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SE Barnet

December 1 to December 8

Do You Feel Real
Single channel video, 2’16”

November 17 to November 24

Synonyms Bitch
Single channel video, 1’21”

November 10 to November 17

Slow Celebration
Single channel video, 1’08”

November 3 to November 10

Second verse, same as the first…
Single channel video, 1’12”

October 27 to November 3

Track and Trace
Single channel video, 43”

October 20 to October 27

Generative Fictions
single channel video, 57″, 2020

October 13 to October 19

The Politics of Salmon
Single channel video, 1’30”

October 6 to October 13

Single channel video, 53”

September 29 to October 6

Their Catastrophe, My Souvenir
Single channel video, 2’ 18”

September 22 to September 29

Intelligent Agents
Single channel video, 1’ 40”

September 15 to September 22

Take a walk
Single channel video, 41”

September 8 to September 15

Single channel video, 1’ 45”

September 1 to September 8

Single channel video, 3’ 11”

August 18 to August 31

Involved vs Committed
Single channel video 23”

August 4 to August 11

Single channel video 2’ 11”

July 28 to August 4

Single channel video, 30 ”

July 21 to July 28

Summer Swim
Single channel video, 1 minute 24 seconds, 2020

July 14 to July 21

SE Barnet, Water-Plow
Single channel video, 1 minute 55 seconds, 2020 (c) SE Barnet

July 7 to July 14

Single channel video, 1mins 15 secs, 2020

June 30 to July 7

1’50” Mono Channel video

SE Barnet is an internationally exhibiting artist from Los Angeles now based in the UK. Her practice employs anecdote and language towards a consideration of personal histories sited within larger political discourses. Working across multiple media including; drawing, moving image and installation, she creates intimate visual essays on everyday pursuits. Her works often engage with relationships encircling place and identity.

SE Barnet’s works are part of the J. Paul Getty Research Institute’s Collection of Video Art and have been exhibited at the Getty Museum and The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the ICA in London, and the American Academy in Rome. As well, she has contributed writing to MIT’s Leonardo Journal and illustrations and writing to three projects published by Verse Chorus Press. Barnet collaborated on the Everyday Press book Drawing and Other writing.

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