Bernice Donszelmann
England

EDUCATION
1996 MA History and Theory of Modern Art: Theory in Relation to Practice, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London
1991 MA Painting, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London
1987 BA Fine Art Honours Diploma in Painting, University of Alberta, Canada

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS, PROJECTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Exhibitions:
2012 One and one and one, CGP, London
2010 Interior Life, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury, UK
2010 Architectural Fictions, South Hill Park Gallery, Bracknell, UK
2009 Outside Architecture, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London
2008 … same as it ever was, Arts Gallery UAL, London
2007 Painting Unlimited APT Gallery, London
2006 Transfer, Keith Talent Gallery, London
2006 On the Way to Things, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
2005 EX Roma, APT Gallery, London
2004 Plurale 1, The British School at Rome, Rome, Italy
2004 Bernice Donszelmann and Andrew Chesher, LAE Gallery, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London

Projects:
2008-2012 collaborative curatorial group OUTSIDE ARCHITECTURE with artists Tim Renshaw and Mary Maclean.
2006 Transfer (exhibition), Keith Talent Gallery, London – co-curated with David Ryan
2006 Transfer ¬(publication: essays by Bernice Donszelmann, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, David Ryan) – co-edited with David Ryan
2002-03 site specific wall drawing at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, London

Publications:
2012 “Semper’s Wall: Figuring Ground” in Ed Whittaker, Alex Landrum (eds.), Painting with Architecture in Mind
(book: published by Wunderkammer Press, Bath University)
2011 “Facing Cinecitta” Block magazine, London
2010 “Interior Life”, exhibition publication (published by Reading University, UK)
2009 “Proposal for a materialist arena: painted space” conference paper – Occupation: negotiations with constructed space,
School of Architecture, Brighton University, UK: web publication)
2008 “Synthetic Labour”, essay, Damian Taylor Paintings (publication: Hidde van Seggelen, London)
2006 “Touch Screen” essay contribution to the publication Transfer, (publication: MMU, Manchester)