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Sarah Tulloch: ObjectImage

Matthew Hearn Marjolaine Ryley Sarah Tulloch

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Daylight Books
16 May 2017
Art & design styles: Conceptual art; Collage & photomontage; Individual artists, art monographs
Sarah Tulloch: ObjectImage roots itself in album collections of the artist and others that are linked to the social tradition and history of documenting family. Through collage, Tulloch maintains a thread between past and future with her ability to form new connections within the image composition. The work continues to evolve including the use of contemporary newspaper images. Tulloch's use of photomontage allows her to re-focus the media, re-compose the image and ultimately re-find and re-purpose the photographic subject.

Sarah Tulloch holds a First Class honors degree from the Bristol School of Art and a Design and Distinction, Master of Fine Arts from Newcastle University. She concentrates on a close-range investigation of found photographs as both objects with specific material qualities and images in themselves. Her book, published by Daylight Books, is supported by the Arts Council England. Tulloch has been exhibited by Plus Arts Projects, the Mayor's Parlour, London, Baltic 39, and MIMA Emerging Curators.
By (photographer):   Sarah Tulloch
Foreword by:   Marjolaine Ryley
Contributions by:   Matthew Hearn
Imprint:   Daylight Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 242mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 20mm
Weight:   726g
ISBN:   9781942084372
ISBN 10:   1942084374
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   16 May 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Sarah Tulloch graduated from Bristol School of Art and Design with First Class Honours in 2005. She was then awarded the UWE/Spike Island Graduate Fellowship 2006-7 and exhibited New Slide Works at Spike Island in 2007. At the same time she was selected for a Small Wonders Award with Picture This and her 16mm films entitled Double Exposure were selected for the shorts programme, Ways to Walk, at the Rotterdam International Film Festival, 2007. She was then awarded an AHRC grant to study full-time for an MFA at Newcastle University and was artist in residence at Moorbank Botanic garden during her final year. She graduated with distinction and a Rednile commission with Berwick Film and Media Festival followed. She was also included in a group show Oasis that featured work from Juneau projects, Tessa Farmer and Heather and Ivan Morrison. She has exhibited with Plus Arts Projects, London showing alongside artists from Tracey Emin to Matt Collishaw. She has recently shown new work Cut Series in RIFT at Baltic 39 and was awarded an arts council grant to develop her printing process for this exhibition. New work, Newspaper heads was recently shortlisted for Jerwood Encounters: Family Politics and showcased on the Photoworks website. Other projects include Galimaufry: representing a group of artists with similar interests in working and manipulating found images and objects. Their first show was in February 2012 at Bristol's Motorcade/Flashparade. In 2014/5 Sarah was commissioned to make a three-channel video installation at the National Trust's Biddulph Grange Gardens as part of the Trust New Arts programme. Sarah is currently working on production of a book of her works including Cut Series with Daylight books in the US. She is supported in this endeavour by Arts Council England. Alongside the book project Sarah has created Collage Culture with Annie O'Donnell and Katy Cole they will exhibit a part 1 and part 2 series of events and exhibitions relating to collage and photomontage making and the book format at NewBridge Project, Newcastle and Platform A gallery, Middlesborough in 2017. Further Links: Marjolaine Ryley was born in London, in 1974. She studied for a BA (hons) in Photography at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design from 1993 --1996. She gained an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art from 1998-2000. Ryley has exhibited and published her work both nationally and internationally including exhibitions at Impressions Gallery, Bradford, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, The Palacio des Artes, Porto and Wolverhampton Art Gallery, West Midlands. In 2005 Ryley received a Research Development Fellowship to undertake 'The Last Picture Show' a project looking at the changing nature of family photography in the digital age at the 'Photography and the Archive Research Centre', UCAL. Her publications include Villa Mona - A Proper Kind of House (Trace Editions, 2006), Field Study 7 'Residence Astral' (PARC 2008) Growing up in the New Age (Daylight books, 2013) and The Thin Blue Line, The Deep Red Sea (NEPN, 2015). Ryley is currently Artist in Residence at the 'Dilston Physic Garden' Corbridge, UK where she is working on a new project 'A Gardener's Daughter'. Her work is held in the collections of the V&A and Serralves museum. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in Photography at the University of Sunderland. Matthew Hearn is a curator and writer based in Newcastle upon Tyne. He studied Fine Art at Newcastle University and since 2008 has been a lecturer on their undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Since 2015 he has also been lecturing at Northumbria University. In 2012 he completed a PhD on the Locus+ Archive with University of Sunderland. Between 2004 and 2008 Matthew worked with Locus+ developing projects with artists including Chris Burden, Layla Curtis, Janice Kerbel and Leo Fitzmaurice. He has previously curated exhibitions at Globe and National Glass Centre, Sunderland and worked on projects with the Laing Art Gallery, NGCA, VANE, Workplace and BALTIC39. Matthew has contributed to various magazines and publications and has written widely around artists practice. He also co-developed I'll be your mirror, an online platform and events program designed to enhance and support dialogue, discussion and conversation in the arts.

Reviews for Sarah Tulloch: ObjectImage

.. .an elegantly designed book..., - Hyperallergic, June 20, 2017 ObjectImage is an argument for the inconspicuous., - Musee Magazine, July 21, 2017

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