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Ron Haselden screenings & exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions

2001/2002
Big White Wall, Galeire Triangle, Rennes, France. No Go, Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok, Thailand. Echelle at Canterbury, Neon Sculpture for St Peter's Church, Canterbury. With Sandra Drew of Corridor Arts and Jill Robin of the Marlow theatre, Canterbury. Echelle, The Church of St Mary the Virgin, Rotherhithe, London. Gaslight, Mobile Home Gallery, London.

1999-00
Colour Swatch, a temporary work for the High Street shops in the City of Winchester. Echelle, a neon lightwork commissioned for the Salisbury Festival and Fête A light and sound work. Blue Passage, a work for 8000 blue Led's, commissioned by the BFI for the new IMAX cinema, Waterloo, London. Light Touch A light work for the new Salway Road Performing Arts Centre, Stratford, London (In collaboration with Iain Goodhew.).

1999
Stephan Batory, A disturbance of memory on the Acropolis Curated by Sharon Kivland, Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, London. Jumping Girl, an animated neon light work for the Museum of Film, Video and Photography, Bradford.

1998
Escalier, a light and sound work activated by the presence of people at The New Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cambridge. The Tower a work for the Gala dinner, Tate Gallery, London. Four Quarters, a collaborative sculpture with Bill Culbert for The Department of Meteorology, The University of Reading. Diver: A Quality of Light exhibition, Tate Gallery, St Ives. Paul, George and Ringo, A commission for a temporary work for Bournemouth in association with the Russell-Cotes Museum and Art Gallery. Cannonbury, An RSA Art For Architecture award working with Lynne Kinnear, landscape architect to develop a collaborative sculpture scheme for Cannonbury Schools, Highgate, London. Bon Voyage, Galerie du Tnb Rennes, France. Small Diver: Off the Rack, Rack Gallery, London. Drewen Horse, International Kunstforum, Drewen, Germany. Little Object, curated by Sharon Kivland, Centre for Freudian Analysis & Research, London. Boxes for Musée Imaginaire, Museum of Installation, London. Frère Jacques et autre pièces, Centre d'Arts Plastiques, St.Fons, Lyon, France.

1997-00
Breathing In and Breathing Out, A trilogy of lightworks for North Kensington, collaborating with the architect, Robert Barnes and Iain Goodhew from the Department of Cybernetics at The University of Reading with research and grants funded by The London Arts Board and North Kensington Arts.

1997
Occhi di Gatto, a solar powered lightwork for the exhibition Accordi di luce, Theatro di Marcello, Rome, Italy.

1994
Maid of the Mist, a projection and sound work in collaboration with Peter Cusack for the Museum of Installation, London and the Ikon Gallery Birmingham. Beyond Light, The Tate Gallery Liverpool.

1994-95
Tap Dancing, a light and sound work for the Czech Republic and Here and Now, Serpentine Gallery, London.

1993
Golden Crescent, The South London Gallery.

1992
Fin de Semana, a projection of a maze, Hammersmith. Mario Flecha Gallery, London. Entre nuit et jour, Galerie du Chai and sites within the town of Saint Brieuc. Mission Arts Plastiques Office Departemental Culturel des Cotes d' Amor, France. Tawny Owl, Fundacion Banco Patricos. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1991
Lightbeam, The Mairie, Plouer-sur-Rance, France. Lunasa, a large scale work for an outdoor site. A series of interrelated work by three artists with 75 participants. Sligo, Republic of Ireland. Fete, Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs, London.

1990
Illuminated Library 2, a light work for the shop window gallery, 109 Charing Cross Road, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London. Fete, Serpentine Gallery, London. Travellers, a new installation responding to the speed of the wind. Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno, Wales. Boat Affected by the Wind, Mario Flecha Gallery, London.

1989-1990
Illuminated Library. Installed book works in the gallery, Frith Street Gallery, London.

