ANGELA BARTRAM
Primary artist member
www.angelabartram.com

Angela Bartram is a visual artist making work as live art, video, sculptural objects and published. Her research is concerned with definitions of the human and animal, mouths, thresholds and “in‐between” spaces and the reactivation of the documentation of transient art forms. The work is based on a  series of ‘co’s’: co-dependency; co-habition relationships; co-mpanion relationships; co-llaboration.

She is Associate Professor and Head of Arts Research at the University of Derby and leads The Alternative Document, a project which comprises exhibitions, symposium and published text. Bartram is on the Executive Board for the Society for Artistic Research. She is a peer review panelist for Project Anywhere global exhibition programme (University of Melbourne), and Emotion, Space and Society journal, and consultant for The Danish National School of Performing Arts journal. Additionally she is a member of the steering group for Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands, and is an advisor to the project  Broken Grey Wires.

Selected works and exhibitions

2019
- A Share of the Future, China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing, China
- Animal Remains conference, University of Sheffield, Sheffield
-Dogs and the Elderly: the significance of interspecies companionship towards the end of life, Creative Ageing seminar series, University of Derby, Derby

2018

- Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks,Tempting Failure 18, Croydon
- Documents, Alternatives #3, curator and exhibitor, BSAD Gallery, Bath

2017
- Santa Dogs, Airspace Gallery (24/7 ‘In the Window’ artwork), Stoke on Trent
- ABBA (On Tour): the practice of process by Angela Bartram and Andrew Bracey, ProjectSpacePlus, Lincoln
- Animal Intersections, Peanut Gallery and Nexus Arts, Adelaide, Australia

2016
Be Your Dog, KARST, Plymouth

2015
Performance Ephemera, Practice Gallery, Worcester

2014
- In Dialogue, Nottingham Contemporary
- Where’s the Art?, Modern Art Oxford

2011
The Future Can Wait presents: Polemically Small curated by Edward Lucie-Smith, Torrance Art Museum, California, USA

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