Natasha Vicars

CV

SELECTED PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS

17-19.05.2018
Spring Edition, Koppel Project Hive open studios, Project Space group exhibition, London

20.04-04.06.2016
Beyond Words, Milton’s Cottage, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire

18-25.07.2014
Home From Home, InTRANSIT festival, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London

12.07.2014
News Feed (Display of Caution), Hazard festival, Manchester

18-22.06.2014
Addington Square Fabric, Lucky Dip commission, Camberwell Arts Festival, Camberwell, London

03.05.2014
Tottenham Clouds, Canalology 2014 festival from POST Artists, Tottenham, London

28.03.2014
Tottenham Clouds, Canalology preview, POST Artists at Friday Late Tottenham Takeover, V&A Museum

11.2013 – 11.2014

#dawnchorus365, Open Online Four commission with Seven Art Writers, Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, Northamptonshire & online at www.dawnchorus365.com

17.10.2013
#duskchorus with Seven Art Writers collective, Art:Language:Location festival, Cambridge

09.06.13
Dawn Chorus, produced by the National Trust’s London Project for Chelsea Fringe 2013
In collaboration with Seven Art Writers collective (Joanna Brown, Tiffany Charrington, Eddy Dreadnought, Sally Labern, Tamarin Norwood and Mary Paterson).

4-5.09.12
Side by Side Show, Luaga und Losna Theaterfestival, Feldkirch, Austria

15.04.2012
Tweet the Dawn, Fringe!FilmFest, Hackney, London & online, event by Natasha Vicars, performance Seven Art Writers collective with public contributions.

12.11.2011
Free Gifts, Present in Public, Giving in to Gift at the Bluecoat, Liverpool

16.10.2011
#dawnchorus, a group performance on twitter at dawn (5:35am to 8am)
Participating writers: Joanna Brown, Tiffany Charrington, Eddy Dreadnought, Sally Labern, Tamarin Norwood, Mary Paterson and Natasha Vicars.

01.09.2011
Broken Telephone, Exchange Project Space, Hackney Wicked Education Programme, London.
Group exhibition by POST Artists, including Broken Telephone by Katie Gilman, Helen Jacobs, Jenny Rolfe-Herbert and Natasha Vicars, Draw a Map by Natasha Vicars and Jenny Rolfe-Herbert.

21.05.2011
Hackney Dawn Watching, St. Augustine’s Tower, London.

17.07.2010
Flowers for the Sea, ARTSIDE, Southend-on-Sea.

22.05.2010
Side by Side Show, Poolside Emergency, The Bluecoat, Liverpool.

13.03.2010
Side by Side Show, Louder Than Bombs – Art, Action & Activism, Stanley Picker Gallery with Live Art Development Agency. Stacy Makishi & Yoshiko Shimada residency performance event.

14.02.2010
Side by Side Show, Live Art Speed Date, Stoke Newington International Airport, at Arcola Theatre, London.

19.09.2009
Three Keys, Freshly Scratched, Battersea Arts Centre, London.

29-31.08.2009
Side by Side Show, with Fête Encounter, at LIFT Molten Festival, Barking, London.

28.03.2009
Position Unpaid, Friends of the Divided Mind, Royal College of Art, London.
A collaborative project with Emma Leach, part of Office of Real Time Activity programme.

14-16.11.2008
Side by Side Show, Live Art on Petticoat Lane Market, part of The Street, Whitechapel Gallery, London.

21.06.2008
Telling Cards, Whitstable Biennale 2008, Whitstable, Kent.

27.04.2008
Raffle of artist’s kept objects, I Am Still Your Worst Nightmare, Arnolfini gallery, Bristol.

02.2008
Cubicle, 10×10 projects, at House Gallery Cafe, Camberwell, London.

21.10.2007
Census, My site | In space 2 from Switch Performance, Heneage Street, London.

09.2007
Baggage, Out of the Box, International Workshops Festival, The Junction, Cambridge.

14.09.2007
Interview, Chisenhale Biennale, Chisenhale Studios, London.

05.2007
Be my guest!, PARK 07, Cannizaro Park, Wimbledon. Curated by Gilane Tawadros and Terry Smith.

18.06.2006
Dressing-up Box, Whitstable Biennale 2006, Whitstable.

05.2006
Dressing-up Box, PARK 06, Cannizaro Park, Wimbledon. Curated by Peter Fillingham.

 

RESIDENCIES AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

10-11.2011
Present in Public, Giving in to Gift, Liverpool. Facilitated by Tim Jeeves, in association with the Bluecoat.

09.2011
Place Explorations, Cylinders Estate, Cumbria.
A residency with members of POST Artists, led by The Mobile Institute and supported by Littoral Arts Trust.

08-10.2011
#dawnchorus, led by Natasha Vicars and Mary Paterson, part of DIY 8 a Live Art Development Agency initiative, Bury/UK-wide. Project supported by Live Art Development Agency and Text Festival.

10.2010-06.2011
Hackney Dawn Watching, Longhouse Bursary project, London.
Awarded 2010-2011 Longhouse Action Research Bursary by Multistory, West Bromwich
Publication February 2012.

23-25.09.2009
Reportage, KUBE gallery, Poole, Dorset.
Collaborative residency with Emma Leach, publication available at gallery during October 2009.

09.2008
Out of the Box, group residency from International Workshop Festivals, The Junction, Cambridge.

 

PUBLICATIONS

2013 #dawnchorus, Live Art Almanac, Live Art Development Agency

02.12 Hackney Dawn Watching, Multistory, West Bromwich.

10.09 Echoes of a…, following Reportage residency, KUBE Gallery, Poole.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Fine Art (Painting) B.A. Hons. Wimbledon College, University of the Arts London.
Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art and Design. City Lit, London.
PGCE 11-16 Science, and Chemistry. Homerton College, Cambridge University.
Natural Sciences B.A. Hons. Churchill College, Cambridge University.

 

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