Website for artist Simon Pope (b.1966, Exeter, England). Contains links to art work from mid-1990s to the present including I/O/D 4: The Web Stalker (1997); Ambulant Science Studio, commissioned for the Wales pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2003; the curated touring group-exhibition and BBC Online production, Art for Networks (2000-3); and recent doctoral, post-doctoral and other research projects at the University of Oxford, Goldsmiths University of London, and University of Toronto.
Here's To Thee enters its next phase in 2020-21 with the support of Arts and Culture University of Exeter and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) in Exeter (England). I'll be working with Harry G. West and his colleagues at the Centre for Rural Policy Research, students from the Food Studies programme, as well as continuing to collaborate with the artists involved in the project's first phase. This work will be presented between 2020-22 at RAMM.
The Dialogic reconvened in September 2020, with plans for more meetings later in the year, and a publication.
The film Memory Marathon (2010) is currently screening on FVU's new online player at https://www.fvu.co.uk/watch/ (July 15-August 18 2020)
SCHOOL-ART-SCHOOL runs from July 2020 at Artscape Gibraltar Point (Toronto, Canada), as an artistic response to the challenges of participating in formal, state education under current pandemic-related restrictions.
Here's to Thee: wassailing the microbial ecology of cider-making was produced in Devon, England with a live event on 18th January 2020. Supported by SSHRC & Arts Council England, in collaboration with Dr. Sue Ruddick (University of Toronto), singer/song-writer Jim Causley, ceramic artist Abigail North, and Gray's Farm Cider. The project is planned to enter its next phase in 2020-21, in partnership with Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter (England).
Forward Back Together, and the Materialities of Taking Part – my correspondence with geographer. Saskia Warren, has just been published in Boyd, C. and Edwardes, C. (eds) Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts (Springer, London) in April 2019; and my correspondence with Rachelle Viader-Knowles, and Glen Lowry is published in Loveless, N., Knowings and Knots: Methodologies and Ecologies in Research-Creation. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press in December 2019.
Untitled Walk (for YSP)(2011)
A Walk from London to Worthing (2004)
Executable software application