Charlotte Arnhold (b. 1984 in Hamburg, German), lives and works in Glasgow, UK. Arnhold works with performance, sculpture, video and music. A central element of her practice is playing with identity and the deconstruction of gender ideology.
Creating surreal, dream-like aesthetics, blurring the lines between reality and imagination, she opens space for the doubt and confusion of existing social beliefs and practices.
Solo/two-person shows include: Papageien und die sinnlose Vorstellung, exhibition with Arron Sands, HfbK Gallery, Hamburg, Germany (2015); Ouvre La Porte, exhibition with Silvia Berger, Gallery Hinterconti, Hamburg, Germany (2011).
Group shows include: Dreams & Perfume, a collaboration with Beth Shapeero and Estelle Fournier, Glasgow Open House Festival 2017, Glasgow, UK (2017); Hiscox Art Prize nominee exhibition, Kunsthaus Hamburg, Germany (2015); Journeys are made by the people you travel with, University of Goldsmiths, London, UK (2014); A Line – Working, Weaving, Exhibition with Yael Davids and HfbK students, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg, Germany (2013).
For more information visit charlottearnhold.com.
Charlotte Arnhold, Erica Eyres, Urara Tsuchiya and Ellis Luxemburg
Girlz Club is a an aggressively feminine environment, created in 2015 in Hamburg by artist and musician Charlotte Arnhold. The gallery space will function as a utopian realm and an alternative reality where power lies within transformation, and where identities and aesthetics become fluid. For Glasgow International 2018, Arnhold has invited Erica Eyres, Urara Tsuchiya and Ellis Luxemburg to join her in producing an exhibition and series of events under the title Girlz Club 2018.
Supported by Canada House.
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Fri, 11.30am-5.30pm
Sat – Sun, 12 noon-6pm
An afternoon of talks, performances and workshops.
Sun 6 May
1pm – 6pm
Free, booking required.
A series of film screenings organised by Erica Eyres.
Fri 4 May
2pm – 4pm
Free, no booking required.
Performance by Urara Tsuchiya
A performative dinner hosted by Urara Tsuchiya.
Fri 27 April
2pm – 5pm
Free, booking required