn-over, Swiss, Tossed, All-over

 

Full Drop, Half Drop, Brick, Spot, Diamond, Triangle, Stripe, Hexagon, Ogee, Scale, Mirror, Turn-over, Swiss, Tossed, All-over

detail

Full Drop, Half Drop, Brick, Spot, Diamond, Triangle, Stripe, Hexagon, Ogee, Scale, Mirror, Turn-over, Swiss, Tossed, All-over

 

Full Drop (test)

screen print on paper
59 x 94cm
2016

'Full Drop, Half Drop, Brick, Spot, Diamond, Triangle, Stripe, Hexagon, Ogee, Scale, Mirror, Turn-over, Swiss, Tossed, All-over' is a swimming pool-sized roll of fabric, printed with both a tile pattern and weekly borrowings from the local pool. Hair bands, earrings, used plasters and goggle parts etc. were found, removed, screen printed in the studio and returned to the bottom of the pool.

 

Why Don't You Put Eyes In Those Holes?

 

Why Don't You Put Eyes In Those Holes?

installation for a participatory workshop
New Walk Museum & Art Gallery
2016

Why Don't You Put Eyes In Those Holes?

 

Why Don't You Put Eyes In Those Holes ?

script for a performance (extract); 6 colour screen print on card.

100 x 21cm
2016

Trying To Cut Out A Heart

 

Trying To Cut Out A Heart

fabric remnants, textile adhesive, cotton
200 x 91cm
2016

'Why Don’t You Put Eyes In Those Holes?' is an installation for a workshop first shown at New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester. Audio recordings of the workshop became a scripted performance whilst the physical leftovers were used to make the textile hanging 'Trying To Cut Out A Heart'.

 
 
 

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