Gill Shreeve Northumberland, United Kingdom
Gill Shreeve's work explores the encounter between inner and outer. She is a Newcastle University Master of Fine Art graduate and based near Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
My art practice explores the encounter between inner and outer, the sensing experience of the moving act. It responds to the presence and energy of our way-finding, the flux of transitioning between internal and external worlds, between mind and matter. It resides in the periphery of where one thing flows into the other.
I am interested in what we make of the world, rather than what we find in the world.
Projects and exhibitions
MFA Degree Show 2018
24/08/2018 — 08/09/2018
An exhibition of MFA first and second year students work. Each student put forward a proposal for an individual space or studio in which to develop work between 25 June and 24 August. The work was then presented a group show open to the public as well as assessed by fine art university staff.
|Newcastle University, UK, Newcastle Upon Tyne||Details|
MFA Connect Newcastle University UK & Victoria University Canada
13/05/2018 — 30/06/2018
MFA Connect integrated the work of six Master of Fine Art postgraduate students from Victoria University Canada and six MFA students from Newcastle University UK. The group show travelled from the Audain Gallery in southwest Canada to the Ex Libris Gallery Newcastle University. Each group of students hosted a reception at the respective...[Read more]
|Audain Gallery Victoria University Canada & Ex Libris Gallery Newcastle University UK, Victoria & Newcastle Upon Tyne||Details|
02/04/2018 — 08/04/2018
'Trainsitioning' was a solo show incorporating installation and moving image. The work was based on drawings from my observations from a train window of visual complexities created by movement and speed. During the 1950s, Richard Hamilton created a series of works from similar observations, on train journeys between London and Newcastle. he...[Read more]
|Long Gallery Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne||Details|
21/02/2018 — 21/02/2017
A one night event of site specific works by Master of Fine Arts and Creative Arts students from Newcastle University. The works were created to respond directly to the Mining Institute building and history.
|The Mining Institute, Newcastle Upon Tyne||Details|
31/01/2018 — 13/02/2018
An architecture, fine art and engineering collaborative project where groups of students created a both a short film and installation in response to another film work or scene. The intensive project culminated in a group presentation of works created.
|Architecture Department Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne||Details|