Towards the Mean - Installation image
from Writing Wrongs [Hopless 2], 2015
Pencil on paper, 22 x 32.5 cm




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Close Up: Small Wide Views — Marianne Holm Hansen
Neil Elcome, Shutter Hub, UK, 2014
Text on the project 'Small Wide Views'.

Possible Content for 18 Pages|This Page Intentionally Left Blank

Edited/ curated by Franz Thalmair
Revolver Publishing, Berlin, 2014
Published on the ocassion of the exhibition 'This Page Intentionally Left Blank', Akbank Art Center, Istanbul, the book features extensive exhibition documentation, texts by Vilém Flusser, Kenneth Goldsmith and Franz Thalmair as well as artists' contributions made especially for the publication.

Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology
Works from Typing (Not Writing) are included in Barry Tullett's 'Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology', published by Laurence King Publishing, London, 2014.

TYPE TYING TYPINGS TYPIST TYBE
Illustrated transcript of a conversation between VerySmallKitchen and Marianne Holm Hansen in London's Bethnal Green on 22 February 2012.






NEWS ARCHIVE/ PAST

TOWARDS THE MEAN — Sampling Britishness Today
The Barbican, London
Foyer Art Projects, Level G
16 March - 19 June 2016
Free Admission
Interactive installation aiming to bring into play questions about contemporary desires to define national identity. Designed in association with Seth Scott + Guildhall Electronic Musicians (Sound) and Marinos Koutsomichalis (Software Development).


TOWARDS THE MEAN Identity in Britain Today
A discussion on the impact of defining identities.
The Barbican, London
Frobisher Auditorium 2
Tuesday 14 June 2016 | 7pm
Free Admission | Booking Required

Curated with Orlagh Woods (The Barbican) to expand on some of the questions raised by the installation "Towards the Mean" (above) — with presentations by reporter and writer Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, psychoanalyst Kannan Navaratnem, and Reader in International Politics Claudia Aradau.


THE FUTURE IS HERE AGAIN: VISUAL LANGUAGE
Group Exhibition curated by Holly Crawford and Nico Vassilakis
AC Institute, New York
January 22 - February 7 2015
Featuring works from COLDFRONT 'vispo', 'The Last Vispo Anthology: Visual Poetry' and much more.


LESS THAN 10 COPIES LEFT SOLD OUT
100 things not worth repeating: on repetition
Marianne Holm Hansen | LemonMelon, 2011
Funded by Arts Council England
A book, an art object, a project, a collaboration, a Publication of 100 international responses to the survey project '100 things not worth repeating' contextualised by commissioned essays, text and artworks 'on repetition' by David Berridge, Marina Gržinić, Rupert Hartley, Juliet Haysom, Roni Horn, Barbara Johnstone, Joan Jonas, James Morris, Jonathan Rée, Fred Scharmen, Mike Solomon, Sue Tompkins, Jill Townsley and Lucy Wilson.
More
Buy Online [LemonMelon]


OPEN STUDIO
Drinks, Dialogues and Temporary Discounts
Thursday 13 November 2014 | 2pm – 8pm
Saturday 15 November 2014 | 12 – 4pm
Sunday 16 November 2014 | 12  – 4pm
Please email to RSVP
More information here (+ link to map etc)


HUMAN FACTOR: DRAWING AS EXPLORING
Hayward Gallery, London
Tuesdays, 24 June, 1 July and 8 July 2014
In the Galleries, 6.30– 8.45pm
Series of three life-drawing workshops to explore drawing in relation to looking and thinking about the body, contemporary art and architectural space. Part of 'The Human Factor: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture'.
More information/ Booking


THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK
Curated by Franz Thalmair
Akbank Art Center , Istanbul
19 March - 17 May 2014
Opening: Tuesday 18 March | 7 - 9pm
Based on 'The Gesture of Writing' by Vilém Flusser with works by John Baldessari, Fiona Banner, VALIE EXPORT, Kenneth Goldsmith, Wade Guyton, Daniel Hafner, Marianne Holm Hansen, Bethan Huws, Joséphine Kaeppelin, Michael Kargl, Ulrich Kehrer & Agnes Miesenberger, Jörg Piringer, Falke Pisano, Stefan Riebel, Karin Sander, Ignacio Uriarte and Anita Witek.
More information (e-flux)


