Back Streets Boys und weitere Werke von Chris Avis

Back Streets Boys
70 x 50 cm (h x w)
Digital pigment print on archival paper

BA. Fine Arts First Class Honours 1994 MA. Art in Architecture 1996 As a woman my interest in female identity has grown from studying the frozen expressions on mannequins, to looking into the lack of self-esteem in many older women, through to working on intimate relationships between mothers and daughters. My work on anxiety and depression in ‘Voices in the Shadows’ delved into the hidden world of domestic abuse. Using memory, dream, loss, or emotion to articulate a narrative, my work often invites unsettling reactions in the viewer. Solo Exhibitions ‘Voices in the Shadows’ 19/02/19 – 15/04/19 Park Theatre London N4 3JP POW Thanet 05/03/18 – 11/03/18 York Street Gallery Ramsgate CT11 9DS SHE 08/03/17 - 04/05/17 Park Theatre London N4 3JP ‘Time Passing’ 21/07/15 – 20/08/15 Park Theatre London N4 3JP ‘Remnants of Reality’ 08/05/13 – 26/05/13 Centre for the Arts Maidenhead Berks SL6 4PF ‘Red Lips’ 25/02/10 – 04/03/10 The Outside world Gallery London E2 7DP Contemporary Arts Festivals 'Schlachten' 09/09/17 – 08/10/17 Neue Gallery Wunsdorf Germany 'Schlachten June/July 2015 Mendelsohn Hall Luckenwalde Germany Group Exhibitions Regular exhibitions in UK and parts of Europe between 2009 -2021 In 2014 I devised and directed a Barbican Guildhall Open Lab and in 2015 this work was shown at Rich Mix, London. In 2013 a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship funded six weeks of research to explore the potential opportunities available to older artists across Europe. This involved interviews with artists, museum curators and gallery owners in Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and Berlin.

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