Caroline E. Kelley

NEWS //// Narratives of the Self: Women and Anti-colonial Politics, Institut d'études avancées de Nantes, 30 May 2024; Procreate Project Archive from April 2023; Where are the Women Artists from March 2022; Catalogue of Failures, Issue 2, December 2021; Iceland. Mobility, Spatiality, Virtuality, a symposium organised by the Arts Territory Exchange, CEMORE Lancaster University, and Strondin Studio, Seydisfjordur, 22 October 2021; Spectrum, Stay Home Gallery, Paris, TN, 5 April - 16 August 2021; A Stitch in Time, with the Arts Territory Exchange, Sichuan Institute of Contemporary Art, China, April - June 2021; Ides of March, Blind Alley Projects, Fort Worth, TX, 13 - 28 March 2021; If Not Now When, Spilt Milk Gallery, Edinburgh, UK, 8 March - 11 April 2021; "Sons" at Home-works Exhibition, Spilt Milk Gallery, Edinburgh, UK, 12 September - 11 October 2020 and Must Use Critical Knowledge and Arts Territory Exchange collaborative sound library from 2 July 2020; The 4th Today’s Documents: A Stitch in Time, with the Arts Territory Exchange, curated by Huang Du & Jonathan Harris, Today Art Museum, Beijing, 12 December 2019 – 15 March 2020 (extended to 25 June 2020); F50: Celebrating Creativity, an online multi arts festival, organised and curated by Art e-Parties and Kim V. Goldsmith, 30 May - 13 June 2020; The Arctic Circle Project, Galerie Saint Simon, Versailles, France, 4 – 15 November 2019; The M Wall: Home Visits, curated by Amy Dignam, Twickenham, UK, October 2019; Put This In Your Window And Think Of Me, an Arts Territory Exchange Exhibition, curated by Art Language Location, at Cambridge Artworks & Artspace, Cambridge, UK, 31 August – 30 September; Visual Representations of Multilingualism, with Gudrun Filipska, curated by Jessica M. Bradley and Louise Atkinson, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK, 29 – 31 August 2019 (and traveling to the Languaging in Times of Change conference, Stirling University, UK, 26 – 27 September 2019; the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, Sheffield University, UK, 2 November 2019; the Research Collegium for Language in a Changing Society (RECLAS), University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 19 November 2019; and On the border of art and language teaching in the multilingual word, MILK, Glasgow, UK, 13 November 2020); Skeidarárhlaup, Skeiðará-bridge, Iceland, 14 July 2019; Womanhouse Revisited, 99 Gore Road, Hackney, UK, 28 June – 5 July 2019; The M Word, curated by Amy Dignam, at One Paved Court Gallery, Richmond, UK, 1 – 12 May 2019; Artist Parent Index from March 2019; Arts Territory Exchange Archive, curated by Art Language Location, Westminster Reference Library, London, UK, 16 November – 15 December 2018; Daily Migrations, curated by Without Appeal, Hackney, East London, UK, 1 – 7 October 2018 ////