Cole & Joslin
Screenings/exhibitions and commissions include People United, The National Trust, Videoclub's Third Thursdays, Tate Modern, Electric Medway Festival, Fabrica, Cine-City Festival, Brighton, New Digital Planetarium, Athens & Courage Film Festival, and Courage Festival (semi-finalists), Berlin.
Sarah Cole also works as a Senior Lecturer on the BA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, UAL.
Annis Joslin is also co-director of Corridor, a participatory arts organisation based in the South East, is lead artist with Turner Prize nominated (2021/2) Project Art Works and has an MA Fine Art from Chelsea College of Arts.
Cole & Joslin
Selected Exhibitions and Screenings
Third Thursdays/ Video Club
Athens Digital Arts Festival
Museum of Ordinary People
Arts Council Project Grant
Fabrica Gallery, Residency
January 2018 - January 2019
Messy Business, People United
SHIFT HAPPENS - Community Takeover of gallery at Phoenix Arts Space.
SHIFT - Residency at Phoenix Arts Space, 6 - 13 March.
Developing and displaying work made over the past six months, with workshops led by the BWC group, screenings and public viewings.
Vestibule, at Central St Martins, King's Cross
STATIC shown on VR headsets as part of this research & practice showcase.
Arts Council England National Lottery Award
A-N Artist's Bursary
CSM Lenses Research Funding
STUCK - Commissioned by Third Thursdays, a public art, film, projections and performance event in Brighton.
Supported by Arts Council England
For more information, go to Third Thursdays website
Static screened at the New Digital Planetarium, Athens as part of Extended Realities programme
STATIC shown in libraries, cafes and a film night as part of Electric Medway Festival, a 10-day arts programme held in a variety of locations, with artworks and activities including virtual reality, streamed performances, animation, projection and sound.
Home - group exhibition at Phoenix Arts Space, part of the Brighton Festival, 2021.
We exhibited a video Burn, from Messy Business and a new drawing, Throne, made during STATIC.
Awarded an Arts Council of England project grant to make a 360 film - STATIC. Also recipients of an A-N Artist's Bursary and a residency at Fusebox, Wired Sussex, Brighton.
The Light and the Load - a nine screen installation made during a Making Spaces Residency at Fabrica, Brighton.
Commissioned by People United to work with Joining Hands Joining Hearts over one year. The project culminated in Messy Business, a single screen film made from six shorts.
Screenings at the Social Art Network in Sheffield (Nov 2018, as work-in-progress) and at Sittingbourne’s Avenue Theatre (December 2018, for an audience of participants and their families). CINECITY, Courage Film Festival, Berlin (semi-finalists) and Tate Exchange, as part of the Social Art Network.