It’s About Time at ASC Gallery, London

It's About Time

November 2 – December 21 2013

I have made a new pixelscape work, London 2013, for this group show in ASC Gallery, London curated by Christina Niederberger and Paul Carey-Kent.

London 2013 reveals the view from Christina Niederberger’s studio on the 8th floor of ASC Studios’ Erlang House looking north over London’s newly emerging skyline.

London 2013

London 2013

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It’s About Time
Open Mon – Sat 1:30-5:00pm, November 2 – December 21, 2013
ASC Gallery
Erlang House, 128 Blackfriars Road, London, SE1 8EQ
Tel +44 (0)207 2747474

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Possession at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok, Thailand


14 March – 26 May 2013

“7 Days in June” a 10.5m long, floor based print work from my Seascape Series is included in this international group exhibition curated by Brian Curtin and Steve Dutton

Location: Main Gallery, 8th floor
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
939 Rama 1 Road, Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330

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Inter Sections: Science in Contemporary Art at the Weizmann Institute, Israel

Inter Sections

22 September – 7 December 2012

One of my large Seascape prints is included in this exhibition about meeting points between science and art at the David Lopatie Conference Centre at the Weizmann Institute of Science curated by Cathy Wills. Included are 60 works by 34 artists from around the world; each investigates various aspects of science, theory and technology: genetics, alternative energy, research into the nature of the universe and more.

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Moby Dick Big Read

Moby Dick Big Read

16 September 2012 –

One of my Seascapes will be accompanying a chapter of Moby Dick as part of the Moby Dick Big Read

A cast of 270 people including Tilda Swinton, Simon Callow, Sir David Attenborough, Stephen Fry, Benedict Cumberbatch, as well as community leaders and young people, have created an incredible digital version of Herman Melville’s prophetic masterpiece, which was first published in 1851.
Accompanying each chapter are artworks from artists including Anish Kapoor, Gary Hill, Susan Hiller, Matthew Barney, Mark Wallinger, Gavin Turk et al

The project is being co-curated by Dr Philip Hoare, artist in residence at Plymouth University’s Marine Institute, and Angela Cockayne from Bath Spa University, and is hosted by Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University.

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Susan Collins has made two new works in response to Medieval Harewood at Harewood House, Leeds

Excavation (part I), installed in All Saints Church, is a film sequence, projected on to the floor, showing an archaeologist’s hand gouging earth with a trowel during the excavation of Gawthorpe Hall the original Medieval manor house at Harewood. This work will be on display in the church as part of Medieval Harewood until 30 September 2012

A second work also called Excavation (part 2) is a short moving image photographic ‘portrait’ exploring Medieval Harewood through its landscape.
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Love Brid in Welcome to the Treasuredome

Love Brid at the Treasuredome

Friday 10 and Saturday 11 August 2012

Love Brid has been included in ‘Welcome to the Treasuredome’, an Artists’ moving image festival at ICCI 360 curated by Stuart Moore and Kayla Parker on behalf of ICCI (Innovation for the Creative and Cultural Industries) with Plymouth University; part of Maritime Mix – London 2012 Cultural Olympiad by the Sea programme, Weymouth.
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Love Brid on Canary Wharf Screen

Love Brid

June – August 2012

Love Brid has been included in an Animate Projects programme of films, Move on Up, screening at Canary Wharf station from June to August 2012.

The Move on Up programme is a selection from the Animate Collection of dynamic, exciting, uplifting, provocative and beautiful films made by animation artists in the UK over last 20 years. Artists include Run Wrake, Stuart Hilton, Susan Collins, Andrew Kötting and Semiconductor.

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Born in 1987: The Animated GIF
at The Photographer’s Gallery

animated gull

19 May – 1 July 2012

An Animated GIF from the opening sequence of Love Brid is currently screening on ‘The Wall’ at the all new Photographers’ Gallery.
‘The Wall’ is a flat screen video wall hosting the Gallery’s new digital programme. ‘Born in 1987: The Animated GIF’, is its first exhibition. The gallery invited contributions from a range of practitioners resulting in over 40 animated GIFs which will be joined later in the show by contributions from members of the public.

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The Photographer’s Gallery
16 – 18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW
Monday – Saturday 10.00 – 18.00
Thursday 10.00 – 20.00
Sunday 11.30 – 18.00

Found Footage: Whitechapel

Found Footage Whitechapel

14 October – 20 November 2011

‘Found Footage: Whitechapel’ is the latest in a series of animated works constructed entirely from still digital photographs, which play on the relationship between the still and moving image. The others in the series include ‘Love Brid’ (2009), a short film commissioned by Animate Projects, and ‘Found Footage: Bangkok’ for an exhibition at BU Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand (2010).
For ‘Found Footage: Whitechapel’, Susan Collins photographed over 10,000 images around Shoreditch, Whitechapel and Stepney over a few days in July 2011.
The title refers to the ‘found’ subjects which Collins came across, framed and captured with her camera.

Idea Store Whitechapel
321 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1BU

Opening Times: Mon – Thurs 9am – 9pm, Fri 9am – 6pm, Sat 9am – 5pm, Sun 11am – 5pm

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Transitio_MX 04: Collateral Affections


30 September – 9 October 2011

Susan Collins’ Glenlandia archive will be showing in the Transitio Festival, Mexico City alongside works by a range of artists working with new media including Jim Campbell, Woody and Steina Vasulka and Julien Maire.

Collins is also giving an artists talk on the work in the Transitio Symposium on Tuesday 4th October 10:00 – 13:00 in Panel III: Artífices de lo Sagrado which will be held at CENART , Auditorio Blas Galindo

For further information, visit the Transitio website or contact:
Festival Internacional de Artes Electrónicas y Video • Transitio_MX 04 • Afecciones Colaterales
Centro Multimedia del Centro Nacional de las Artes
Av. Río Churubusco No. 79, Col. Country Club, Coyoacán, México D.F. Tel. (55) 4155 0000 ext. 1207

Uncontainable: Broken Stillness at ISEA 2011 Istanbul


14 – 21 September 2011

Showing the Glenlandia archive in this exhibition alongside works by boredomresearch, David Cotterrell, Sigune Hamann, Peter Hardie, Tim Head and Susan Sloan. Uncontainable: Broken Stillness is an exhibition supported as part of ISEA 2011 Istanbul and is also part of the Official Parallel Program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

Curated by Helen Sloan, Director, SCAN

10am – 6pm Daily
Şirket-I Hayriye Sanat Galerisi
Uncontainable: Broken Stillness

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Songs of The Sea at the National Glass Centre, Sunderland


21 July – 30 October 2011

Prints from Seascape and a new pixel by pixel live feed from Sunderland’s Roker Beach webcam is being included in the exhibition Songs of the Sea at the National Glass Centre, Sunderland.
Through artists’ work, archive ships’ logs and sound recordings, the exhibition explores the sea as a metaphor for storytelling. Other artists include Laura Belem and Richard Marquis.

Monday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm. Last admission 4.45pm. Admission Free

National Glass Centre, Liberty Way, Sunderland, SR6 0GL
Tel: 0191 515 5555