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Annabel McCourt was born in Grimsby in 1975. She is a diverse artist whose work ranges from lens-based gritty social-realism, through to installation art, moving image and architectural interventions inspired by fact, folklore & legend.

 

Annabel is also the Founder and Director of award-winning creative company Cut Ltd.

COMMISSIONS/ EXHIBITIONS/ BROADCAST 

 

'Electric Fence' interactive installation, Hull 2017, UK City of Culture (2017)

‘Icon/Iconoclast’ mixed-media print exhibition, 2021-Visual Arts (2016)
'Project Fitties' cross-disciplinary collaboration & exhibition, Tarlo, Tucker & McCourt (2016)
‘REFUGE’ installation, Abbey Walk Gallery (2015)
‘Genre Commission’ Into Film special, 6-documentary commission (2015)
‘Vestiges of Spirituality’ multimedia installation, ACE Tour (2013-14)
‘Excavations and Estuaries’ Film for ‘Behind Land’ exhibitions (2013-14)
‘Voxx’ TV series Director (Broadcast 2014, Estuary TV)
'Film Nation Shorts' winner Best Animation 14-16 yrs, Cultural Olympiad (2012)
‘Delphine’ Outdoor Film Projection, Bathing Beauties Festival, Mablethorpe (2012)
‘The Identity Crisis’ Film, Surface Gallery, AWG, Lightworks (2009-11)
‘Larkin with Toads’ lead artist, Larkin25, Hull (2010)
‘Destination Steeltown’ ‘Spooky’ & ‘As Yet Untitled’ 3 video installations for Culture, Alienation, Boredom & Despair, 20-21 Visual Arts Centre (2010)
‘The Only in the Village’ TV mini-series, BBC Yorks & Lincs (2005)
‘Digital Stories’ BBC Telling Lives. Broadcasts including ‘Who Do You Think You Are, ‘Talking Teens’ and ‘Taking Care’ seasons (2002–05)
‘Marjorie Prior’ radio documentary series, BBC Radio Humberside (2004)
‘They Say Perfection Would be Boring’ Performance Video, ROOT Festival, Hull (2002)
‘YOTA’ – ‘response’ to the work of Michael Beck and Tanya Cusan during the Year of the Artist. Commissioned by Creative Arts Promotion (2002)
‘Big Brother Little Sister’ Video Installation, Red Gallery and Fist of the Fourth Festival, Hull (2002)
‘Grounded’ - Artist Film, Hull Film Festival – winner ‘Spitting Gems’ category (2001)
‘Universal Mother’ - Solo multi-media exhibition, Plymouth City Art Gallery (1998)

 

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