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Test Piece 
Title: ‘Daily Journey’ [2013]
Video piece, 1mn 10s. Available to watch on: http://vimeo.com/74826426

Test Piece 

Title: ‘Daily Journey’ [2013]

Video piece, 1mn 10s. Available to watch on: http://vimeo.com/74826426

Title: ‘Obsolescence’ [2013]
Exhibited as 2D text in a SALT publication. The issue was distributed 13th September 2013 at Vestige, hosted by South Kiosk at the Design Museum, London. 

Title: ‘Obsolescence’ [2013]

Exhibited as 2D text in a SALT publication. The issue was distributed 13th September 2013 at Vestige, hosted by South Kiosk at the Design Museum, London. 

Title: ‘Infinitely Frustrating Circle’ [2013]

Exhibited at ‘Get Carter’ exhibition by ReKindlepublicarts. Queen’s Wood, London. 7-8 September 2013. 

Aluminium and wooden sculpture. 

Title: ‘Tigers in the Zoo’ [2013]

Text based works. 3 different stories, using the exact same sentences but rearranging them to create a different context.

Exhibited at ‘That’s Your Lot … 43’, Alexandra Palace Park, London. April 2013.

Title: ‘Pelican Crossing- e2’ [2013]

Exhibited at ‘Interim’, LifeBoat Residency, Vyner St, London.

Open: PV Thursday 4th April 2013

Documentary work detailing in hand-written spread sheet and graphs, the pedestrians crossing a specific pelican crossing in E2 London, between 7.15am - 7.41am, 18 - 22 March 2013.

Title: 60 Second (Speech) [2013]
Video: 1mn41s
Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926044

Title: 60 Second (Speech) [2013]

Video: 1mn41s

Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926044

Title: 60 Seconds (Snap) [2013]
Video: 1mn16s
Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926043

Title: 60 Seconds (Snap) [2013]

Video: 1mn16s

Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926043

The Lonely Complaints Postal Service.
Opening at the Battersea Affordable Art Fair, London, 25th- 28th October 2012. 
Opening hours:
Wednesday 25th Charity PV: 5.30 -9.30pm
Thurday 11am - 5.30pm and PV 5.30 -9.30pm
Friday - Sunday: 11am - 6pm.
Postman will be overseeing the smooth running of the service Wed-Thurs 5.30- - 9.30pm and Saturday 11am - 6pm. You are also encouraged to enquire at these times for further information, or please email LCPS@isabellegressel.com 

The Lonely Complaints Postal Service.

Opening at the Battersea Affordable Art Fair, London, 25th- 28th October 2012. 

Opening hours:

Wednesday 25th Charity PV: 5.30 -9.30pm

Thurday 11am - 5.30pm and PV 5.30 -9.30pm

Friday - Sunday: 11am - 6pm.

Postman will be overseeing the smooth running of the service Wed-Thurs 5.30- - 9.30pm and Saturday 11am - 6pm. You are also encouraged to enquire at these times for further information, or please email LCPS@isabellegressel.com 

The Lonely Complaints Postal Service. 

Post Office open at ‘Growth’ exhibition, Queens Wood, London. 8-9th September 2012. 

A postal service allowing you to have your say, your tuppence worth of a complaint or comment. Write a letter, pop it in a franked envelope and drop it in the post pillar. It will be collected and sent to Nowhere, NW.

Photographs of installation of ‘Walking Across London in a Cloud of Balloons’ piece. Part of the BA Fine Art Degree Show 2012 at Chelsea College of Art, UAL.

Short video clip of installation available on: http://vimeo.com/46239481

Walking Across London in a Cloud of Balloons (2012)
Multi-screen video installation. 2h30mn.
On the 31st March 2012, 10 people documented a Cloud of Balloons walking across London. Each person documented in the style and manner they chose, having only minimal information about the event. This video installation displays in real time the documentation taken between 11h45 and 14h15, questioning our methods of re-presentation, documentation, and public engagement. 

Walking Across London in a Cloud of Balloons (2012)

Multi-screen video installation. 2h30mn.

On the 31st March 2012, 10 people documented a Cloud of Balloons walking across London. Each person documented in the style and manner they chose, having only minimal information about the event. This video installation displays in real time the documentation taken between 11h45 and 14h15, questioning our methods of re-presentation, documentation, and public engagement. 

