Selected Works

Below are selected digital images of works, please scroll down to see

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Jo Cox t-shirts Tribute‬
‪World View 2016‬ : In Memory of Jo
From Berlin to Birmingham 💌
Please email raquelmacartney@gmail.com with your interest for a Jo Cox t-shirt
All proceeds will go to the charity ‘Jo Cox Foundation’ 💕
‪Broken Dimanche Press I FUK Graphic Design Studio I The Other Lab I STATTLAB e.V.

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Jo Cox t-shirts Tribute‬
‪World View 2016‬ : In Memory of Jo
From Berlin to Birmingham 💌
Please email raquelmacartney@gmail.com with your interest for a Jo Cox t-shirt
All proceeds will go to the charity ‘Jo Cox Foundation’ 💕
‪Broken Dimanche Press I FUK Graphic Design Studio I The Other Lab I STATTLAB e.V.

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16. Live performance cover of song mentioned in flyer, also exploring the vocals as sculpture and experimenting with the notion of spectatorship through karaoke instrumental and collaborative audiences with manipulation of authorship, references to dictatorship and a play on hierarchy. See details above

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15. A Lion King Nativity, King Edward VI Sixth Form Handsworth, Birmingham

December 2016 with children, youth and families. Acollaboration with Foundation Art Birmingham and Birmingham International Church of Christ.

Digital still by Jasmine Carter / Raquel Macartney, footage to be uploaded

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14c. Tribute to Jo Cox ; finalised t-shirt
World View : In Memory of Jo Cox
Handwriting in correction fluid pen
Thank you Liam Scott Ward, Julie Shalekenova, The Other Lab, Broken Dimanche, FUK Graphic Design Studio Berlin and John Holten. Digital still

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14b. World View 2016 : In Memory of Jo Cox, t-shirt proposal for No Normalisation Open Call, Broken Dimanche Press Berlin December 2016. Digital still

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14a. World View 2016 : In Memory of Jo Cox , A2 White correction fluid on black in handwriting of Raquel Macartney. Digital image

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13. ‘Seasons Come and Seasons Go’ 2016 Curated Show, P Cafe Stirchley 20-24.9.16

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12b. ‘Debris By Day, Debris By Night’ 2016, Centrala Gallery.

Tribute to Late Labour MP Jo cox

Digital still, footage to be uploaded

Sculptural Installation: Donated garments, glow in the dark sewing pins, blacked out dilapidated gallery space, information assistant turning electrical lights on and off

5pm – 9pm, Friday 1st July 2016 Preview Night, Centrala Gallery

Centrala Gallery Space, First Floor Artloft, Digbeth
Installation exhibits from 3rd until 9th July with a families and children’s workshop on Saturday 9th centred on themes from the artist’s work

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12a. 6.30pm – 8.30pm Friday 1st July 2016 Soup Part III Group Show, Stryx Gallery

Stryx Gallery, Minerva Works (opposite Centrala) for one night
Soup Part III Artist Residency works made from May, June, July, ‘Know No Bounds’ 2016 video installation, ‘Transcendence’ 2016 sculptural installation and ‘Debris By Day, Debris By Night’ 2016 video documentary

Click on link to read blog about Raquel’s new art installation

https://raquelmacartney.com/2016/06/20/debris-by-day-debris-by-night-2016/

Other websites

http://www.raquelmacartney.com facebook.com/raquelmacartney
facebook.com/foundationartbirmingham
centrala-space.org.uk/
stryx.co.uk/

Digital collage, courtesy of artist. Bottom left; ‘Debris By Day, Debris By Night’ 2016, bottom right; Transcendence 2016, top right; Know No bounds 2016 and top left; Re-enactment of Hans Haacke’s Condensation Cube

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11. ‘Transcendence’ 2016, Stryx Art Gallery. Image credit Marcin Sz and Ilona Zielinska

Footage to be uploaded

Live performance, 2 hours
Recorded live on Facebook
Friday 3rd June 2016,
6.30pm-8.30pm
Stryx, Minerva Works, Digbeth, Birmingham
Iron, iron board, water, jug filler, laptop, speaker, 2Cellos albums, iPhone, video camera, tripods

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10. ‘Know No Bounds’ 2016, sculptural video installation, DVD video performance 8 mins length, TV monitor, plinth. Digital still, footage to be uploaded

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9.’Meet the Artists: Soup Part III’ 2016, video projection 30 mins length. Following artists interviewed by director Aly Grimes and filmed by director Karolina Korupczynska: Johnny Gordon, Megan de Greef, Raquel Macartney, Chuma Martin, Duncan Poulton and Gavin Rogers

Digital still, footage to be uploaded

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8. A Living Museum : 2053, Tate Liverpool February 2016

Digital stills pre performance and during performance. Footage to be uploaded

Live and recorded performance re-enacting Hans Haacke Condensation Cube 1963-1965 (steel, perspex, water), 10 mins length. Filmed and photographed by Huw Macartney and Tate Liverpool

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7b. Cannon Hill Art School Summer Show, First floor gallery, mac Birmingham, Birmingham, July – September 2015

Footage to be uploaded

‘Strapped In’ 2015, sculptural video installation, 3 car monitor players strapped on 3 plinths and DVD videos 1 hour length collectively

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7a. Cannon Hill Art School Summer Show, mac Birmingham and Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, July – September 2015

Digital still

‘Camstroller’ 2015, live performance, opening night of Cannon Hill Art School Summer Show, 6pm – 8pm, between Cannon Hill Park and mac Birmingham. Dual buggy, 3 tripods, 3 video cameras including iPhones and tape

Plinth slide

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6. Antony Gormley’s ‘One and Other’, 2 – 3pm Saturday 3rd October 2009, Trafalgar Square, London, October 2009

Live video still and images from Gormley’s One and Other book

Footage to be uploaded

‘Dive on the Empty Plinth’ 2009, one hour live performance, single emptied filing cabinet

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5. MA Fine Art Show, Holden Gallery, Manchester School of Art, October 2008

Footage to be uploaded

‘Keep Myself’ 2008, sculptural video still / installation 5 mins length, DVD video performance, TV monitor, plinth. A cover of Johnny Cash’s Hurt sung by Raquel Macartney and accompanied by Hurt karaoke instrumental.

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4. Rollover

Live performance, recorded. Video still. Footage to be uploaded…

Artist rolling across the pedestrian crossing – with several camping tent fabric attached together with velcro

Liz Hogan, Chris Knight, Raquel Macartney, Lee Machel and Sally Titterington

August 2007, Portland Street, Manchester

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3. Four Artists from Manchester School of Art : Mary Griffiths, Raquel Macartney, Fiona McKillop, Richard Proffitt, curated by Johanna Lecklin – Finnish Academy of Fine Art Gallery, Helsinki, Finland, February – March 2009

‘The Dive’ 2007, video still / projection, 30 mins length. Footage to be uploaded

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2. Testing Time MAFA, Sculpture Studio – Basement Gallery, Manchester School of Art

‘Tight Passage’ 2006, sculptural installation, emptied filing cabinets

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1. BA Fine Art Show, Side Gallery, Manchester School of Art, June 2005

More documentation to be uploaded…

A response from the west of the Tsunamis in 2004. Tribute to those who lost their lives.

‘The Agenda(s)’ 2005, interactive sculptural installation with audio and visual on loop. 12 x 12 ft x 15 inch raised platform, 12 laptops, 2 portable audio players with remote controls and bass earphones, carpet, aluminium strips

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