Born 1980, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, lives and works in London.
Amy Feneck’s practice is concerned with social and political infrastructures such as hierarchy, nationalism, political ideology and their relationship with the politics of personal, individual expression. She works primarily in film, video and performance and her practice also includes drawing, photography and writing.
Selected Recent Exhibitions, Performances and Projects
‘Arms Holding Flags’, artists project for Cura Magazine, Issue No. 10 with writer and curator Caterina Riva
‘All I see is the Management’, Gasworks, (group)
‘A Guide to the New Monument Complex’, Performance on Salford City radio station for Seven Sites project, Manchester and Salford
‘Versuche’, The Working Class Movement Library, Salford (solo)
‘The School Looks Around’, Whitechapel Gallery, London (joint with Olivia Plender)
‘Random Acts of Art’, Spacex, Exeter (group)
‘Running Associations’, solo publication project, launched at Donlon Bookshop, London
‘You’ll Never Walk Alone & The Running Ensemble’, Battersea Arts Centre,
London, commissioned film and performances for BURST International and National
‘The Streets Do Flow’, commission for The Great North Run Cultural Programme (collaboration with Laura Mansfield)
‘Hit the Ground’, The Hatton Gallery, Great North Run Cultural Programme (group)
‘Fascist Fetishists – why are artists and architects attracted to the cultural products of totalitarianism’, presentation & panel speaker, Miss B Salon, Senate House, London