TOPOGRAPHY DISARRANGED: LANDSCAPE, DISLOCATION AND PLACE
Curated by The Queen of Hungary with Paul Fieldsend-Danks and Eliza Gluckman
The Queen of Hungary Project Space , Aylsham, Norfolk
23 May - 7 June 2014
Opening: Thursday 22 May 2014 | 7 - 8.30pm
Moving Image Screening: Friday 23 May 2014 | 7pm
Marianne Holm Hansen, Laura Napier, Jaimini Patel, Oliver Payne, Amy Prebble, Tim Simmons, Erin Solomons, Keef Winter and Declan Woods.
More information (exhibition invite, PDF)


THE LIBRARY OF LOST BOOKS
artists re-working discarded library books
Curated by The Library of Lost Books
The Library of Birmingham
6 - 23 November 2013 | Touring


LIMINAL
Camberwell Space
45 - 65 Peckham Road, London SE5 8UF
8 - 19 July 2013
Opening: Monday 8 July 2013 | 5 - 7pm
Work created by Artists in Residence at Camberwell College of Arts, Chelsea College of Art and Design and Wimbledon College of Art — Emily Allchurch, Cécile Emmanuelle Borra, Giuseppina Esposito, Ben Fredericks, Jade Heritage, Marianne Holm Hansen, Sam Plagerson, Italia Rossi, Sally Waterman, and Jeanine Woollard.


ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Camberwell College of Arts
University of the Arts, London

1 November 2012 - 31 May 2013 30 June 2013


MEDIA [CIRCUS]
Curated by Culturehub
Ellen Stewart Theatre at La Mama
66 East 4th St, New York
23 - 25 November 2012
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Media [Circus] Long Table Discussion: On 'Liveness' and Technology
Saturday 24 November 2012 | 8.00pm EST
Continuing advances in technology have created new means for artists to create and present work across space and time. How does this alter our conception of what constitutes "live" art? Long Table brings together Mark Coniglio, Mei-Yin Ng, Kenneth Collins, Cory Einbinder, Lois Weaver, John Jeserun, Marianne Holm Hansen and Josephine Dorado, to discuss the issues raised by emerging technologies and its implications for how and where we make and present live performance.


THE GALLERY AS STUDIO: DRAWING OUT IDEAS FROM THE COLLECTION
Tate Modern, London
Mondays, 15 October to 19 November 2012
In the Galleries, 18.45 – 20.45pm
New series of workshops to explore drawing as a tool for actively engaging with modern and contemporary art. Led by Michèle Fuirer and Marianne Holm Hansen


VIDEO IN PROGRESS - FIELDS OF THE PERFORMATIVE
Curated by KOLEKTIVA Institute
Koroška Gallery of Fine Arts, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
12 January - 5 February 2012
Private View: Thursday 12 January | 6pm


ZARINA BHIMJI: CONVERSATIONS & ACTIONS
Workshop/ Talk as part of Open Evening
Whitechapel Gallery, London
Thursday 9 February 2012 | 5 - 7pm


AGAIN: ON REPETITION
an informal symposium on repetition in practice
[ space ], London
Saturday 26th November 2011 | 6 - 9.30pm
An event to extend the publication '100 things not worth repeating: on repetition' — with David Berridge, John Hall, Rupert Hartley, Deborah Harty, Eirini Kartsaki, Alana Jelinek and Jill Townsley + knitting by Dagmar Radmacher and screening of works by Hyun Jin Cho and Marianne Holm Hansen
[PDF of Programme]


DONUMENTA 2011
Views:Visions – sketches of Serbian art after 2000
Donumenta, Regensburg, Germany
15 September - 4 November 2011


PRESENTATION - 100 THINGS NOT WORTH REPEATING: ON REPETITION
The Book and Zine Fair
Spike Island

133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX
Saturday 8 October 2011 | 12 - 5pm
'100 things not worth repeating: on repetition' will be presented as LemonMelon participates in The Book and Zine Fair - part four of Again, A Time Machine – A Book Works touring exhibition


WIRKSWORTH FESTIVAL
Artist's Film & Video Salon
Wirksworth Festival, Derbyshire, UK
18 September 2011 | 6pm


BOOK LAUNCH
100 THINGS NOT WORTH REPEATING: ON REPETITION
With a performance reading from/of the book
X Marks the Bökship
210 Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9NQ
Thursday 8 September 2011 | 7pm


VIDEO|FILM RESIDENCY
Level Centre, Rowsley, UK
1 - 5 June 2011
Curated by David Gilbert as part of re:place, site-specific contemporary
art in Derbyshire



RESIDENCY - DIGITAL RULES AND REGS WITH VIDEOCLUB
Rules & Regs, UK
Curated by Jamie Wyld, videoclub
14 March - 13 May 2011
Salvatore Iaconesi+Oriana Persico and Marianne Holm Hansen will be in residence over a nine-week period. Rules has been devised in response to their practices. Both artists will work to the same set of rules and must work online to develop new work in response to these rules.
More


