Holly Antrum

Holly Antrum (b. London 1983) is an artist filmmaker based in London working with the haptics of the lens in film, writing, print installation and archives. She is in the first year of a full time TECHNE-funded PhD by practice at Kingston School of Art with the BFI. Through her work on 16mm, on paper and digital mediums, she has been consistently interested in auditory encounters with creative and spontaneous language, as a texture or layer to the visual, the work of the eye within fragmentary embodied narratives. EIDOLON (2017), is a recent commission, premiered with selected works from Cinenova collection, Cinenova Now Showing: Holly Antrum, Robina Rose, Clara van Gool, The Showroom, London (2018). Solo exhibitions have accompanied her films, including Catalogue, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh (2016) and A Diffuse Citizen at Grand Union, Birmingham(2014). Her film Catalogue with Jennifer Pike Cobbing (funded by the Elephant Trust) was the focus of an edition of the Flat Time House / Electra curated events series Someone else can clean up this mess at Flat Time House, London (2014). Major group exhibitions in the UK include The London Open 2015, Whitechapel Gallery and internationally, In the House of Mr and Mrs X, Temporary Gallery, Cologne (2013). Studio residencies include the Acme Fire Station, Bromley-by-Bow (work/live award 2015-2020), and Grand Union, Birmingham, UK (2014). Her moving image work is distributed by LUX.org.uk