• Wollstonochlincraft 1791-1971 (2016-)

    A series of compound words generated by combining words from 'A Vindication of the Rights of Woman' (Wollstonecraft, 1791) and 'Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?' (Nochlin, 1791)....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Masculinear (detail1), May 2017, <p><em>Masculinear</em>; installation at xero, kline and coma as part of group exhibition: <em>Decorative Dormitories for Sleep Workers </em>with Ami Clarke, Kirsten Cooke, Mer Maggie Roberts: 0rphan Drift, Dale Holmes, Michael Iveson, Tina Jenkins, Sharon Kivland, Mark Nader, Nicola Woodham</p>
  • Light In Dust Tree All (2014)

    Light In Dust Tree All is a new text created as a corporate PowerPoint presentation promoting a light industrial / biotech / life sciences park, using only words from Frankenstein (Shelley, 1831)....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Light In Dust Tree All (vile brand sea), 2014
  • Bad Brain Call (2012)

    Bad Brain Call is a new album of pop songs written by Annabel Frearson using only words from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1831), set to original music by Joe Howe....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Bad Brain Call: vinyl insert, 2012, <p>12 inch vinyl record with lyrics insert.</p>, The Artist
  • Last Tango Inception (2014-)

    Last Tango Inception is a new and ongoing project which presents an illicit conjoining of two films that would not ordinarily be seen together....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Last Tango Inception (head blob), May 2014, <p><em>Last Tango Inception (headblob)</em> made for Gifbites/Bitrates, Shiraz, Iran</p>
  • Remains (2014-)

    The last words from the remaining books of a recently deceased artist....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Remains at OTO Projects, May 2014, <p>Remains performed by Annabel Frearson at Cafe OTO Project space, for the launch of '...Or Maybe It's the Same for Everyone' organised by John Lawrence.</p>
  • Frankenstein2: My Misery (2010-12)

    Frankenstein2; or, the Monster of Main Stream is an ongoing project which involves rewriting, or rearranging, Mary Shelley's 1831 edition of Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, using all and only the words from the original to create a new novel...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, My Misery: LUX/ICA Biennial, 2012, Narrated by actor Alex Walker for the LUX/ICA Biennial of Moving Images, London 2012 as part of The Sensible Stage, curated by Bridget Crone / Plenty Projects in association with Picture This. Other participating artists: Gail Pickering, Jimmy Robert, Cara Tolmie. See: http://www.ica.org.uk/?lid=33380
  • Frankenstein in Film (2013)

    Frankenstein in Film was made in collaboration with Lucy Reynolds as part of her Anthology project for Film in Space, an exhibition of film and expanded cinema selected by Guy Sherwin at Camden Arts Centre, Dec 2012 - Feb 2013....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Frankenstein in Film: installation shot, Camden Arts Centre, January 2013, <p>Featured in Anthology are: Ami Clarke, Annabel Frearson, Lizzie Hughes, Sharon Kivland, Gil Lueng, Liliane Lijn, Hélène Martin, Annabel Nicolson, Sharon Morris, Sally O'Reilly, Clunie Reid, Lis Rhodes, Audrey Reynolds, Cherry Smyth, Erika Tan, Anne Tallentire and Sarah Tripp.</p>
  • BaudriR (2001-12)

    BaudriR charts the live reproduction in internet chat rooms of Jean Baudrillard's In the Shadow of the Silent Majorities. ...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Golden Thread, Belfast, 2012, <p><em>BaudriR</em> in <em>What You Are, I Am Too</em>, a group exhibition at Golden Thread gallery, Belfast</p>
  • Justine Time by Lake (2013)

    A description of Max/MSP software language written using only words from Frankenstein (Shelley, 1831) ///////////// \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ ////////////////// \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ ///////////////// \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ /////////////////// \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ /////...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Justine Time by Lake: print, <p>Print poster version of Justine Time by Lake.</p>
  • Coming Soon with Tai Shani (2013)

    Coming Soon was made in collaboration with Tai Shani for Anthology Live, an evening of film based performances at Camden Arts Centre, as part of the exhibition, Film in Space. Also performing for Anthology Live: Lizzie Hughes, Sharon Kivland, Clunie...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Coming Soon, Feb 2013
  • I (2014)

    A sound piece commissioned for a solo exhibition at Ohrenhoch, Berlin....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, I at Ohrenhoch, 2014
  • Rotten Tomatoes review (2014)

    A commission by forthcoming Trifle magazine to write a review of the film I, Frankenstein (Beattie, 2014), using only words from Frankenstein (Shelley, 1831), and post it on Rotten Tomatoes website....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, I, Frankenstein review Rotten Tomatoes, 2014
  • Fulfilling All Promise (2013)

    Produced for Reading As Art, an event at Senate House Library organised by Sharon Kivland as part of the Bloomsbury Literature Festival....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Fulfilling all Promise, 2013, <p>image: Charles Harrowell</p>
  • Frankenfight (2013)

    Frankenfight was created for Stage Night at the Horse Hospital in London, and contains only words used in Frankenstein. Listen to Frankenfight new audio version...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Frankenfight
  • Frankenstein2: This is Your Captain Speaking (2011)

    This is Your Captain Speaking was written for an exhibition examining the relationship between art and pornography. It forms part of Frankenstein2..., an ongoing project using all and only the words from Shelley's 1831 Frankenstein to create a new no...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, This is Your Captain Speaking, 2011, <p>A rehearsed reading by Alex Walker for <em>Transgression</em> at Beers.Lambert in association with University of Kent and The Institute of Philosophy, London.</p>
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  • Deposition (1998)

    An alphabetical list of words contained within the extracts from the Starr Report was recorded by an 11 year old, and subsequently recompiled following the original narrative. Listen to an extract here: ...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Starr Report
  • Wayne & Julette (1998)

    Wayne and Julette reproduces a real AOL chatroom conversation recounting the unraveling of an online encounter between Wayne from Hounslow, UK and Julette from Pennsylvania, USA. Listen to the full audio...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Sorted, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 1998
  • The Mule (1997)

    The Mule was a one-day national newspaper and website organised by Roman Vasseur, David Barrett, Emma Rushton, Derek Tyman and David Blamey with contributions by 26 artists. The Mule attempted to take on 'big-boy' media at their own game, revealing t...

    ANNABEL FREARSON, The Mule: newspaper, 1997
  • Photography

    Before focusing on text based works, I used to make photographs....

    ANNABEL FREARSON, Forest Fires, 1996, Contemporary Art Society; Frank Cohen Collection