Sarah Boulton, Richard Healy, Angus McCrum, Cyrus Shroff, Hayley Tompkins
19th November - 11th December 2021
Open Thursday - Saturday 12-6pm
Sarah Boulton has presented artworks and writings at Wysing Arts Centre, Caraboo Projects, Cell Project Space, Catalyst Arts, Rhubaba Gallery, Luna Elaine, ICA London, and Patara Gallery in Tbilisi. She recently participated in ‘La Biennale de Momon’, an immaterial biennale set in South France and is soon to work with Studio cybi in North Wales. Her writings have appeared in Tender Journal, Danarti, aqnb, and in the 2015 Best British Poetry Anthology. A gathering of her texts, ‘Continuum: Collected Happenings and Writings’ was published by Care of Time, New York in 2019 and includes the three works in Indefinite Bower*.
Richard Healy's work encompasses a number of media including video, sculpture, installation and print; central is the role of function. Embodied through simulations of design, his practice frequently engages with digital technology as a means for artistic production and with it the acts of labour that are obscured beneath the finish. In addition to exhibiting at Tenderpixel and Marian Cramer Projects recent exhibitions include Whitechapel Gallery (London), LRRH (Berlin), Hunt Kastner (Prague), Koppe Astner (Glasgow), Project Native Informant (London), Harris Lieberman (New York), South London Gallery (London). Works have been selected and exhibited as part of Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Young British Art I & II and The London Open at the Whitechapel Gallery.
Angus McCrum studied at Camberwell College of Art and is based in Berlin. Recent solo and two person shows include: These here, quietly, Sapling, London, 2021; Bleigießen, 17 Addington Road, Margate, 2019; Fallow (with Emii Alrai), The Rectory Projects, London, 2019; Studio 2 (with Jon Kipps), Assembly Point Studios, London, 2019; and The Sorrows, Intercession Gallery, Northampton, 2017. Group shows include: Cruel Intentions, Arusha Gallery, London, 2021; Photocopies, Recent Activity, Birmingham, 2021; Bathing Nervous Limbs, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, 2021; Off Trail, AIR Gallery, Manchester, 2021; Of Noise, Slow Space, Fieldworks, London, 2020; ROOMS, Subsidiary Projects, Online exhibition, 2020; Used For Glue, Assembly Point Studios, London, 2019; Odds, TOMA Project Space, Southend-on-Sea, 2019; How small a thought, hosted by Anne Ryan & Andrew Child, Margate, 2019; Lunar Gardening, Kingsgate Project Space, London, 2019; Gobbledygook, The Kennington Residency, London, 2019
Cyrus Shroff graduated with an MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art in 2013. Recent exhibitions include: Six Characters in Search of a Host at the Architectural Association, 2019; Creekside Open by Sacha Craddock at APT Gallery, 2019; Inside Job at Tate Modern, 2018; Rope & Co at Westminster Waste, 2016 and Things on Things at AMP Gallery, 2016. Cyrus had been awarded the Land Securities Studio Award (2013), the David Villers Travel Bursary (2013) and the Chelsea Arts Club Graduate Award (2013).
Hayley Tompkins lives and works in Glasgow. Current shows include ‘Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945’, Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition, (2021-23), and ‘Particularities’, X Museum, Beijing (2021). Recent solo shows include: ‘Bag of rainbow’, Recent Activity, Birmingham (2020), ‘After a Long Sleep, It Woke Up’, The Modern Institute, 14—20 Osborne Street, Glasgow (2020), ‘LB.’, Drawing Room, Hamburg (2019), 'Stick crystals to paintings', Bonner Kunsterverien, Bonn (2018), 'Think I wanna drive your Benz (I don’t’)' The Modern Institute, Glasgow (2018). Recent group exhibitions include: ‘A Small Thing Edgily’, June, Berlin (2021), ‘Termite Tapeworm Fungus Moss’, Intermedia Gallery, CCA, Glasgow (Part of Glasgow International 2021), Katinka Bock, ‘Esther Kläs, Helen Mirra, Hayley Tompkins’, Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London (2019), ‘4 Bed Detached Home of Metal’, The New Art Gallery, Walsall (2019) and ‘Scotland + Venice 2013: Sworn / Campbell / Tompkins’, Collateral Event of the 55th International Art Exhibition – Venice Biennale, Venice (2013).