UCA Farnham Fine Art tutor Annabel Frearson, currently has work exhibiting in Berlin.
ohrenhoch – the Noise Shop | Weichselstr. 49 | 12045 Berlin-Neukölln
To hear on Sunday 13 and 20 July 2014, 2pm – 9pm:
by Annabel Frearson
Annabel Frearson on ‘I’ [10 min.]:
The sonic representation of nine words from Mary Shelley’s novel ‘Frankenstein’ (1831), which could be said to sum up the basis of the story, as well as the birth of subjectivity. The sounds are sampled from a recent filmic bastardisation of the story. ‘I’ also charts Frearson’s evolving familiarisation with sound editing technologies.
This new work forms part of Frearson’s ongoing project, ‘Frankenstein2; or, the Monster of Main Stream’ which aims to reconfigure the entirety of Shelley’s novel into a new novel and associated works.
Annabel Frearson (b. 1968 UK) has participated in exhibitions and events including at Shiraz Artist House, Iran; Cafe OTO, IMT Gallery, Camden Arts Centre, LUX/ICA Biennial of Moving Images, V&A Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, London; Arnolfini, Bristol; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Haifa Museum of Art, Israel, and Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, Reno, USA. In 2012 Frearson had a solo show at xero, kline & coma in London.
Frearson studied modern languages at Bristol University and fine art at Central St Martin’s (University of the Arts) and the Slade School, UCL. She has recently submitted a PhD in art practice at Goldsmiths College, London.
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