JAMIE CREWE

CURRICULUM VITAE

A beautiful bronze figure with a polished cocotte's head

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS 

2024:      Defixiones, Radclyffe Hall, Glasgow, SCT.

2022:      False Wife, digital project. 

2020:      Ashley, LUX, London, ENG.

               Love & Solidarity, Grand Union, Birmingham, ENG. 

               Solidarity & Love, Humber Street Gallery, Hull, ENG. 

2018:      Pastoral Drama, Tramway, Glasgow, SCT. 

2017:      Female Executioner, Gasworks, London, ENG. 

2016:      But what was most awful was a girl who was singing, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, SCT. 

 

PERFORMED WORK 

2017:     Potash Lesson, as part of the Lichtspiele series, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, DEU. 

2016:     Potash Lesson, as part of Artists’ Moving Image Festival 2016, Tramway, Glasgow, SCT. 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 

2023:     Ridykes’ Cavern of Fine Inverted Wines and Deviant Videos, Nottingham Contemporary, ENG. 

              Screen Series, The New Museum, NYC, USA.

             ADULTS ONLY,  Transmission, Glasgow, SCT.

2022:    British Art Show 9, various venues in Manchester, Plymouth, Wolverhampton, and Aberdeen, ENG and SCT.

2019:    STILL I RISE: FEMINISMS, GENDER, RESISTANCE, ACT 3, Arnolfini, Bristol, ENG. 

             I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Kathy Acker, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, ENG. 

             STILL I RISE: FEMINISMS, GENDER, RESISTANCE, ACT 2, The De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, ENG. 

2018:    KW Production Series (with Beatrice Gibson), Julia Stoschek Collection, Berlin, DEU. 

             Home of Multiple Occupancy (HOMO), Transmission, Glasgow, SCT. 

             Cellular World, GoMA, Glasgow, SCT. 

2017:    As The Story Was Told, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, NIR. 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 

2023:    False Wife Comments, printed book in an edition of 40, 708 pages (author). 

2022:    The Moon Spins The Dead Prison: An Anthology of Abolition, a publication by School of Abolition (contributor). 

2020:    ON CARE, a journal published by MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE (contributor). 

2017:    GLAIRE, a chapbook published by MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE (author). 

 

FESTIVAL SCREENINGS 

2023:    False Wife, as part of the ‘Currents’ strand at the 61st New York Film Festival, New York, USA. 

             False Wife, as part of the ‘New Cinema Award’ strand at the Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, ENG. 2022: 

             False Wife, as part of the ‘Competition’ strand at the 35th European Media Arts Festival, Osnabrück, DEU. 

 

PROGRAMMING 

2024:    Two screenings (WHOLE BODY LIKE GONE and SUDDEN FLASH) for 37th European Media Arts Festival, Osnabrück, DEU.  

2023:    Winter School, a weekend of screenings, conversation and activities organised by LUX Scotland at Hospitafield, Arbroath, SCT.  

2020:    How She Survived, an online screening with Grand Union and Humber Street Gallery. 

             Men’s Work, a screening, CCA, Glasgow, SCT. 

2018:    Rustic Prologue, a screening, Tramway, Glasgow, SCT. 

             Bucolic Coda, a screening, KW Institute of Contemporary Art, Berlin, DEU. 

 

AWARDS 

2023:   Recipient of a Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Artists.

2022:   Shortlisted for the Jarman Award. 

2022:    Recipient of the EMAF Award for groundbreaking work in media art (35th European Media Arts Festival, Osnabrück, DEU).  

2020:    Recipient of a Turner Bursary. 

2019:    Winner of the Margaret Tait Award 2019/20.