1989
Coliseum 1, a light and sound environment to be viewed from the street at night. Showroom Gallery, London. Coliseum 2, The Kings Cross Automatic Gearbox Centre, London. Fete, a large scale sound and light work for a field in the exhibition, Scottish Connection at Feeringbury Manor, Essex. Fears Twittering in the Stomach Like Birds in a Paper Bag, a light and sound environment in the gallery. Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester.

1988
Patience, a son et lumiere performance, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Pomeroy Purdy Gallery and the Architects Association, London.

1987
belvedere, TSWA 3-D Project, Bellever Forest, Dartmoor. Dust on Dust, four-week changing room installation, Chisenhale Studios, London. The Illuminations Show, Camerawork Gallery, London. Nightline, Museum of Technology, Kettles Yard Gallery, Cambridge.

1986
Chamelon, slide tape installation, Photogalleriet, Oslo, Norway. Chameleon and Days in Plymouth, Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm, Sweden. Rain, East End Mission Charity Shop, London. Racing Start Slide Installation, Daylight Club, The Diorama, London.

1985
Troubled Men and Troubled Women, Cleveland Art Centre, Middlesborough, and Murdoch Lothian Gallery, Liverpool. Sculpture at Work, Sandra Drew Gallery, Canterbury. The Garden of England, a shop site, Canterbury Fringe Festival (Organised by the Sandra Drew Gallery.) Highlife installation, Camerawork Gallery, London. Thames Project and other studies, Andrew Lamont Gallery, London. Life and Social Skills, Artists in Industry exhibition, Leeds City Art Gallery, then touring Great Britain. Futures, Cambridge Darkroom Gallery, Cambridge.

1984
Work from Montreal including collaborative work with Sylvie Belanger and students from Concordia University, VAV Gallery, Pavilion des Beaux Arts, Montreal, and Mercer Union Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Exe, Exeter.

1983
Paper Piers, Murdoch Lothian Gallery, Liverpool. Sunderland Bridge, St Albans College of Art Gallery, Hertford. Recent Drawings, Lewis Johonstone Gallery, London.

1980 Sanctuary, a work for 100 loudspeakers, guest artist, Society of Scottish Artists, Edinburgh.

1981
Graving Dock, Acme Gallery, London.

1980
Paper, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham. Paper II, Sunderland Arts Centre.

1978
Working 12 Days, Acme Gallery, London. Red Maple, and Dutch Elm, Syracuse University, New York. Red Pine, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York. Turning Scrap, Acme Gallery, London.

1977
Seaward Summer Show 1, Serpentine Gallery, London. Peterloo Gallery, Manchester. Third Eye Gallery, Glasgow. Aberdeen Museum and Art Gallery. Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh. Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff.

1976
Lady Dog and Providence Trawling, Aronlfini Gallery, Bristol. Sticks for the Dog, Acme Gallery, London.


Group Exhibitions

2000/2002
TROP VITE LEVEZ LE PIED (Anxious Words), an exhibition curated by Sharon Kivland, Waterstone's, Piccadilly, London.
Illumination, artists working in light, the Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool. Bébé Ark 2000, Kunstbrücke Project, Dilston Grove, London. Sailing, The Great Promenade Show, The Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool. 3 video works in a gallery presentation, Centre d'Arts Plastiques, St.Fons, Lyon, France. Railway Carriage, a 3 screen film projection, formerly for Lux Cinema, London. (Screening at the Royal College of Art London. Hortensia, a video projection to be seen by passers-by in the High Street, Deptford. Museum of Installation, London. Forum, Millennium exhibition, Norwich Gallery. Borderline A video made in collaboration with Marcel Dinahet, and Jean-Marc Huitorel. L'Ancienne Mairie de Plouër-sur-Rance, France.

1995
In Vino Veritas, The British School at Rome, Italy. Here and Now, British Sculpture, The Serpentine gallery, London. Castrato, Plasy Monastery, Czech Republic. Post Decadence, Café Gallery, London.