JUST PUBLISHED: Instructions for Initial Conditions - CATALOGUE
A nearly 300-page catalogue from the exhibition featuring works by 122 exhibited artists as well as an introduction by Jeff Thompson of Drift Station and an essay by Marissa Vigneault of Parallax Space, both Lincoln, Nebraska.
Available to download here


INSTRUCTIONS FOR INITIAL CONDITIONS
Drift Station Gallery and Parallax Space
1745 N Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
5 - 29 November 2010
Opening: Friday 5 November | 6pm - late
For the Record (script for a written conversation) is one of 120+ Instructions for Initial Conditions exhibited as artworks towards present actions, future gestures and [im]possible activities.


TALK - For the Record
Tertulia
Arnolfini, Bristol
Thursday 21 October 2010 | 7.30pm
With writer and curator David Berridge - an open discussion about For the Record and its unfoldings through a number of collaborations


DEPARTMENT OF MICRO POETICS
AC Institute, New York
9 September - 16 October 2010
Preview: Thursday 9 September | 6 - 8pm


WRITING/EXHIBITION/PUBLICATION
The Pigeon Wing, London
3 September - 3 October 2010
Opening: Thursday 3 September | 6.30 - 9.30pm
An exploration of how language moves between locations of voice, page, screen and exhibition space. Curated by David Berridge, VerySmallKitchen


WRITING EXHIBITIONS: AN ASSEMBLING
Edited by David Berridge, VerySmallKitchen
Now available for online consumption and free download here
Featuring contributions from David Berridge, Anne Charnock, Hyun Jin Cho, Fiona Fullam, Matthew Giraudeau, Marianne Holm Hansen, David Johnson, Helen Kaplinsky, Pippa Koszerek, Matthew MacKisack, Tamarin Norwood, Kim Patrick and Heather Ring|The Wayward Plant Registry


ENCOUNTERS - 10 WORDS TO JOHN HUNTER
Gallery Screening of film made by 'Medicine at the Movies' project participants, 2010
Hunterian Museum
Royal College of Surgeons, London

6 July - 11 September 2010
More + View Film Online


ONE DAY WONDER
An exhibition curated by Anne Eggebert and Julian Walker entirely on the basis of nepotism and pleasure.
Valentines Mansion , Ilford
Sunday 4th July 2010 | 11am - 4pm
Featuring work by Sarah Cole, Karl Cresser, Clem Crosby, Charlie Day, Margaret Duston, Anne Eggebert, Polly Gould, Marianne Holm Hansen, Alex Julyan, Cathy Lomax, Kathy MacCarthy, Alli Sharma and Kathy Taylor


UPDATE - PLAY THE PANORAMA, May 2010
Panographia, Amsterdam
An international artists' drawing relay project

- Panoramic drawing completed, currently online
- Panographia relayed to Frances Richardson
- Frances' drawing added to the Panorama
- Ronald Huynen's Play the Panorama: To share infinitely expanding horizons
- presented at the 19th IPC International Panorama Conference, Istanbul
- Panographia relayed to Jane Dixon


THE WRITER'S HOUSE
Part of AWAY DAY (POST projects, London )
29 - 31 May 2010 | 12 - 6pm
Four live writing residencies responding to place - Bram Thomas Arnold (29 May), Marianne Holm Hansen (29 May), Tamarin Norwood (30 May) and Open Dialogues: Rachel Lois Clapham and Mary Paterson (31 May)


VIDEO IN PROGRESS - FIELDS OF THE PERFORMATIVE - VIDEO LIBRARY
Curated by KOLEKTIVA Institute
Vortex, Skopje, Macedonia
18 May - 21 May 2010


SCREENING 1
A showcase of artists' film and video work
The Public
New Street, West Bromwich, UK

13 March - 25 April 2010
Private View: Friday 12 March 2010 | 6 - 8pm


ART WRITING FIELD STATION
Five Years: Field Recordings
Five Years, London
7 February 2010 | 2 - 4pm
David Berridge with Compulsive Holding, Marianne Holm Hansen, Tamarin Norwood and Matthew MacKisack


EUROPA NEUROTISH #2: BAR EUROPA
Petersburg Project Space Link to Petersburg Project Space, Amsterdam
3 - 5 December 2009


PLAY THE PANORAMA
Panographia
Curated by Ronald Huynen, Amsterdam
Beginning November 2009
Genuine travelers travel not to overcome distance,
but to discover distance...

