Projects

2019

Museum Schloss Moyland – Wochenende der Graphik
Museum Schloss Moyland

“The Masque of Blackness’ (2018) 12’45” is being screened on a loop at Museum Schloss Moyland 9th-10th November 2019  11 am – 5 pm with a Q & A at 4 -5pm with Dr Barbara Strieder and Epoh Beech

 

In Der Ebene – Arts Festival, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany from May 13th – July 31st
Group Show- Kunstverein Projektraum Banhof 25 Kleve May 18th – June 9th (weekends)
Kunstverein Bahnhof 25

 

Nachte der KulTour 18th May
Outdoor Screenings of ‘The Masque of Blackness’ (2018) 12’45” looped on May 18th and May 25th 9pm – 12am in Kleve – Germany

 

 

2018

‘The Masque of Blackness’  – The National Theatre Flytower Outdoor Screeing  – 27th -29th September 2018 Part of Totally Thames 2018

Totally Thames 2018 – The Masque of Blackness

 

‘The Masque of Blackness’  was exhibited at Gallery 46, Whitechapel London E1 2AJ from 6th September – 6th October 2018

Press Release for The Masque of Blackness

Gallery 46

 

 

2015

ACAVA OPEN STUDIOS 19th -20th September 2015 – review by Mary-Lu Bakker in the Notting Hill Post
Notting Hill Post
Talk – at ACAVA Blechynden Street Studios on Wednesday September 2nd at 7.30 pm as part of the Griffin Gallery and Lacey Contemporary Gallery’s West Wednesdays Programme

The Griffin Gallery

Lacey Contemporary Gallery

2014

Kunst Telpost – Millingen aan de Rijn Netherlands – Residency  July 2014

See Exhibitions and Drawings and Animations  for images of the work and for information on the residency please go to Kunst Telpost Millingen

2014

Talk – at ACAVA Blechynden Street Studios on June 18th as part of the Griffin Gallery West Wednesdays Programme

The Griffin Gallery

2013

Talk and animation screening of “The Marriage of the Thames and the Rhine” at “The Creative Art of Pilgrimage” The Gatekeeper Trust Weekend Conference , Pewsey, Wiltshire.

View pdf of Flyer

2006

Milchhof e.V. Art Group – Milchhof Studios Berlin- Residency

The Milchof Studios in Berlin became Epoh’s home in 2006 when she took up an Arts Residency. There she gained first hand knowledge of the use of colour, music and patterns in Germanic design and of the impact of the Bahaus School on decorative art.