Contact: amy@amy.dickson.co.uk


Currently

Programming as founder of collective-iz & co-director XVIIX
Visiting lecturer: Royal College of Art, London


Programming 

collective-iz: founding member of all female collective, producing events working with film, video and performance in the context of expanded cinema and experimental film, video and live performance.

XVIIX:online programme series

Unconscious Archives Festival 2017 - Producer

Contact: Pairs -/- screening series co-curated with, Andrew Vallance, Simon Payne and Jamie Jenkinson.



Selected Featured Exhibitions & Screenings



2020

XVIIX: online programme series, www.xviix.com (current)

Café OTO (postponed)

Home Movies, collective-iz, online programme - www.xviix.com

Lose Threads: When Two Become One, online exhibition www.threadskent.com

In House III, Café OTO, London, UK


2019

Immiscibiliti, London, UK, exhibition.

The Old Dentist, London, UK, live performance.

Low Light, BEEF, The Brunswick Club, Bristol, UK, live performance.

In House II, Café OTO, London, UK, live performance


2018


Light & Dark (Park): collective-iz, LUX, London, UK

Threads, residency programme, Dover UK.

Revolve:R, edition three, online Exhibition and bookwork publication. Published by Arrow Bookworks (UK) and intellect (Bristol, UK / Chicago, USA).

Watery, fluid, Cloud Cooko Land, London UK, exhibition.

Expanding Frame, Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable UK, exhibition.

Analogue Ensemble: collective-iz, Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable UK, live performance.

In House, Café OTO, Ashwin Street, London, UK, live performance.


2017


Popular Video LUX Critical Forum Glasgow, UK, video screening.

OUTPOST, members show, Norwich, UK, video screening.

BEEF, Bristol, UK, live performance.

Jacqueline Morreau Exhibition, London, UK, live performance.

Supernormal Festival, collective-iz, Oxfordshire, UK, live performance.

Contact: Pairs -/ (Jamie Jenkinson) The Deport, London, UK, video screening and live performance.

Holding Space, Brick Cube, London, UK, live performance.

VIDEO, ANDOR Gallery, London, UK, video screening.


2016


Portraits, New River Studios, London, UK, video screening.

Light Touch, Pie Factory, Margate, UK, video screening.

VIDEO, Close-Up, London, UK, video screening.

Redo, The Advisory, London, UK, solo exhibition.

Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable UK, live performance.

Ankara International Film Festival, Ankara, Turkey, video screening.

Contact, Apiary Studios, London, UK -live performance.


2015


Movement in Colour, video screening, V&A, London, UK,video screening.

VIDEO, Evelyn Yard, London, UK, video screening.

no.w.here 10 year Anniversary, Bethnal Green Mans Working Club - live performance.


2014


XVIIX - featured artist for monthly online exhibition of artist video curated by Jamie Jenkinson.

The Medium is the wrong Message: Unconscious Archives, Cafe Oto, London, UK - live performance.

Pace of Time, A contemporary Interruption, Round- house London, UK - video screening.

Film Movement In Light, A Contemporary Expression, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK - live performance.


2013


Nightworks, Test Bed 1, Battersea, London, UK - video installation and live performance

Nightloops, video loop, Legion TV website


2012


Off Site, British Film Institute (BFI) London, UK - video screening.

Action Potential, The Bate Collection, Oxford, UK - live performance.

Now Was, Royal College of Art London, UK - live performance.

The Legacy Film Festival on Aging, Viz Cinema San Francisco, USA - video screening.





Selected Curated Exhibitions & Screenings



2020

XVIIX: online programme series, www.xviix.com


2019

Work Programme: collective-iz, LUX, London, UK

In House II, Café OTO, London, UK, live performance

2018


Light & Dark (Park): collective-iz, LUX, London, UK (up-coming)


2017

Supernormal Festival, collective-iz, Oxfordshire, UK.

Contact: Pairs -/- The Deport, London, UK, video screening & performance.

Holding Space, Brick Cube, London.


2016


Portraits: collective-iz, New River Studios, London.


2015


Black & Light: collective-iz in association with no.w.here, Apiary Studios, London, UK.


2014


Screenscapes: collective-iz, Apiary Studios, London, UK - film, video and performance.

Window/Frame, Balls pond road, London UK- co-curated screening.


2013


Performance and Space: collective-iz, Summerhall Edinburgh, UK – screening and live performance.

Now and Here: collective-iz, Horse Hospital London, UK – film, video and performance.

Research Biennial: collective-iz Exhibition RCA, London, UK, - live performance


2012


Silents: Viewing & Listening Space, Hockney Gallery London, UK - film, video and

performance live event in collaboration with David Cunningham.

Black & Light Films: Viewing & Listening Space, Royal College of Art, London, UK -screening and live performance.

Red Tape, Tactics of Protest: Viewing & Listening Space, Royal College of Art, London, UK -video screening.



Education


2010 – 2012 Royal College of Art, London, MA Visual Communication.


2004 – 2007 Central St. Martins, London, BA hons Textiles (print)-1st Class degree.




Awards



2010 – 2012 Royal College of Art, London Bursary


2007 RSA Design Directions - Eddie Squires Bursary for outstanding contemporary printed fabric design.



Academic Appointments


2014-2020 Visiting lecturer, Royal College of Art.


2018-2019 Lecturer, Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire.


2018 Visiting lecturer, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.


2017 Visiting lecturer, Central St Martins, London.


2017 Visiting lecturer, UOS, Suffolk.


2014, 2016 Visiting lecturer, UCA, Canterbury.


2013 - 2017 Visiting lecturer Textiles, Central St Martins, London




Publications


Revolve:R, edition three. Published by Arrow Bookworks (UK) and intellect (Bristol, UK / Chicago, USA) (2018)

Deniz Johns and Simon Payne (2016): Reflections on contemporary British Experimental Film and Video, Sense of Cinema ( March 2016, Issue 78)

collective-iz (2016) Essay featured in Contact Festival publication.

collective-iz (2016) Essay featured in Sequence Magazine Issue No4.

Nicky Hamlyn (2014) Persistent Matters, featured in online essay.

A.L. Rees (2013) Light Time 2013 sited in ‘Physical Optics: a return to the repressed,

British cinema artists revisit 1970s tendencies’ Millennium Film Journal (No.58 Fall 2013)



Residencies

2018 Threads, residency programme, Dover UK, (upcoming)

2013 Farringdon Factory Artist Residency, London, UK.