Beatrice Gibson

Beatrice Gibson

Portrait of Beatrice Gibson.
Beatrice Gibson (b.1978) is an artist and film maker based in London. Investigating ideas around voice, speech, collective production and the problems of representation, her films deploy notation and conversation as paradigms for their production. A Necessary Music, made in

collaboration with composer Alex Waterman, won the Tiger Award for best short at the Rotterdam Film Festival in 2009. The more recent Agatha (2012) won Special Mention at the Courtisane Film Festival, in Ghent. Recent solo exhibitions and presentations include: Beatrice Gibson, The Showroom, London (2012-13) The Tiger's Mind, Chapter 3, CAC Bretigny, (2012) The Tiger's Mind, Chapter 2, Kunstverein Amsterdam, (2011) The Tiger's Mind, Chapter 1, Kunsterlhaus Stuttgart, (2010), Beatrice Gibson, Anthology Film Archives, (2012) The Future's Getting Old Like The Rest Of Us, Serpentine Gallery, London, (2010) and Beatrice Gibson, Park Nights, Serpentine Gallery, London (2010). Film festivals include: The London Film Festival, The Rotterdam Film Festival, Images Festival, Toronto, Migrating Forms, New York, Courstiane Film Festival, Ghent, CHP DOX, Copenhagen, Oberhausen and Hors Pistes, Pompidou Paris. The Tigers Mind premiered in the Experimenta Section of The London Film Festival. Gibson is one the artist in focus at this years Hors Pistes Festival in the Pompidou Centre, Paris.

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