Launch of MOSTYN’s new season of exhibitions –
Friday 21 October 2016 – 6.30pm onwards
22/10/16 – 05/02/17
Supported by Marlborough Contemporary and APT (Artist Pension Trust)
Laurence Kavanagh, October, 2015. Installation ‘October’, Gallery North, Newcastle. 2015. Work realised as part of the Warwick Stafford Fellowship at Baltic 39
Kodak Employed 140,000 People. Instagram 13.
22/10/16 – 05/02/17
With kind support from: Creative New Zealand, The Arts and Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria, and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna
Mladen Bizumic, One Second After the Digital Turn, 2003-2016. Drwy garedigrwydd yr artist ac / Courtesy the artist and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna
We’ve Got Mail III
22/10/16 – 05/02/17
Images courtesy of Karlyn Goulborn, Kath Smith
Iain Perry (Print Garage)
Pixels, Poetry and Pop Culture
22/10/16 – 29/01/17
Ian Perry: Pixels, Poetry and Pop Culture
LLAWN 04 and new festival season at MOSTYN
Friday 23 September 2016 from 6.30pm
We are pleased to announce our first ever ‘Festival Season’. Three weeks of exhibitions, events and audience involvement which opens with the launch of LLAWN04 – Llandudno Arts Weekend, a whole weekend of free events along the Promenade and across various venues and spaces in Llandudno.
Friday’s evening launch provides the perfect introduction to this year’s festival with the chance to explore a couple of the main venues and delve into an exhilarating sample of work at your own pace. There are works by two artists curated in partnership at MOSTYN and many other fantastic events and interventions around the town. There’ll be performance, street-games, music, robot-making, dance, visual art, film and the unexpected, all inspired by this year’s theme of Hide/Seek.
// Download the LLAWN04 programme here
Galleries 2 and 3 hold Belgian artist Kris Martin’s spectacular work T.Y.F.F.S.H.(2011). A full-scale hot air balloon fills the gallery spaces and visitors are invited to enter inside, allowing the architecture of the gallery, and the act of engagement with art, to be considered anew.
Paul Granjon, Am I Robot?
Am I Robot? features Combover Jo, a robot larger than an average dog, who wanders the gallery talking to himself and to visitors. Paul Granjon’s installation presents a live situation that challenges our relation to robots, and our ideas about what they can do.
GLITCH / The Plaza
Kevin Banks / Natasha Brooks / Ryan Gander / Charles Gershom / Patrick Joseph / Steve Olson / Ted Oonk / Penrhos Alternative Education Centre / Rirkrit Tirvanija / Savage / Viva LGBT+ / Lawrence Weiner
Full exhibition information here
12 Stryd Vaughan Street
Llandudno, Conwy LL30 1AB
Image courtesy: Jeff Guess
Photography in Academic Research international conference at UCL Heritage Studies, in collaboration with RAI (Royal Anthropological Institute) and Birkbeck, Department of Politics, London, UK, 8-9 Sept 2016
ALFREDO CRAMEROTTI (MOSTYN and eCPR European Centre for Photography Research, University of South Wales) presents a paper on Hyperimage: Towards a Theory of Expanded Photography
Friday 9 September 12:30, Room B10
We are all implicated in photography whether we like it or not. Whether we associate this visual language with a precise function or use it to shape ourselves as individuals and communities, we trade our existence in images. We refer to images and image-making in social, political and cultural act.
The established categories in which photography was once subdivided, practiced, understood and discussed have been reconfigured. It’s as though our society has freed image-making from previously articulated specific applications, blurring the boundaries between genres and functions, and rendering the photographic image as a free-floating subject on its own, detached from any relation specific to its origins; what we may term as “hyperimage’.
See below for details.
Special Programmes Co-ordinator
Application Deadline: Monday 19th September 2016, close of day
Interview Date: Tuesday 27th September 2016
Weekend Retail Assistant
Application Deadline: Sunday 18th September, close of day
Interview Date: Monday 26th September 2016
STANDPOINT FUTURES at Chisenhale Studios
Standpoint Futures is a residency programme for visual artists, providing high calibre, tailored opportunities for discussion and interaction with the London art world. Applications are invited for the 2017 programme.
Each residency is 6 weeks long, working at new residency partners Chisenhale Studios in Bow, London E3. Standpoint Futures awards artists a free studio and accommodation during their residency, all advisor and mentoring meetings, plus a contribution to expenses of £100 per week.
The residencies will run from mid January – July 2017.
The submission portal will go live on Monday 1 August.
