Charlotte Prodger Wiki – Charlotte Prodger Biography
Charlotte Prodger Wiki: Charlotte Prodger (born 1974) is a British artist who works with “moving image, printed image, sculpture and writing”. Her films include Stoneymollan Trail (2015) and Bridgit (2016). In 2018 Charlotte Prodger won the Turner Prize.
Charlotte Prodger Early life
Prodger was All Page born in Bournemouth in 1974 and studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, and the Glasgow School of Art.
Charlotte Prodger Career
Prodger works with “moving image, printed image, sculpture and writing”. Her film Stoneymollan Trail is a compilation of scenes made since the late 1990s using “old camcorder, HD and more recent iPhone footage”. Her film Bridgit addresses issues of queer identity and was shot using an iPhone.
In 2017 Charlotte Prodger undertook the Berwick Artists’ Moving Image Residency, where Charlotte Prodger developed LHB, a new single-screen work for cinema that premiered at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival2017.
In 2018 she won the Turner Prize for an exhibition of Bridgit and Stoneymollan Trail at Bergen Kunsthall in Norway. In 2019 she will represent Scotland at the 58th Venice Biennale.
Charlotte Prodger Films
- Stoneymollan Trail (2015) – 52 minutes
- Bridgit (2016) – 32 minutes
- LHB (2017) – 25 minutes
Charlotte Prodger Solo exhibitions
- Bridgit/Stoneymollan Trail, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway, 2017/2018
Charlotte Prodger Collections
Prodger’s work is held in the following public collections:
- Arts Council Collection, UK: 1 film, Bridgit (as of December 2018)
Charlotte Prodger Personal life
Prodger lives and works in Glasgow.
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