Experience the INTER/her project at these venues.
“An immersive installation and virtual reality artwork.”
The INTER/her Project will be exhibiting at Frequency Festival between 26th – 29th October 2023.
Full INTER/her experience with tent and slots will be bookable on Evenbrite closer to the time. Some onsite booked slots will also be available.
Frequency is a platform for celebrating the pioneering spirit of digital innovation; sparking debates on digital culture, nurturing talent within the creative industries, and inspiring the digital creative in us all.
The INTER/her Project was exhibited at Ars Electronica between 5th – 10th September 2023.
A scaled-down version of the installation was presented as part of the Royal College of Art, School of Communication Showcase, entitled Digital Undercommons.
Digital Undercommons can be seen as fugitive spaces and a set of practices proposed originally to criticize the professionalization of knowledge, expanded to describe public, cultural and civic spaces and discourses whose original common purpose no longer serve those encompassed by or subject to it.
Austin, TX, USA.
The INTER/her Project was shown at the 2023 South by Southwest Festival between 10th – 13th March 2023.
The installation was part of the RCA School of Communication Showcase at UK House. Presenting a scaled-down version of the INTER/her work as part of the Narrative Ecologies Interactive Event.
Peckham Digital Festival
Eagle Wharf, London
The INTER/her Project was exhibited at Peckham Digital between 2nd – 5th February 2023.
Peckham Digital is a chance to experience some exciting and interactive artwork, create your own, learn from great artists, meet like-minded people, soak up some good vibes and make the world that little bit more creative.
There is huge potential to expand access and awareness of these art forms by getting people creating art using open source platforms and getting involved with collaborative digital communities.
Stephen Lawrence Gallery
University Of Greenwich, Stockwell Street, London
As one of the selected artworks, INTER/her was exhibited at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street, SE10 9BD.
The exhibition was free and open to the public, but part of the paid symposium.
A maximum of 3 visitors were able to experience the INTER/her project simultaneously. There were 8 time-slots available between 10:00 – 18:00 each day. Each time-slot lasted for 40 minutes, and could only booked in-person, on-site from 09:30 each day, on a first-come, first-served basis.
This exhibition ran 8th – 10th September 2022. An extra VIP event took place on 10th September, 14:00-16:00 in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery.
Barbican Arts Centre
Cinema 3, Silk Street, London
A film on the INTER/her project was shown as part of the fifth and final screening within the Carolee Schneemann Film Series, called “Art in Flux – Radical Embodiment”.
The screening took place in Cinema 3 at 18:45 on 10th November 2022, as part of the public programme of events surrouding the exhibition “Carole Schneemann: Body Politics”.
D.G. Ivey Library
University Of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The INTER/her project was exhibited at the D.G Ivey Library as part of the “Who Cares: BUILDING COMMUNITIES AND TECHNOLOGIES OF CARE” exhibition, hosted by the ArtSci Salon at the University Of Toronto, between April 7th – 30th 2022, which opened on 4th April 2022 at 4pm EST.
This exhibition was further to an artist talk and demonstration by Camille Baker at OCAD University as part of their DMG Bodies in Play (BiP) initiative., co-hosted by ArtSci Salon at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences in December 2021.
Leonardo LASER Talk
“Who Cares?” is a Speaker Series dedicated to fostering transdisciplinary conversations between doctors, writers, artists, and researchers on contemporary biopolitics of care and the urgent need to move towards more respectful, creative, and inclusive social practices of care in the wake of the systemic cracks made obvious by the pandemic.
Camille Baker presented the INTER/her project at this event as part of the “Who Cares: Building Communities And Technologies Of Care” programme, on 25th March 2022.
NEoN Festival 2021
Under the theme “Wired Women*”, NEoNs annual festival will look to address the digital gender divide and highlight the contribution of female and nonbinary artists in shaping the digital and technology-driven arts sector. A 4-day festival delivering a hybrid mix of online and physical exhibitions.
The INTER/her project was exhibited at NEoN Digital Arts Festival / Wired Women* between 10th – 13th November 2021.
Brighton Digital Festival
Gallery Lock-In, Brighton
Lock In provides a platform for artists working in durational performance to open up a critical debate with their live and non-live audiences. Now in a permanent space, the gallery hosts socially-engaged visual art exhibitions.
The INTER/her project was exhibited as part of the Brighton Digital Festival between 3rd – 7th November 2021, plus a Private View event on November 3rd, 7-9pm.
Ars Electronica 2021
UCA Artistic Presentation
The Ars Electronica “A New Digital Deal” features hundreds of lectures, presentations, concerts, performances, interactive workshops and virtual tours on the topics of art, technology and society, The festival takes place between 8th – 12th September 2021.
The INTER/her project was featured as part of the UCA Artistic Presentation, entitled “In The Invisible Garden – Where The Magic Happens” on 10th September, 5-6pm CET.
Access Space Studios
Opposite Site Gallery, Sheffield
Access Space allows people interested in art, design, computers, recycling, music, electronics, photography and more, to meet like-minded people, share and develop skills and work on creative, enterprising and technical projects.
The INTER/her project was exhibited for one month at Access Space Studios between 15th September – 8th October 2021 (Mon – Fri only). A private view took place on 14th September, 17.30 – 19.30 GMT.
EVA Conference London
Online Demo + Keynote
Held annually in July, EVA London is one of the international Electronic Visualisation & the Arts conferences. The focus is on the development and application of visualisation technologies to various domains, including art, music, dance, theatre and the sciences.
The INTER/her project exhibted at EVA London on 7th July 2021 (Demo / Walkthrough) and 9th July 2021 (Keynote Presentation.)
Art In Flux: Reclaimed
National Gallery X, London
Supported by Arts Council England, Art in Flux: Reclaimed celebrates some of the most radical and innovative media artists of our times. Showcasing artists from the under-represented spectra of society, an eclectic avant-garde of diversity featuring women-in-tech, LGBTQ+ and neurodiverse artists.
Relaunch at Kensington & Chelsea Art Week, 24th June – 4th July 2021. See the virtual exhibition via the button below.
The Brewery Tap
UCA Project Space, Folkestone
The Brewery Tap UCA Project Space is the University for the Creative Arts research hub, exhibition and project space, located in the creative quarter of historic Folkestone. UCA is a specialist arts institution, 100% creative, developing skills and thinking in environments which replicate studios found in the creative industries.
The INTER/her project was exhibited at The Brewery Tap between 23rd June and 4th July 2021.
Future locations are being finalised. Please check back again soon.