16 March 2022 – Rachel Garfield
Rachel Garfield is an artist who works in video, paintinng and writes on contemporary art. Garfield is Professor in Fine Art at the University of Reading and has recently published the monograph, Experimental Filmmaking and Punk: Feminist Audio Visual Culture in the 1970s and 1980s, Bloomsbury, 2021. Recent exhibitions of Garfield’s video work include a solo exhibition at Beaconsfield Gallery London (2022), screening at Star and Shadow, Force/Fields: Three Works on Conflict, Militarism and their Legacies, Newcastle, (2019), Unsensed, group show at the Hatton gallery Newcastle (2015), London Short Film Festival (2013), ICA London, Solo show Beaconsfield London (2012). As well as reviews, Garfield’s work has featured in for example, “An ‘Other’ History: Feminist Art in Britain Since 1970’ Amelia Jones (eds. John Slyce, Adler, Phoebe), Contemporary Art in the United Kingdom, London: Black Dog Publishing, p.181, 2015, Steyn, Julia, “In the Hinterlands: Identity, Migration & Memory”, Cross-cultural Identities: Art, Migrants and the Metaphor of Waste, Steyn, Juliet, Stamselberg, Nadja (eds.) I.B.Tauris, pp. 97-122 (core case study), 2013.