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“We order sensations in space through the dimension of time. Experience is a fluid state of
being where moments cannot be frozen; instead they melt into each other in a private reality of
I work with the documentation of impermanence - using my body as a recording instrument for
the re-translation of experiential and transient data – sound/touch/movement/effort – into
drawn form. Drawing In Time III captures a performance drawing which reflects the sound of
traffic under Waterloo Bridge Road, but the qualities and capabilities of video, sound and the
specificities of projection space allow the work to be reshaped as a new event, playing with
control, choice and perception.
* Henri Bergson, Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness, translated by F.L. Pogson, M.
A. London: George Allen and Unwin
2004-2006 MA Fine Art, Central St Martins, University of the Arts, London. AHRC Supported.
1992-1995 1st class BA Hons in Fine Art, Wimbledon School of Art
1991-1992 Art Foundation, Middlesex University
2005 Quick and Dirty, at The Bargehouse Gallery, Bankside.
2005 Discord at Temporary Contemporary.
2005 Curated FreqOUT! A wireless Art showcase, at The Institute of Contemporary Art
2003/6 Common Ground a British Council touring exhibition (Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey, Pakistan, The United Arab
Emirates and Syria to date and ongoing) featuring work by Amy Robins and Tanveer Ahmed as Amyandtanveer
and six British artists.
2003 Common Ground Photographs by Amyandtanveer at the British Council UK Headquarters, Spring Gardens, London.
2000 Amyandtanveer at The Scala, London.
1999 Zero Zero Zero, at The Whitechapel Gallery, London.
2005 Lecture tour accompanying Common Ground at The Abu Dhabi Cultural Institute, United Arab Emirates, & The
National Society for the Fine Arts, Oman, by request of the British Council.
2004 Lecture tour accompanying Common Ground at The National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta and Jogyaharta
at the request of the British Council.
2007 Curator of Museum Of Now - a site-specific and sonic public artwork for the Harrow Road (W9/W10) in
September 2007 by Jennie Savage as part of the continuing FreqOUT! programme.
2007 Founder of Situate, an artists collective
2007 Co-founder of Show Me Your Work a monthly artist salon with Panos Delliabros
2005 Curator of FreqOUT! – a wireless art initiative and exhibition at the ICA for Westminster City Council and