Georgie Grace

Born in the UK. Lives and works in Cambridge (UK).

Biography

Georgie Grace’s video works address the idea of the conscious mind and the act of speech. She collages silent text on screen cut together with a variety of textured imagery taken from 1960s architecture publications, pop cultural scientific references, mineral elements or landscapes of space. By pulling fragments of text from overheard conversations, presentations or lectures, she inscribes within her videos a paranoia about the unknown future.

 

Recent exhibitions include: Machines to Crystallize Time, with CJ Mahony, Smiths Row, Bury St. Edmunds, UK (2015); Jerwood Encounters: 3-Phase: this time of day can be dangerous, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK (2015); Jerwood Encounters: 3-Phase: Kelly Best and Georgie Grace, Jerwood Space, London, UK (2015);Tenderflix, ICA, London (2014); The Campsite, Curating Cambridge, The Hand that Takes, Cambridge Junction, Cambridge, UK (2014); ESP Showreel, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2014); Opem 3, The Collection, Lincoln, UK (2014); Invisible Fabrick: An Endless Volume, Lazar House, Norwich, UK (2014); Ride the Judd, Act III: Under the Tongue, Hardy Tree Gallery, London (2014); Demolition, Aid & Abet, Cambridge (2014); Paper Stages, Season launch, Cambridge Junction, Cambridge (2014).

Exhibitions

Inner Landscapes of Time

Amsterdam, 13 Jun - 18 Jul '15