Michèle Fuirer | Biography
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Michèle graduated from Exeter University in 1979 with a B.A. Combined Honours in English and Fine Art. From 1980 to 1984 she worked as Assistant to the Gallery Manager, and then Touring Exhibitions Officer for the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. During this period she also worked as an artist across both community education and art education. This developed later into the emergent profession of ‘artist educator’, working with audiences inside museums and galleries. Michèle has created projects and collaborations with a number of contemporary art galleries and museums, working with a diverse and wide ranging audience.

The artist completed an M.Phil. in the Department for Contemporary Cultural Studies at Birmingham University in 1989 and in 1992 an M.A. in Fine Art from Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, where her work was mainly within sculpture and installation. Since 1995 she has been working with the moving image as an extension of and departure from the medium of photography. This in turn has led to small-scale performance based work sometimes for camera, and sometimes in the public realm.

Michèle Fuirer was born in London where she currently lives and works.

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Selected Solo

Paper Space, London. ‘French Curve’ Monoprints, 2017

The Photographers’ Gallery, London. ‘Laid Table’ a collaboration, 2003
Whitechapel Art Gallery, foyer space, Unheimlich – Photography/Text, 1999
Cafe Gallery Projects, London. Sculpture and video, 1995
The Bond Gallery, Birmingham. Video installation, 1995

Selected Group

Unbound, Thames Barrier Studio, two person show of prints with Sally McKay, April 2017

Freedom of the Press, Thames Barrier Print Studio, London. Group show of printmaking, 2012.

Shiobhan Davies Dance Studios, London. Site specific photowork and video (two person show with Louise Sheridan), 2008
‘Disassemble’ Performance for John Cage Musicircus, Barbican Arts Centre, London, 2004
CURIO, Hanbury Street, London E1. Site specific commission, 2002
Perceptions of Pain, St Thomas Hospital, London. Film with Stephen Dwoskin, 2002
Rencontres Internationales, Paris/Berlin. Video screening, 2001
The Ark Project 2000, Berlin/London at Dilston Grove Gallery, 2000
A Different Kind of Show, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 2000
Bankside Browser – Bankside, London. For Tate Modern (pre opening), 1999
Open House, PriceWaterhouseCooper, London, 1998
Kunstbrucke VIII, Café Gallery, London. Video, 1998
Selected by jury for Videomedeja, International Video Summit, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1997
New Visions ’96, Glasgow International Festival. Video screening, 1996
Zone, Multi Media Event, Maidstone, Kent. Video screening, 1996
Kunstbrucke VI, Café Gallery, London. Cultural Exchange, 1996
EAT (Touring), Leicester City Gallery, 1995
New Worlds-Digital Photography, Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham, 1995
Multi-Media Event, Birmingham Centre for Media Arts. Slide work, 1994