Above: Studio 4 at Chisenhale Studios, where Futures artists will be based in 2017. Credit: Tessa Whitehead, Studio4 Installation, 2015
Studio visitors to our residency artists in 2015 included Jonathan P Watts, Morgan Quaintance, Anthea Hamilton, Katie Guggenheim (Chisenhale Gallery), Marianne Forrest (Auto Italia), Milovan Farronato (Fiorucci Arts Trust), Dr Katherine Angel (Historian/Writer), Dr Betti Marenko (Central Saint Martins), Eddie Peake, Francesca Gavin, Andrea Francke, Amy Budd (Raven Row), Beatrice Gibson (LUX), Lindsay Seers, Nick Crowe, Ruth Ewan, Colin Perry (Writer), David Hoyland (Seventeen Gallery), Rachel Anderson (Artangel), and Anna Gritz (South London Gallery).
In the frame of the solo project ‘697 MADRI’ by Stefano Cagol, Alfredo Cramerotti holds the lecture ‘The expanded image. The mutation of the role of contemporary photography’
‘The expanded image. The mutation of the role of contemporary photography’
Lecture: August 6, 2016, 18.00 hrs
697 MADRI (697 mothers) refers to the 697 young soldiers died in the First World War in this border area of Trentino South Tyrol and buried by the Austro-Hungarian Monumental Military Cemetery in Bondo.
On July 2nd, 2016 the artist Stefano Cagol called all the women to come to the small village of Bondo (700 inhabitants) in the middle of the Alps and the Dolomites for a participatory performance. Hundreds of women came from all the region and outside and walked and staid on the monumental granite stairs recalling the personal and family suffering beyond flags, troops and belongings. They became part of a new monument to life and this action has been fixed by video and photographic images by the artist.
Now the artworks are on view till September 17th, 2016 by the Antica Chiesa di San Barnaba – Ancient Church of Saint Barnaba in Bondo, together with an installation (aluminum and sound) that recall, with sharp edges, the extreme conditions of the soldiers waging war on the top of these mountains that actually appear as a natural paradise.
In this border region, in a small village in the middle of the Alps, in a symbolic place recalling the continue conflicts and the human consequences of wars, it is extremely relevant the presence of Alfredo Cramerotti for a lecture about the role of images nowadays. Lecture: August 6, 2016, 18.00 hrs
Alfredo Cramerotti is the Director of MOSTYN, the main art center in Wales; he was born in Trentino and this is the first time he comes back for an art event. Cramerotti and Stefano Cagol had the chance to collaborate for the Maldives National Pavilion at 55th Venice Biennale: Cagol as participating artist and Alfredo Cramerotti as part of the curatorial collective CPS-Chamber of Public Secrets.
The lecture ‘The expanded image. The mutation of the role of contemporary photography’ by Alfredo Cramerotti is realized with the participation of Franco Marzatico, Superintendent for Cultural Heritage of the Autonomous Province of Trento.
THE PROMOTING INSTITUTION
The project and the collateral program are promoted by the Scuola Musicale Giudicarie: www.scuolamusicalegiudicarie.it
With the support of the municipality of Sella Giudicarie, BIM Valle del Chiese, BIM Sarca-Mincio-Garda, with the participation of Associazione Nazionale Alpini and Osterreichisches Schwarzes Kreuz.
The iconographic and historical research is curated by Giulia Robol.
Roven n°12: Les Rituels du dessin: SUR LE RITUEL. CINQ QUESTIONS À IRMA BLANK
by Alfredo Cramerotti, Irma Blank, Joana Neves [Ed.]
15 March 2016
Daily Post: What’s On / Q&A
20 February 2015
Jonathan Shanklin, who discovered the Antarctic ozone hole, will be speaking about this important scientific breakthrough and his family links to the current MOSTYN exhibition, The School of Art, Science and Technical Classes, on 30 July 2016, 2:00pm at The Imperial Hotel, Llandudno.
Tickets £8. Telephone 01492 868191 to book.
Bydd Jonathan Shanklin, a ddarganfu’r twll yn yr osôn yn yr Antarctig yn sgwrsio am y darganfyddiad gwyddonol, pwysig hwn a’i gysylltiadau teuluol ag arddangosfa gyfredol MOSTYN, Yr Ysgol Gelf, Gwyddoniaeth a Dosbarthiadau Technegol, 30 Gorffennaf 2016, 2.00yh yng Ngwesty’r Imperial, Llandudno
Tocynnau £8. Ffôn 01492 868191 i archebu lle.
The ozone hole is ‘healing’ according to new research published this week in the journal Science.
Jonathan Shanklin from BAS was one of the scientists who was part of the discovery in 1985. He says:
“It is very clear that the Montreal Protocol is working, that it is clearly leading to a reduction in the amount of ozone destroying chemicals in the atmosphere, and that this reduction is probably leading to a recovery of the Antarctic ozone layer. Nevertheless we will still have ozone holes for perhaps another half century.”