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Amy Story

My practice incorporates video, projection and installation and has focused on people, their conscious experience, internal lives, and sensory perception.

My installations often include interactive elements, interrupting the traditional relationship between art and observer, inviting the viewer to become part of the work.

I studied Media Production at Cumbria Institute of the Arts, graduating in 2008. I have since worked on a freelance basis in video and animation. I began developing my own creative practice in 2017 after taking part in Signal Film & Media’s Digital Art Mentoring Programme. I have worked collaboratively, exhibited in group settings, and produced a micro-commission.

I live and work in Carlisle, Cumbria.

EXHIBITIONS

2019 – Projection/Vision/Reality, Interactive Video Installation
Group Exhibition – Under the Northern Sky: Cooke’s Studios, Barrow-In-Furness Developed as part of Signal Film & Media’s Artist Development Lab

2018 – Living With…Fibromyalgia, Interactive Projection Design
Live Art Performance: Old Fire Station, Carlisle
Commissioned by Carlisle City Council, made with WordforWord Theatre and Minerva

2017 – Lost & Found: Interactive Video/Audio Installation
Micro Commission: Cooke’s Studios, Barrow-in-Furness
Commissioned by Signal Film & Media as part of their Lost Stations digital art programme

2017 – Found Constellations: Digital Image Projection, Laser Cut Acrylic Group Exhibition: Cooke’s Studios, Barrow-in-Furness
Developed as part of Signal Film & Media’s Digital Art Mentoring Programme

NON-FORMAL EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT

2020: Newbridge Collective Studio Member
2018 – Ongoing: Art Crit North Cumbria
2018: North West Artist Development Lab, Signal Film & Media, Barrow-in-Furness
2017: Digital Art Mentoring Programme, Signal Film & Media, Barrow-in-Furness

EDUCATION

2005 – 2009: BA Hons – Media Production, Cumbria Institute of the Arts, Carlisle