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Qualifications

1981 – B.A. (Hons.)Fine Art – Maidstone College of Art
1984 – M.A. Printmaking – Royal College of Art
1995 – Specialism: Directing – The National Film & Television School

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)

About

Inga Burrows is a Senior Lecturer in Arts and Media at Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries. She is a practicing artist and filmmaker, she specializes in teaching fiction film and experimental film. Her research interests include: artist cinema, participatory art, experimental documentary, performance for screen.
http://ingaburrows.com/

Independently she is currently she is developing a feature length autobiographical film, that interweaves material from Burrows’ body of film works, live-action and animation (often featuring herself as subject/performer) with dramatic re-enactments.

Also she is currently working on a partnership project with Cardiff Harbour Authority. in collaboration with Writer Dr Alice Entwistle and Information Technology Expert Dr. Fiona Carroll, she is working on a series of public artworks.

Prior to taking up a full-time post at Glamorgan Inga worked as a community artist and an animator-live action filmmaker, producing commissions for the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester and Amnesty International.

Experience

• 2013- Course Leader Film and Video
• 2006-2011 Course Leader MA Moving Image
• 2009-2010 Theatre & Media Drama Research Unit Steering Committee

Publications

• Burrows, I, Offset multi-media installation, G39 Galley, Cardiff (October,2014) http://www.g39.org/cgi-bin/website.cgi?place=exhibitions&id=4728 • Burrows, I, Deviant Choresphotomediationsmachine.net/2014/02/15/deviant-chores/ • Burrows, I, with Steve Blandford (2013) ’Creative Encounters across the Counter: Reflections on an Artist’s Residency in Cardiff Market Hall’, I Burrows,pp. 89-104.Cyfrwng 10 (2013) ISBN 1742-9234

• Burrows, I. (2012) ‘Folk Glance’ and ‘Veil Trance’: 2 video works made in collaboration with the stallholders
in Cardiff Market Hall, http://jmpscreenworks.com/?pid=vol3

• Burrows, I. (2011) ‘Lively hood’:multi-media installation, Old Library, Cardiff, /www.cardiffstory.com/content.asp?nav=178,228&parent_directory_id=2&id=620&Language=

• Burrows, I & Dr. Krebs, K (2009) ’From Memories to Monuments: Artist as Translator’,
International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp.297-306.

• Burrows, I, & Dr. Krebs, (2007) ‘Orienting voices in memories and spaces – Well I Never….?,
Journal of Media Practice, 8:1 Intellect Press: Bristol,ISSN14682753

Memberships

Deputy Chair MeCCSA Practice Network

External

Board Member Bombastic Dance and New Media Theatre Company

Consultancy

Examples of recent consultancy:
Rubicon Dance, Cardiff- dance film production
Strategic Insight Partnership, Cardiff Harbour Authority

Research

Research Interests:
First person filmmaking, identity and place, participatory visual arts practice, feminist aesthetics,work and play.

I am currently working on an autobiographical hybrid feature production entitledMy Finest Hour and a Half. This 90-minute film weaves dramatic re-enactment, documentary, animation and archival material from past projects, in performative self-reflective investigation into identity formation.

I am co-investigator on an interdisciplinary art-design project located in Cardiff Bay Barrage, partnered with Cardiff Council and Cardiff story Museum. Working alongside poetry theorist Dr Alice Entwistle and information technology expert Dr Fiona Carroll. Inspired by words taken from Virginia Woolf’s modernist novel To The Lighthouse, So Much Depends will transform the unusual manmade space of the 1.2km long of the Barrage Harbour Arm (opened in 1999) into an enriched immersive/projective and multi-dimensional visitor experience .linking the barrage to Flat Holm Island, and its lighthouse, lying in the Bristol Channel some 2.5 km offshore.

2014 REF submission
2014 OffSet Exhibition, G39 Gallery, Cardiff
2014 Artist-in-Residence BBC Roath Lock Studios, Cardiff Bay, funded by Arts Council Wales
2014 RNIB Cymru artist-in-residence in collaboration with writer Dr. Alice Entwistle

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