18 Months of Appropriation and Exchange (January 2011 - June 2012)
15 hand-made ceramic bowls.
In January 2011, the artist sent 14 bowls that she had made by hand to 14 close female friends living in various countries. Each bowl was sent with a request: that the recipient of the bowl be willing to be its owner for a period of 18 months and they document their ownership. After the 18 months, the artist requested the bowls be returned. The exchange of physical possession was questioned along that of emotional possession. 

18 Months of Appropriation and Exchange (January 2011 - June 2012)

15 hand-made ceramic bowls.

In January 2011, the artist sent 14 bowls that she had made by hand to 14 close female friends living in various countries. Each bowl was sent with a request: that the recipient of the bowl be willing to be its owner for a period of 18 months and they document their ownership. After the 18 months, the artist requested the bowls be returned. The exchange of physical possession was questioned along that of emotional possession. 

Ticking In and Out of Unison [2012]

Sound installation. Exhibited at ‘And You, What Do Your Worship?’ exhibition, St Pancras Crypt. Available to view excerpt: https://vimeo.com/42582823

27 clock movements were attached to the wall. Only the seconds hand remained. Installed so that each movement was out of sync with the rest, within each second 27 clocks tick once creating an orderly chaos.

100 Pennies on the Pavement
Video, 7mn. Available to view on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/42582822
One early January morning, 100 pennies are placed upon a busy East End pavement. Over the course of 2 hours, the artist observed the morning rush, filming who found the pennies worthy of attention. 

100 Pennies on the Pavement

Video, 7mn. Available to view on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/42582822

One early January morning, 100 pennies are placed upon a busy East End pavement. Over the course of 2 hours, the artist observed the morning rush, filming who found the pennies worthy of attention. 

Stones


9 Stones, 9 Texts.

Behind each stone stands a text which describes the finding of the stone. But each text speaks about the same single stone. Which stone is being spoken about? Each text is told from a different narrator’s point of view. Questioning authorship and providence and the truth behind labels, this work tries to create a conflicting and humorous narrative.

Test Piece 
Title: ‘Daily Journey’ [2013]
Video piece, 1mn 10s. Available to watch on: http://vimeo.com/74826426

Test Piece 

Title: ‘Daily Journey’ [2013]

Video piece, 1mn 10s. Available to watch on: http://vimeo.com/74826426

Title: ‘Obsolescence’ [2013]
Exhibited as 2D text in a SALT publication. The issue was distributed 13th September 2013 at Vestige, hosted by South Kiosk at the Design Museum, London. 

Title: ‘Obsolescence’ [2013]

Exhibited as 2D text in a SALT publication. The issue was distributed 13th September 2013 at Vestige, hosted by South Kiosk at the Design Museum, London. 

Title: ‘Infinitely Frustrating Circle’ [2013]

Exhibited at ‘Get Carter’ exhibition by ReKindlepublicarts. Queen’s Wood, London. 7-8 September 2013. 

Aluminium and wooden sculpture. 

Title: ‘Tigers in the Zoo’ [2013]

Text based works. 3 different stories, using the exact same sentences but rearranging them to create a different context.

Exhibited at ‘That’s Your Lot … 43’, Alexandra Palace Park, London. April 2013.

Title: ‘Pelican Crossing- e2’ [2013]

Exhibited at ‘Interim’, LifeBoat Residency, Vyner St, London.

Open: PV Thursday 4th April 2013

Documentary work detailing in hand-written spread sheet and graphs, the pedestrians crossing a specific pelican crossing in E2 London, between 7.15am - 7.41am, 18 - 22 March 2013.

Title: 60 Second (Speech) [2013]
Video: 1mn41s
Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926044

Title: 60 Second (Speech) [2013]

Video: 1mn41s

Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926044

Title: 60 Seconds (Snap) [2013]
Video: 1mn16s
Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926043

Title: 60 Seconds (Snap) [2013]

Video: 1mn16s

Available to view on: http://vimeo.com/67926043

The Lonely Complaints Postal Service.
Opening at the Battersea Affordable Art Fair, London, 25th- 28th October 2012. 
Opening hours:
Wednesday 25th Charity PV: 5.30 -9.30pm
Thurday 11am - 5.30pm and PV 5.30 -9.30pm
Friday - Sunday: 11am - 6pm.
Postman will be overseeing the smooth running of the service Wed-Thurs 5.30- - 9.30pm and Saturday 11am - 6pm. You are also encouraged to enquire at these times for further information, or please email LCPS@isabellegressel.com 

The Lonely Complaints Postal Service.