1994
Moving, Stichting de Appel, Holland. Castrato, Plasy Monastery Sculpture Symposium, Czech Republic. Post Decadence, Café Gallery, London. The Quest for Greatness-in-Miniature, Gmunder Kunstverein, Schwabisch, Germany. Kunstlandschaft Donau, Ulm, Germany. Creating a Vision
1993
Body as Site, Rosemary Butcher Dance Company, Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow and the Angel Row Gallery Nottingham, then touring. Terminal 2, Manchester Airport. Projects for the new building. Recent British Sculpture., National touring exhibition, works from the Arts Council Collection. Sculptura Ulm '93, a solar powered lightwork for the side of the river Danube, Wiblinger Klosterhof, Germany. 3 Artists, (Sharon Kivland, Sylvie Belanger, Ron Haselden), Appollohuis Gallery, Einhoven, Holland. Bees in the Bush, Plasy Monastery Sculpture Symposium, Czech Republic. Moving, Stichting de Appel, Holland.

1992
British Art, an installation with light and sound (Sound by Peter Cusack), Glarus, Switzerland. Sculptures en Mouvement, Office Municipal Cultural de Loudeac, France. British Art, 5 artists, Bruno Bucher Gallery, Poitier, France. 3 Artists, Gallery Apunto, Amsterdam, Holland. En Scene, Galeire W139, Amsterdam, Holland. Lux Europa, a mirrored projection for a site at Waverly Station, Edinburgh, Scotland.

1991
Corriger les Lieux, Apres la Photographie de Voyage, Dazibao Gallery, Montreal, Canada. Three Weeks, Three machines, Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna, Austria. Five Artists from Mario Fletcha Gallery, Galeria Furcares, Madrid, Spain. New Meanings for City Sites, Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham. The Ark, Minories Art Gallery, Colchester.

1990
River, Goldsmiths College Art Gallery, London. Now for the Future, purchases from the Arts Council Touring Collection, Hayward Gallery, London. Artists for Nuclear Disarmament Exhibition, Woolwich, London. Shelflife, a new installation for the Nextphase, exhibition organised by the Wise Taylor Partnership. The Old Pumping Station, Wapping, London. Before Sculpture, UK sculptors' drawings. New York Studio School, New York, USA. Windsweep, a large scale lightwork responding to the speed of the wind. Installed across a hillside at Mount Edgecumbe Country Park, Plymouth, T.S.W.A. Four Cities project. Shelflife, a gallery installation for an exhibition aimed at an audience with sight difficulties called New Light on Sculpture, Tate Gallery, Liverpool.

1989
Ways of Telling, Mostyn Art Gallery, North Wales. Tree of Life, a South Bank Touring exhibition, touring to British Venues over two years. Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London. The Scottish Connection, Crammond Sculpture Park, Edinburgh.

1988
The Icon Show, Mario Flecha Gallery, London. Monumental Works, works which are no larger than the span of one's hands. Curated by Sharon Kivland and Ian Walker, the Crypt Gallery, St George Church, Bloomsbury, London. Horse, The Islington Festival. A Lightwork for a Building Site in City Road, London. Grey Matter, 4 sculptors, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham. fragments of False Houses, curated by Sharon Kivland and Julia Little, Pomeroy Purdy Gallery, London. Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London.

1987
The Shelf Show, small works for shelves, Kettles Yard Gallery, Cambridge.

1986
Art in Place, St Michael's Gallery, Derby. Timespring, University Art Gallery, Reading. Future 2000, Darkroom Gallery, Cambridge. Personae non Gratae, a sculpture for the Garden Festival, Stoke-on-Trent.

1985
Tape Slide presentation of work with P. Gregg; sound tape produced in collaboration with mentally handicapped children, Camerawork Gallery, London. One Per Cent, artists working with architects, Levitt Bernstein Associates, London. Sculptors at Work, Sandra Drew Gallery, London. Axiom Review, Axiom Gallery, Cheltenham.