Marianne has been invited to participate in Play the Panorama, an international artists' drawing-relay project to collaboratively draw experiences of a moving landscape.


WRITING EXHIBITIONS
For the Record LIVE participates in a one-day lab on connections in writing and exhibition making, followed by a day of changing micro-exhibitions and interventions into GUESS WORK GUEST WORK
Curated by David Berridge
Stanley Picker Gallery - 7.9 Cubic Metres
Kingston University, London
27 November 2009 | 10.30 - 5.30pm (lab)
28 November 2009 | 12 - 4pm (interventions)


SEE THE VOICE - VISIBLE VERSE
An evening devoted to video poetry
Pacific Cinémathèque (+ Programme)
200-1131 Howe Street, Vancouver, Canada
Thursday 19 November 2009 | 7.30pm


VIDEO IN PROGRESS - FIELDS OF THE PERFORMATIVE
Kino Šiška, Ljubljana
20 October - 15 November 2009
Private View: Tuesday 20 October 2009 | 7pm
Curated by KOLEKTIVA Institute
Co-produced with Photon Gallery, Ljubljana


COMMON GROUND - FILM SCREENING
Norwich Arts Centre
Tuesday 10 November 2009 | 8.30pm


FOR THE RECORD - A WRITTEN CONVERSATION
Interrupted Correspondence|Visa Versa: Five Years Fragments
James Taylor Gallery, London
Sunday 25 October 2009 | 1 - 2pm
Marianne will initiate a written conversation to collaboratively begin to identify the 600+ words in the English language that describes emotion. Part of a rolling programme of events to explore notions of conversation, organised by Five Years for JTP09, 14 October - 1 November 2009


THE NEW KEW ILLUSTRATED ARCHIVE OF TREES
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Public Events 27, 28, 29 October as part of The Big Draw 2009
Collaborating with archivist Kiri Ross-Jones and librarian Julia Buckley to identify working practices from within the Gardens' Herbarium, Library, Art & Archives, that will form the basis for public workshops and the creation of a new collaborative and accessioned archive object - The New Kew Illustrated Archive of Trees
More


DARKLIGHT X: NEW WORLD ORDER
Darklight Festival 2009
Programme: The Body Politic
The Joinery, Arbour Hill, Dublin
8 - 10 October 2009


PUBLICATION OF THE EDMONTON MAPPING PROJECT - THE MAP
The commission, An Alternative Guide to Edmonton Green, is published.
More


SARA LANE OPEN STUDIOS
60 Stanway Street
Hoxton, London N1 (map
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26 - 28 June 2009 | 11am - 5pm
29 - 30 June 2009 | by appointment
Private View Party: Thursday 25 June | 6pm


THE EDMONTON MAPPING PROJECT
March - June 2009
Marianne Holm Hansen has been commissioned by the London Borough of Enfield to map Edmonton Green, North London, based on collaborations and conversations with its permanent and transient inhabitants. More
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THE EDMONTON MAPPING PROJECT: ARTIST'S TALK
Wednesday 22nd April 2009  | 6 - 8pm
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THE EDMONTON MAPPING PROJECT: ARTIST'S WALK
An Alternative Guide to Edmonton Green Walking Tour
Saturday 6 June 2009 | 2 - 3.30pm
A walk to test and discuss the final map and its ideas, as well as an opportunity to share views and stories of the neighborhood and its relation to how we see and understand who we are, where.


RECYCLED FREQUENCIES
Wolstenholme Projects
11 Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool

24 - 31 May 2009 | 12 - 6 pm
Private View Saturday 23 May | 6.30 - 9.30pm


THE 5th BERLIN INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORS LOUNGE
Scala, Berlin
5 - 15 February 2009
Presents the video installation Repeat After Me (common words and phrases)


INTERNATIONAL DRAWING ANNUAL v4
Manifest Press, Cincinnati, OH
Works from Circular Walks (the drawings) included in the anthology published by Manifest Research Gallery and Drawing Center, USA


VIDEOART SESSION
Galerie Art Claims Impulse, Berlin
everyone goes a bit crazy at times
20 December 2008


VIDEO LOUNGE - Special Programmme
Academic Film Center, Belgrade
Repeated screenings of Repeat After Me (common words and phrases) as part of
ALTERNATIVE FILM|VIDEO (Memory)
10 - 14 December 2008


THE DAVID GLUCK MEMORIAL BURSARY FOR DRAWING - Shortlist Exhibition
The Mall Galleries, London
13 - 23 November 2008


SHORTLISTED for the David Gluck Memorial Bursary for Drawing
October 2008
Marianne Holm Hansen has been shortlisted for the 2008 Drawing Bursary alongside Alexandra Blum, Kate Genever, Karen Griffiths, Alexis Soul-Gray and Julian Walker
More


DRAWN INTO SITE - COLLABORATIVE DRAWING EVENT
The British Library, St Pancras, London
Monday 26 October 2009 | 11am - 3pm
A drop-in drawing event to collaboratively experiment with ways of representing site by recording the attributes, movement and ideas of the people that (temporarily) inhabits it. The event is commissioned as part of the Campaign for Drawing's Big Picture Party and will form the beginning of new drawing research.


