Goldsmiths University of London
Monday, March 2, 2015
Monday, March 30, 2015
New Cross, SE14 6NW
Women's Art Library, Goldsmiths University of London

Anne Krinsky: From Absorb to Zoom / An Alphabet of Actions in the Women’s Art Library is a digital print installation with content derived from materials in the Women’s Art Library at Goldsmiths College.

Private view: Saturday, 7 March from 2pm to 4pm

The archive, started in the late 1970’s as an artist-led initiative to enhance public knowledge of the practice, impact and achievement of women in the visual arts, houses unique documentation of women artists’ works. Krinsky’s installation takes inspiration from archived slides, artists’ books, magazines, monographs and posters.

Krinsky is a London-based painter and printmaker who creates site-specific installations in response to archived collections. Her previous installations with archives have been exhibited in library, museum and university settings in the US. Her work is in many collections, including the British Museum, the Boston Public Library, the Graham Gund collection and the U.K. charity, Paintings in Hospitals.

This is her first installation with a UK archive and is funded by Arts Council England, in-kind support from the Thames Barrier Print Studio and a successful Kickstarter campaign that generated donations from around the world.

Sited In two Goldsmiths locations:

Special Collections Reading Room in the Rutherford Building
Open Mon – Fri 10am – 5pm / Wed until 7pm

The Kingsway Corridor in the Richard Hoggart Builiding
Open 8am – 9pm daily

In tandem with the installation, Krinsky has invited selected artists with documentation in the Women’s Art Library to send her images of recent work to post on The Virtual Archive on the project blog: