Angela Bulloch news

Angela Bulloch news

Image: BIG WOMEN: Curated by Sarah Lucas

BIG WOMEN: Curated by Sarah Lucas

Featuring Angela Bulloch and Rachel Howard
11 February - 18 June 2023
Under the headline BIG WOMEN, the Colchester gallery will showcase work by leading female artists. 
Image: Angela Bulloch (in the 2-RAUM of the Museum Art.Plus)

Angela Bulloch (in the 2-RAUM of the Museum Art.Plus)

Angela Bulloch
Museum Art.Plus, Donaueschingen, Germany
17 October - 17 November, 2019

Complementing the Donaueschingen Music Festival, Museum Art.Plus is showing works by Angela Bulloch (b.1966) in the 2-Raum. Bulloch, who is recognised as one of the so-called ‘Young British Artists' who shook up the British art world in the 1990s, works in a wide range of media. Her main interest are systems, patterns and rules. In Donaueschingen, the artist presents a number of sound-activated drawing machines that respond to the sound of music. Although viewers are not privy to the sound, they witness the visualisation of music.

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Image: Angela Bulloch, Elliptical Song Drawing Machine: Peacock Blue, 2018



Angela Bulloch
Museum Art Architecture Technology, Lisbon
4 October 2019 - 20 April 2020

Angela Bulloch’s new site-specific installation for MAAT’s Oval Gallery combines the artist’s research on three-dimensional perception, time and virtuality with the spatial and acoustic characteristics of this singular exhibition space. The project will include a set of new video works, integrating multiple projections, virtual reality, avatars and 3D animations. The installation also features some of the artist’s most iconic pieces, such as her geometric stacked columns and wall paintings, besides works that explore  3D animation, interpassivity, role playing and matters of conscience. In the same line of previous interventions at the Oval Gallery, Angela Bulloch now brings to this space a unique proposition which integrates new digital technology and contemporary art.

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Installation view: Angela Bulloch, Anima Vectorias, MAAT, Oval Gallery, 2019

Photography: Bruno Lopes

Photo credit: courtesy of EDP Foundation

Image: Centennial Kickoff

Centennial Kickoff

Angela Bulloch
The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
16 September 2018

The Phillips Collection, Washington, celebrates the reopening of the newly renovated Phillips House. For the occasion the collection will inaugurate a specially commissioned outdoor sculpture by Angela Bulloch.

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Image: Myth, Music and Electricity

Myth, Music and Electricity

Angela Bulloch
Herkulessaal, Munich, Germany
29 November 2017, 8PM

Myth, Music and Electricity is part of "contemporary art as concert", a series of events initiated by artgenève/musique, a platform for musical and ephemeral works by artists. The event aims to explore different approches to producing and receiving art and music, playing with the status and the sociability of the location and will include a performance by Angela Bulloch. 

Image: Angela Bulloch & David Grubbs: The Wired Salutation

Angela Bulloch & David Grubbs: The Wired Salutation

Serralves Foundation, Porto, Portugal
26 October 2017

The Wired Salutation is an immersive audio visual performance realised by Angela Bulloch and the composer and musician David Grubbs. Bulloch sets into motion the process by which images and ideas degrade while expanding to encompass video, live performance, and a composition for theatre lighting, taking the audience on a trip inside the image.  David Grubbs stresses and strains an initially coherent piece of music until its constituent parts agree to peacefully disassemble. The live musical component is undertaken by a group featuring Grubbs (electric guitar and voice) and Italian musicians Andrea Belfi (drums and electronics) and Stefano Pilia (electric guitar).

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Image: STARS: Cosmic Art from 1900 up to the Present

STARS: Cosmic Art from 1900 up to the Present

Angela Bulloch
Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz, Austria
29 September 2017 - 14 January 2018

This cross-media group exhibition presents work by a selection of artists who have investigated the relationship between human beings and the stars. Including a work by Angela Bulloch from the Night Sky series.

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