Corpsed, Holly Antrum
This is a limited edition of 60. Signed and numbered by the artist.
Lithograph & Screenprint on Tracing Paper
Size: 610 x 480 mm
About the Artist
Holly Antrum is a graduate of the Royal College of Art.
Lives and works in London. Antrum studied at Wimbledon School of Art 2002-05 and obtained her MA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art in 2011. The artist is known for her print and film works.
Recent solo exhibitions and screenings include: Holly Antrum – OnScreen, Carroll/Fletcher, London (2014), A Diffuse Citizen, Outpost, Norwich (2014) and Catalogue: H, J, Outpost, Norwich (2014). Selected group exhibitions and screenings include: Field Work: Of film, sound and voice, ICA, London (2016), Women’s Filmmaking in Contemporary Britain, BIMI – Birkbeck, London (2015), Flatness: Index, Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn (2015), The London Open, The Whitechapel Gallery, London (2015), Autumn Screening, Almanac Inn, Turin (2014), ABC in Sound, Exhibition Research Centre, John Moore’s University, Liverpool (2013), In the House of Mr and Mrs X, Temporary Gallery, Cologne (2013), InCounter, The Bussey Building, London (2011), New Contemporaries, A Foundation, Liverpool and ICA, London (2010) and RCA secret, Royal College of Art, London (2009).
Antrum was a resident artist in the Kanoria Centre for Art, Ahmedabad, India in 2008, and the artist participated in an RCA studio residency at the Cité Internationale des Artes, Paris in 2010. More recently, Antrum was the artist in residence at ACME Fire Station Work/Live Residency, Bow, London in 2015. Antrum's work is part of notable print collections, including Royal College of Art printmaking department archive, London and Kanoria Centre for Art, Ahmedabad, India.
About the Collection
From the collection Folio, created in response to works by Shakespeare by Royal College of Art Printmaking students, staff and invited artists to celebrate the Royal Shakespeare Company’s fiftieth birthday. These prints were originally displayed during a celebrated exhibition by the same name in 2011. The prints reflect the act of performing and making theatre, and how the works of Shakespeare are researched and received by a generation fluent in digital media. All proceeds from sales go towards supporting future students at the Royal College of Art.