School of Music and Fine Art Visiting Artist Talk: Bonnie Camplin

School of Music and Fine Art Visiting Artist Talk: Bonnie Camplin
The Historic Dockyard Chatham, Chatham, ME4 4TZ

The School of Music and Fine Art offers an exciting programme of talks from visiting artists, writers, filmmakers, curators and performers, with national and international profiles.  Previous speakers have included Lindsay Seers, Jeremy Deller, Oreet Ashery, Sonia Boyce, Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt and John Russell.

Bonnie Camplin (Turner Prize nominee 2015 for The Military Industrial Complex) was born in London in 1970, and her work includes drawing, film, performance, music and writing.

The Military Industrial Complex took the form of a study room exploring what ‘consensus reality’ is and how it is formed, drawing from physics to philosophy, psychology, witchcraft, quantum theory and warfare.

She studied at St. Martins School of Art, London, and holds a BA (Hons) Fine Art:Film and Video and a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Photography. Recent solo exhibitions have been held at Cabinet London (2013), Michael Benevento in Los Angeles (2012), and Galerie Cinzia Friedlaender, Berlin (2011).

Bonnie was included in Assembly, A survey of Recent Artists Film and Video in Britain 2008–2013, Tate Britain, London (2013); Sound works, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2012); Madame Realism, Marres Centre for Contemporary Art, Maastricht (2011); and When the Wind Blows Up You, Chisenhale Gallery, London (2009). She is currently a lecturer in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College.

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The talk is FREE to attend. Book via Eventbrite.

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