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Rearch Assessment Exercise 2008

Charlie Woolley

Research Outcomes

Outcome 1 - Citadel 1: Front Room/Killing Room
For this group show of art works at David Risley, the gallery was split into to two halves, one a generic gallery setting, the other a living room made entirely from art.
In the Front Room I exhibited one piece: Shoebox Guitar - Robert Pete William - Magic Encyclopaedia and in the Killing Room I exhibited a set of sixteen prints from an ongoing series entitled The Flicker Effect. The latter of these two pieces is the central theme of my current practice - investigating the links between language and cinema.


Outcome 2 - Knight's Move
Knight's Move is co-edited by myself and David Howells. In each issue we identify a mode of "visual writing", and undertake to commission new work from contemporary artists, and to design a format in which these works, together with selected excerpts from a wider literature, coexist in a visual relationship on the page.
The editor's role in conceiving and producing the printed object is therefore more akin to that of curator of an exhibition in more traditional art media. Although we call it a "journal" it is in fact a visual artefact which, rather than reporting or commenting on writing as visual art practice, actually does it.


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