Joanne Masding

+44 (0) 7816 124 254
joanne@joannemasding.com
Lives and works in Birmingham, UK


Solo exhibitions and projects
2019

Make Future Village History, public art commission, Persimmon Homes and Studio Response, Cardiff
2018
Flimsy Signals, permanent commission, Cornerblock, Birmingham
2017
Plaster Ghost Finger Cast, The New Art Gallery Walsall
2016
Artist in residence, University of Birmingham, Birmingham
stuffs wander off, a shape steps in, Two Queens, Leicester
2015
Shiny Surface Amnesty, Air Space Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent (residency and exhibition)
Feature gif, Digital Artist Residency (online artist residency)
2014
Echo, South Wales Echo for Cardiff Contemporary (curated by Sean Edwards)
Symbol for a Light, Longbridge Light Festival, Longbridge (commission for LED video screen. Curated by General Public)
2013
Lacquer Moving Lightly, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Joanne Masding, 501 Artspace, Chongqing, China (residency and exhibition)
The Heterotic I, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Dublin, Ireland (residency)
Standpoint Futures, Standpoint, London (residency)


Selected group exhibitions and projects
2017

In the Peaceful Dome, Bluecoat, Liverpool
Touche, Éclat, Workplace, Gateshead (Nina Chua, Daniel Davies, Joanne Masding, Yonatan Vinitsky)
Like the green fig tree, Workplace, Gateshead (Matt Antoniak, Hazel Brill, James Hindle, Harry Hurlock, Joanne Masding, Joe Shaw)
2016
Image Music Text, IMT, London (Andrew Gillespie, Andrew Lacon, Joanne Masding. Curated by Division of Labour)
After, Division of Labour, London
2015
The Place of The Scene, Bloc Projects, Sheffield (Rowena Harris, Fay Nicolson, Joanne Masding, Francesco Pedraglio)
Birmingham Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (curated by Gavin Wade and Ruth Claxton)
2013
Objectness, Outpost, Norwich (curated by Peles Empire)
At a Distance, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham
Congratulations you are the most recent visitor, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (curated by Outpost)
Warm Breeze Over Rock, The Royal Standard, Liverpool (Joanne Masding, Flore Nove-Josserand)
2012
The Possibility of an Island, Grand Union, Birmingham (curated by Tim Dixon)
Rotate: Eastside Projects and Grand Union, The Contemporary Art Society, London (curated by Ruth Claxton and Cheryl Jones)
2011
Curfew Tower, Cushendall, Northern Ireland (residency)
2010
Gene-George Earl, Joanne Masding, Ultra High Temperature, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (curated by Gavin Wade)


Awards and grants
2018

STEAMhouse, production grant
2016
John Feeney Charitable Trust, Feeney Fellow 2016-17
A-N the artist’s newsletter, professional development bursary
2013
Arts Council England, individual grants for the arts
A-N the artist’s newsletter, Venice Biennale research bursary


Selected other activities
2018

Kunst Vardo, Oslo, Norway (collaborative research residency)
2017
Traverse, Aarhus, Denmark and New Art West Midlands (research project with Mette Boel)
2016
ESP Programmer, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (programmer of associate artist development programme)
School of the Damned, class of 2017 (self-led alternative education model)
Speaker, Practicing self-organisation, Eastside Projects, Birmingham
RE:Present, cultural leadership programme (selected participant)
2015
Katharina Ludwig in residence at Grand Union, Birmingham (curated project, with Grand Union)
Guest editor, Press Room, Venice Biennale
2014
Testing Ground Masterclass, Zabludowicz Collection, London
Waving Not Drowning, BIAD, Birmingham (speaker and panel member, organised by Turning Point West Midlands)
2013
Future Now Symposium, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester (speaker and group discussion facilitator)
The Lombard Method 2013-14 programme (curated project with Adam Smythe)
Object as Process #1, Parasol Unit, London (screening and in conversation with curator and writer Harry Burke)
2009
Founder, co-director and co-curator, The Lombard Method, Birmingham


Bibliography
2018

Recent Activity Annual, published by Bobo
2017
Art Monthly, June 2016, Issue 407, Plaster Ghost Finger Cast in Midlands roundup
2015
The Guardian, The Place of the Scene in This week’s new exhibitions
a-n, The Place of the Scene in The Week’s Top Exhibitions
Birmingham Mail, 21 Leading Young Artists
Curating the Contemporary, Tom Milnes speaks to Jason Brogan and Joanne Masding
The Bad Vibes Club, Joanne Masding on gifs
2013
Corridor 8, Review of The Manchester Contemporary Art Fair
Buy Art Fair, video of The Manchester Contemporary Art Fair


Collections
Private collections in UK
Artist postcard collection (British Museum acquisition)


Education
2007 Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester




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