Alexandra
Davenport








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Signalling back to her history in dance, Davenport’s practice uses performance, writing, moving image and the photographic as strategies to explore the ‘choreography’ of image-making.

‘Davenport has too used the body as object, interrogating limbs and joints as tools in an unyielding desire of autonomy. But she seeks to take control by unpacking the structures that are always subtly present, reclaiming the body as object as a source of subversive power.’ 

contact 


E: alexandra-davenport[at]hotmail.co.uk
IG: @alexandra.davenport 


Full CV 


upcoming / current 

 
04 Feb - 31 Mar 2019
Stop Motion: (in search of the still image); Solo Show. Hanes Art Gallery, USA.



21 Feb - 27 Apr 2019
‘Clock Work’ performance collaboration with Tom Lovelace.  Performances every Saturday for the duration.
Part of Lovelace’s solo show Interval at Flowers Gallery, London. UK

8 March – 14 July 2019
‘Circuit Training (exercises in self-doubt)’ on display at Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition, York Art Gallery. UK


2019


16 Feb - 08 Mar 2019
The Same Tendency; Group Show. Summerhall (Basement Galleries), Edinburgh. UK

26 Feb - 7 Mar 2019
Artist Residency, in conjunction with my solo show at Hanes Art Gallery. Generously supported with funding from the Office of the Provost at Wake Forest University.

17 - 24 Jan 2019 Residency at Summerhall, Edinburgh. 
As part of my residency, I led a 2-day movement-research workshop entitled ‘In (the gap) Between’ in the basement galleries. The residency work will correspond with The Same Tendency exhibiton.


08 May - 11 Nov 2018 ‘You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)’ in Night Visions as part of London at Night, Museum of London.


recent news, conversations + writing 


2019: Longlisted for Aesthetica Art Prize
2019: Longlsted for Beers Contemporary Visions 

2018: The Unstable Image (The Unstable Woman)           Notes on ‘To be confirmed: exercises in self-doubt, by Melissa Fielding 2018: PhotoGrad Featured Artist selected by Elizabeth Orcutt 2018: RCA Interview with Jessie Bond on Night Visions at The Museum of London.