NORDIC DRAWINGS
Rackstadmuséet, Sweden (14 September - 26 October 2008)
Skellefteå Konsthall, Sweden (1 June - 17 August 2008)
A survey exhibition of current tendencies and contemporary approaches to drawing as an autonomous art form
More information + Essays (in Swedish)


PASSAGE - INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING
Henning Larsen Foundation
Catalogue (PDF)
Hasdorffs Hus, Copenhagen
21 August - 14 September 2008


SCIENCE
The Arts Pneumonia Journal
Special Edition 5.1. Published August 2008
Contributing to special issue, guest curated by Lyndsay Officer and Ralph Dorey, and first presented at the Publish and Be Damned Fair 2008


ONE|TWO - Commission Screening
British Film Institute, NFT 2
16 July 2008 | 6pm


TWO
TATE Modern , The British Film Institute (BFI)
June - July 2008
A project commissioned to explore the philosophical relationship between photography and film. Funded by Some Other Way Forward, the project pilots several new ways of working with artists across institutions and in collaboration with secondary students from Lambeth and Southwark schools. Amongst expected outcomes are photography and video work as well as artists' moving image commissions on the theme of TWO. More


RESIDENCY: ACADEMIC FILM CENTER, BELGRADE
Academic Film Center, Student City Cultural Center, Belgrade
April - May 2008
Marianne is awarded a Research Residency at the Academic Film Center to develop new moving image work on the relationship between site, memory, experience ... and language.


ON THE MOVE - A Video Screening
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York
20 March 2008 | 7pm
Screening of 'A Circular Walk (an alternative guide)' as part of the exhibition On the Move: Images of Travel - artists exploring cultural representation, travel and escape.


WEB BIENNIAL: FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY NETWORKED ART
Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum
October 2007 - February 2008
Repetition is Futile - an interim report on the survey '100 Things NOT Worth Repeating' (see current projects) is invited to participate in WEB BIENNIAL 2007, organised by Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum. Until 1 February 2008.
Biennial documentation


AWARD - ALTERNATIVE FILM VIDEO 2007
The video, 'A Circular Walk (an alternative guide)' has received the List of Significant Achievements Award at the 2007 Alternative Film|Video Festival, Belgrade.
More information


FESTIVAL OF ALTERNATIVE FILM|VIDEO 2007
Academic Film Center, Student City Cultural Center, Belgrade
5 - 9 December 2007
Festival screening of 'A Circular Walk (an alternative guide)', DVD, 2006|07


REVIEW - AN MAGASINE
November 2007 (p.7)
JULIETTE BROWN on the CHISENHALE BIENNALE
Read online


CHISENHALE BIENNALE
Chisenhale Art Place, London
14 - 16 September 2007
Curated by Alana Jelinek and Richard Layzell


RETURNS
London Metropolitan University
6 - 12 September 2007
An exhibition by Alice Finbow, Marianne Holm Hansen, Rebecca Jewell, Jan Malaszek


ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, London Metropolitan University
September 2006 - August 2007
Developing new works on the theme of Circular Walks


PEER DISUSSION GROUP: FORUM
Commission by Artquest, University of the Arts, London
October 2006 - March 2007
Networking [it must be done!] as Lead Artist for FORUM 2006|07


NEW RESIDENCY PUBLICATIONS
1 December 2006
Launch of commissioned outcomes from research residencies at Doncaster and Cannon Hall Museums, including the publications 'Alternative Guides|Memory Maps' and 'Most Desirable Object Survey' as well as the dedicated documentation site SURVEYS
More information


2 x RESIDENCY
Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery - Cannon Hall Museum, Barnsley
Funded by Arts Council England, January - September 2006
Two collaborative and interlinked research residencies to consider the formation and dissemination of knowledge, including its links with memory and narrative, from within the collections and collection displays of two disparate museums
More information


MARK
Dartington College of Arts, Totnes
8 - 13 May 2006
Participating in MARK, Exhibition and Symposium on drawing and mark-making within visual arts and performance practices

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