STUDIO PROJECTS 2018: Ailie Ormston

Market Gallery is excited to announce this year's Studio Projects residents: Amy Gear and Ailie Ormston!

For Ailie Ormston, the basis of this six week residency will surround a collection of instrumental tracks made under the title Tony Soprano Fashion Inspo. Whilst working with the intention to confront the traditions of presenting, performing and digesting music, physical works will be made in response to ...

STUDIO PROJECTS 2018: AMY GEAR

Market Gallery is excited to announce this year's Studio Projects residents: Amy Gear and Ailie Ormston!

For this six week residency, Amy Gear will be splicing together stories of stones and sex to carve new sculptural and sound work. Amy will develop the work focusing on the human voice – its accents and dialects, the tongue and it’s uses (a multifunctional tool for place, for intimacy, ...

Studio Projects: SUBMERGED VILLAGE

Expanding on elements of Pamela Colman Smith’s drawing for The Moon tarot card, SUBMERGED VILLAGE is a video produced from material gathered during Andy Black's Studio Projects residency (2017). The work takes discrete moments at rural locations in Yorkshire and Scotland and frames them as queer experiences - bringing together the re-exposed remains of a village permanently flooded by the construction of Thruscross Reservoir, an endangered species of crayfish, ...

Studio Projects: Calcium Storeys

Calcium Storeys is an exhibition of new work developed by Jamie Kane during his Studio Projects Residency at Market Gallery this summer (2017). The exhibition centres around a video that through a consideration of materiality, forms an assemblage of people and things, culminating in an architectural proposal.

The film takes Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) as a starting point. It is a substance that makes up chalk, used as ...

Studio Projects 2016 | Amelia Bywater

Market Gallery are hosting Amelia Bywater and Lewis den Hertog for this summer's Studio Projects: a four-week residency throughout July.

For the residency Amelia is developing loom, a publishing project that focuses on writing and artistic practices that traverse and express the transmission and recoding of language. Each iteration will be a collaboration of sorts, accruing and feeding back discursive moments and contents across a series of ...

Studio Projects 2016 | Lewis den Hertog

Market Gallery are hosting Amelia Bywater and Lewis den Hertog for this summer's Studio Projects: a four-week residency throughout July.

For the residency Lewis is developing a publication which ties together three strands of his visual research. Using grotesquery and bodily distortion as a conceptual point of departure, the publication will combine text, drawings, and found images.