Opening at the Battersea Affordable Art Fair, London, 25th- 28th October 2012. 

Opening hours:

Wednesday 25th Charity PV: 5.30 -9.30pm

Thurday 11am - 5.30pm and PV 5.30 -9.30pm

Friday - Sunday: 11am - 6pm.

Postman will be overseeing the smooth running of the service Wed-Thurs 5.30- - 9.30pm and Saturday 11am - 6pm. You are also encouraged to enquire at these times for further information, or please email LCPS@isabellegressel.com 

The Lonely Complaints Postal Service. 

Post Office open at ‘Growth’ exhibition, Queens Wood, London. 8-9th September 2012. 

A postal service allowing you to have your say, your tuppence worth of a complaint or comment. Write a letter, pop it in a franked envelope and drop it in the post pillar. It will be collected and sent to Nowhere, NW.

Photographs of installation of ‘Walking Across London in a Cloud of Balloons’ piece. Part of the BA Fine Art Degree Show 2012 at Chelsea College of Art, UAL.

Short video clip of installation available on: http://vimeo.com/46239481

Walking Across London in a Cloud of Balloons (2012)
Multi-screen video installation. 2h30mn.
On the 31st March 2012, 10 people documented a Cloud of Balloons walking across London. Each person documented in the style and manner they chose, having only minimal information about the event. This video installation displays in real time the documentation taken between 11h45 and 14h15, questioning our methods of re-presentation, documentation, and public engagement. 

Walking Across London in a Cloud of Balloons (2012)

Multi-screen video installation. 2h30mn.

On the 31st March 2012, 10 people documented a Cloud of Balloons walking across London. Each person documented in the style and manner they chose, having only minimal information about the event. This video installation displays in real time the documentation taken between 11h45 and 14h15, questioning our methods of re-presentation, documentation, and public engagement. 

18 Months of Appropriation and Exchange (January 2011 - June 2012)
15 hand-made ceramic bowls.
In January 2011, the artist sent 14 bowls that she had made by hand to 14 close female friends living in various countries. Each bowl was sent with a request: that the recipient of the bowl be willing to be its owner for a period of 18 months and they document their ownership. After the 18 months, the artist requested the bowls be returned. The exchange of physical possession was questioned along that of emotional possession. 

18 Months of Appropriation and Exchange (January 2011 - June 2012)

15 hand-made ceramic bowls.

In January 2011, the artist sent 14 bowls that she had made by hand to 14 close female friends living in various countries. Each bowl was sent with a request: that the recipient of the bowl be willing to be its owner for a period of 18 months and they document their ownership. After the 18 months, the artist requested the bowls be returned. The exchange of physical possession was questioned along that of emotional possession. 

Ticking In and Out of Unison [2012]

Sound installation. Exhibited at ‘And You, What Do Your Worship?’ exhibition, St Pancras Crypt. Available to view excerpt: https://vimeo.com/42582823

27 clock movements were attached to the wall. Only the seconds hand remained. Installed so that each movement was out of sync with the rest, within each second 27 clocks tick once creating an orderly chaos.

100 Pennies on the Pavement
Video, 7mn. Available to view on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/42582822
One early January morning, 100 pennies are placed upon a busy East End pavement. Over the course of 2 hours, the artist observed the morning rush, filming who found the pennies worthy of attention. 

100 Pennies on the Pavement

Video, 7mn. Available to view on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/42582822

One early January morning, 100 pennies are placed upon a busy East End pavement. Over the course of 2 hours, the artist observed the morning rush, filming who found the pennies worthy of attention. 

Stones


9 Stones, 9 Texts.

Behind each stone stands a text which describes the finding of the stone. But each text speaks about the same single stone. Which stone is being spoken about? Each text is told from a different narrator’s point of view. Questioning authorship and providence and the truth behind labels, this work tries to create a conflicting and humorous narrative.

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