1984
Invited artist to the International Winter Symposium, Geilo, Norway. The Dog Show, Interim Gallery, London. Capital Paintings, Barbican Centre, London. The Mask Show, Café Gallery, London. Complex Spaces, Third Eye Gallery, Glasgow, then touring Belfast. Art Within Reach, AIR Gallery, London; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham. Demarcation, represented by the Murdoch Lothian Gallery, Liverpool. Artists Shortlisted for Purchase Scheme by Friends of the Tate, Warwick Arts Trust, London. The North, Tape Slide Presentation with work by Ron Hasselden, S.Brisley, and J. Cornellissen, Tate Gallery, London. Four Evening Programmes, by Ron Haselden, Stuart Brisley and Tim Head, Regent Park Studios, Acme Gallery, London. Sculptor's Drawings, organised by the Arts Council to tour Scotland.

1983
Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London. Drawing in Air, Sunderland Arts Centre, then touring Britain.

1982
British Drawing, Hayward Annual, Hayward Gallery, London. Working Drawings, Nottingham Group Gallery, Nottingham. Recent Purchases, Serpentine Gallery, London. Premio Lubiam, Palazzo de Gonsanga, Sabbioneta, Italy. Summer Exhibition, Lewis Johnstone Gallery, London.

1981
Art and the Sea, Third Eye Gallery, Glasgow: University Gallery, Liverpool; ICA, London. Drawings - Hannah Collins and Ron Haselden, ICA, London. Tolly Cobbold exhibition touring Great Britain.

1980
prizewinners, Holborn Underground Station Competition, Whitechapel Gallery, London.

1978
Film as Film, Hayward Gallery, London.

1977
Dog's Dinner, Experimental Film programme, Hayward Gallery, London.

1976
Lady Dog, Festival of expanded Cinema, ICA, London; Inglese Arte Oggi, Milan, Italy.


Current and Ongoing Projects

Full Circle A neon lightwork for the new Nexus House building, Newcastle.

Fluorescence Barbican Arts Centre, London. A light sculpture for car parks 2,3,4 and 5. Working with the engineers Andy Bramwell, Chuks Opara and Torpy & Partners. funded by the Barbican Arts Centre.

Gill Sans Southwark, London. A light sculpture for individual bridges in Southwark. An initiative from the Local Residents Association and Southwark Borough Council to develop ideas in the area surrounding the Tate Bankside. Working with the architect Robert Barnes. Funded by local business schemes and Southwark Borough Council.

Trilogy Part 2 The second part of three light works for Trellick Tower, London. Working with the electronics engineer Iain Goodhew, the architect Robert Barnes and lighting designers, Sutton Vane Associates. Research funded by The London Arts Board.

Kelvin Link A lightwork for a new footbridge across the Kelvin river linking Glasgow University and the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow in collaboration with the architects John Mc Aslan partners.

The Visitor An electronic visitors book for the new Millennium City Project, Durham. Visitors can sign an electronic book which is endlessly expanded and re-presented across 11 small screens as scrolling images of illuminated signatures. The work goes on ad infinitum.

White Light Two ovals of white neon light softly appear and disappear seen from standing on either of the two glass decked platforms of the new St. Peters Station, Sunderland. One image forms as the other subsides sequenced by the movement of wind.

Sailing a small windmill of revolving, changing coloured neon light for the promenade or the pier and sequenced by wind. Blackpool. Funded by Blackpool Borough Council.


Commsissions

1993
A large scale lightwork sequenced by the direction of the wind for the new Lewisham library, London.

1991
Red River A neon sculpture as a clock based on a sequence form the film of the same name. Commissioned for the new cinema of the Meadowhill centre, Sheffield.

1989
If Music be the Food of Love, Play On A light sculpture incorporating the effects of the wind for Chipping Norton School, Oxfordshire.

1988
Aviary An animated series of birds in neon, large sacle work for the façade of the new Birmingham International Convention Centre.

1985
Magnetism affects our social behaviour A sculpture commission for the George Green Memorial Museum, Nottingham.

1984
Invited artist to script a 20 minute television programme for Television South west.

1982
Neon sculpture for the Royal Centre, Nottingham: Collaboration with J Sullivan on programming and electronics.

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