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|Eleanor Gates-Stuart|| ||Biography: Eleanor Gates Stuart is a digital artist and well-established printmaker in her own right, recently producing ‘arcv.pls.txt.scrb.spc.spt.vs.eleanor.gates-stuart’, her documentary satire resulting from the re-media of video archive, publication, traditional print and transcript of gatescherrywolmark. In recent years she has chosen to work and exhibit collaboratively with many other artists, such as in her current Australian partnerships with designer, Zelda Trione and composer / sound artist, Lea Collins. Eleanor, Zelda and Lea all formed professional links and interest whilst working together at the Centre for New Media, ANU. These collaborations are producing a new working practice, exploring ideas in relation to the increasing collaborations between art and technology, and also beginning to provide new and challenging definitions of research and ownership, particularly in sound, language, and digital information.
* Since 1997, Eleanor has been part of an international partnership, gatescherrywolmark. The collaboration is between three women, including Jean Cherry (UK), a visual artist/actor and Dr. Jenny Wolmark (UK), a writer/critic. The work of gatescherrywolmark emerges from the creative web of discursive connections that exists between the three members of the group and is informed by the significant differences in their practices and subjectivities. Eleanor has been instrumental in bringing the collaboration into existence and in furthering the technological interventions that have enabled gatescherrywolmark to bring metaphor and practice together in digital terms. Their work has so far included exhibitions in the UK, Australia and USA, recent conference publications including a book entitled 'Disruptive Signals' (1999), and a digital video ‘Logical Aesthetics’ in collaboration with Paul Mosig and Jen Kingswell.
* Eleanor graduated from Chelsea School of Art, London, in 1982, majoring in printmaking. Prior to her postgraduate degree, she had been awarded a fellowship at Sunderland University (formerly Sunderland Polytechnic) to continue her art practice and exhibit her work. A prestigious award given to a young artist following undergraduate degree studies. Since then, Eleanor continued to win residencies, a DAAD scholarship to work in Germany, awards, grants and commissions, maintaining an active international exhibition profile, curating and directing arts events and continuing her research.
* Running parallel to her arts practice, Ele... to see complete biography, click on artist's name Country: Australia Birthyear: 2.10.57 Galleries: Not yet shown - new research Awards: 2004 Printmaker in Residence – Melago Print Workshop, Canberra, Australia (Awarded in 2003 – resident 2004)
2003 ACT Arts Quick Response Grant - Shipping works to Siggraph 2003 from Australia, Exhibition, San Diego, USA. (‘and’ and ‘dicegold’)
2000 Research and development funds – Lincoln University Research Funding (Hull Campus) UK
1999 Yorkshire Arts. UK - 'gatescherrywolmark' - publication funds
1997 AE4 Funding - 'gatescherrywolmark' - research development & schools partnership
1996 St. Hugh’s Award -Individual Research Scholarship - Edith Cowan University, WA.
1995 Yorkshire Arts - Commission funding. UK
1995 Awarded Major Public Commission - Crucible Studio Theatre, Sheffield. England, UK
1994 Yorkshire Arts - Individual Artist Award. UK
1991 A.B.S.A. Award (Government Association of Business Sponsorship to the Arts) - 5HPC Humberside Printmaking Exhibition / New business sponsor for 5HPC prizes. UK
1990 Lincolnshire & Humberside Arts Award UK. Travel to U.S.A. Albuquerque
1985 - 1988 Research Assistant, Nottingham Trent University UK (Printmaking)
1981 - 1980 Fellow in Fine Art, Sunderland University UK (Printmaking)
1983 Yorkshire Arts Association UK - Artist in Residence Award - Germany
1983 ‘Atelierhaus Worpswede’ - Artist in Residency Award - Germany
1983 - 1985 DAAD Award (German Government Academic Exchange) Media: oil, installation Style: symbolic Subjects: people, portraits and characters, Science|