By Clare Charnley
look into my screen …. sleep… sleep …. sleep … sleep … sleep… sleep …. sleep … sleep… sleep …. sleep … sleep … sleep… sleep …. sleep … sleep … Hypnotist - Pam Burrett Clare Charnley’s work is often dialogic and includes strangers. Interested in language as a site of critical play, she is curious to see what shifts as objects, words and intentions move between places. She also works with Brazilian artist, Patricia Azevedo with whom she generates a series of encounters, games and stories to do with the act of communication itself. Venues include The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool: Belfast Exposed Gallery, Belfast: PSL Project Space Leeds: Johalla Gallery, Chicago: Binaural, Portugal: PNEM Sound Art Festival, Netherlands: Platforma, London: Ex Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico and NYLO, Living Art Museum, Reykjavik. Clare lives in Leeds and is Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Leeds Metropolitan University. Clare was commissioned by Beacon Art Project to re-stage an earlier performance of hers for ‘Seen Created’ at the Terry O’Toole Theatre, Lincoln in 2013.