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Carol Laidler

Carol Laidler

Carol Laidler, I O In The Dark (2020), digital photograph and text. Courtesy the artist

Studio 79

Carol Laidler completed an MFA at UWE and a BA (hons) in Fine Art at Psalter Lane, Sheffield. She lived and exhibited in Germany between 1990 and 2009. Combining site-specific installations, writing, performance, sound, photography and film, her work concerns ideas surrounding narrative, history, perception and other-than-human experience.

Recent projects include: Chimera States, readings (2020/21); In Free Fall, sculpture and sound installation, in collaboration with Huma Mulji, David Alesworth, Eilis Kirby, Sarah, Rhys, Centre of Gravity, Gardiner Haskins, Bristol (2020); (The Distance) Between Us, Canopy, Forest of Dean, (2020); Every Few Hours Someone Cries, sound installation; Glenside Hospital Museum, with alldaybreakfast (2020); Walking-Not-Walking, film and performance talk with Davina Kirkpatrick, selected for Flat Pack Film Festival, Birmingham (2020); Mosquito Song, shown in Spike Island Print studio (2019); Tide Turns, film (2018); | Bank | performance talk with Carolyn Black, both presented at Liquidscapes, Dartington Hall (2018); The Bulletins of Miscellaneous Information, sound installation with David Alesworth in Lawrence Garden, Lahore Biennial (2018); Soundings sound and sculptural installation, with alldaybreakfast and Edson Burton, St Mary Redcliffe church (2017/18); Changing Rooms sound installation with Pat Jamieson, selected for Primordial Soup, Fringe Arts Bath (2017); Unlocked, promenade theatre performance, produced and written by members of alldaybreakfast, directed by Lily McLeish, Glenside Hospital Museum (2017); Unlocked residency and exhibition with alldaybreakfast, The Vestibules, Bristol City Hall and The Arcade, Bristol (2016-17)

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GALLERY CURRENTLY CLOSED

Please note our galleries are currently closed for the installation of our next exhibitions, Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran, When There Is No More Music to Write and Tanoa Sasraku, Terratypes. We will reopen on Saturday 28th May.