Caroline Campbell in discussion with Diann Bauer as part of "Writing for Practice" forum at Goldsmiths College, Mountain of Art Research.
Performance "Brute Force Attack" by Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre at Dublin City Hugh Lane Gallery as part of the "Digital Self Defence" series of talks, workshops and events programmed by artists Kennedy Browne as part of their show The Redaction Trilogy at Hugh Lane
Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre to present on her work Towards a New Amazon at Art and the Algorithm as part of the Conference
"Emerging Technologies, social media and the politics of the algorithm"
Rebecca O'Dwyer writes on Towards a New Amazon at Surveillé·e·s, CCI Paris in Paper Visual Art Journal
Loiter Bot from Towards a New Amazon makes an appearance at Bletchley Park c/o Joanna Walsh
Visual Artists Ireland Newsheet review of Pineal Centrifuge Beta #1 and Towards A New Amazon at Surveillé·e·s here
Nina McGowan and Caroline Campbell discuss their works Pineal Centrifuge Beta #1 and Towards a New Amazon at Solstice Gallery with Luke Clancy of RTE Lyric FM's Culturefile: "Loitering Theatre v Surveillance Capitalism: The Rematch". Audio recording available here
Artist's talk by Caroline Campbell @ Solstice Gallery for Towards a New Amazon.
Loitering Theatre film at Barricades Are Beautiful , a drop-in screen printing workshop with Sarah Wilson of London-based radical screen-printing group The Poster Workshop
The workshop was developed by Loitering Theatre with Sara Greavu of Derry Radical Bookfair. Thanks also to Derry Print Workshop.
12 January to 01 March
Caroline Campbell ( Towards a New Amazon) and Nina McGowan (Pineal Centrifuge Beta) are included in the second part of the show Surveillé·e·s originally at CCI Paris Surveillé·e·s curated by Nora Hickey M’Sichili and now at Solstice Gallery, Navan, Ireland alongside artists Karl Burke, Willie Doherty, Roseanne Lynch and Donovan Wylie, Colin Martin, Ian Wieczorek, Lorcan McGeough, Declan Clarke Allan Hughes, Alan Butler, Teresa Dillon, Benjamin Gaulon, John Gerrard, Irina Gheorghe and Jim Ricks. For both Nina McGowan and Caroline Campbell, the works on show are a further development of work initiated at CCI for the first instance of Surveillé·e·s.
Loitering Theatre stage the second of a series of secret interventions "False Flag/Plant" as Jordan Peterson speaks at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin.
"Dans le petit « studio d’artiste » situé un peu plus loin dans la cour du Centre culturel irlandais se trouve aussi l’installation multimédia « Towards a New Amazon », de l’irlandaise Caroline Campbell. Encore à l’état d’ébauche, son projet vise à créer une intelligence artificielle de surveillance « démocratique ». Renversement de perspective : celle-ci aurait pour objet d’identifier la police comme une « menace » et les manifestants altermondialistes comme des cibles « à protéger » - des « amazones » ou des « oracles », selon ses propres termes."
Caroline Campbell ( Towards a New Amazon) and Nina McGowan (Pineal Centrifuge Beta) are included in the show Surveillé·e·s curated by Nora Hickey M’Sichili at Centre Cuturelle Irlandais Paris, France alongside artists Karl Burke, Willie Doherty, Roseanne Lynch and Donovan Wylie, Colin Martin, Ian Wieczorek, Lorcan McGeough, Declan Clarke Allan Hughes, Alan Butler, Teresa Dillon, Benjamin Gaulon, John Gerrard, Irina Gheorghe and Jim Ricks.
Joanna Walsh talks to Caroline Campbell about Loitering Theatre's practice in Affidavit "Digital Desire Lines"
Sarah Browne writes about Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre's work in development The Feeling of Power in L'internationale : "Feminism and Survival in the Arts in Ireland"
Loitering Theatre stage the first of a series of secret interventions "False Flag/Plant" on O'Connell Street Dublin .
Caroline Campbell and Philip Stewart have been selected to take part in MAKE 2017 - an initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum for the purpose of generating new performance work. Together they are devising a new work for theatre based on World of Warcraft.
Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre awarded Irish Arts Council Visual Artist's Bursary
This November - Loitering Theatre to take part in Tulca 2016 curated by Daniel Jewesbury
16 June 2016
Loitering Theatre's performance/site-specific installation Truffaut's Code will be shown as part of SITEWORKS at Carlow Arts Festival on 16 June 2016
Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre awarded Fingal County Council Artist Support Scheme grant.
17 December 2015
Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre collaborates with Brazilian artist Roberto Winter on The Esper Affect - performative lecture and screening at Space Studios, The White Building London in association with Delfina Foundation.
31 October 2015
Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre takes part in Dead End II at Clonlea Studios Dublin produced/programmed by Edia Connole and Teresa Gillespie.
18 October 2015
Caroline Campbell of Loitering Theatre on residence at Delfina Foundation London as part of The Public Domain Programme Season 2: Grey Areas, Game Theories and Covert Ops.
From 13 February 2015
Loitering Theatre's Guided Meditation on the Machines will show in Limerick City at Ormston House as part of the second installation of Pallas Contemporary Projects Periodical Review #4.
Further information can be found here
30 December 2014
Loitering Theatre begin the direct youtube action intervention: LPS Zapatista Encuentro
From 5 December 2014:
Loitering Theatre will take part in Pallas Contemporary Projects Periodical Review #4.
This is the fourth in the series of the Pallas Project Periodical Review: " a unique, yearly survey of Irish contemporary art practices, that looks at commercial gallery shows, museum exhibitions, artist-led and independent projects and curatorial practices. Periodical Review is not a group exhibition per se, it is a discursive action, with the gallery as a magazine-like layout of images that speak (the field talking to itself). An exhibition as resource, in which we invite agents within the field to engage with what were for them significant moments, practices, works, activity, objects: nodes within the network."
'Participants were implicated in a crypto-mystical invocation of the infinite swarm of monetised digital searches, pokes, and likes flowing through the Dublin Gateway of Knowledge and stateless capital, whilst the spectre of the Anglo carcass lurked at the edge of amnesia'
-Mark Cullen (Director/Curator Pallas Projects) on participating in Loitering Theatre's A Guided Meditation on the Machines
Further information can be found here
15 November 2014:
Loitering Theatre present a selection of their work as part of the Dublin screenings of the Creative Time Summit Stockholm www.creativetime.org at Firestation Artists Studios, Dublin. Further information can be found here