Jacqui Davies has worked with artists and filmmakers, producing moving image since 2005, including Apichatpong Weerasulthakul, Ben Rivers, Jane and Louise Wilson and Richard Billingham.
Artist: Zarina Bhimji
Development Producer: Jacqui Davies
Time, a Hesitant Smile: Film, Broadcast and Time Travel
Curator: Jacqui Davies
Hackney Picturehouse, London, November-December 2014
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea February 2015
Me and the Black Dog, 2015
Kate Owens and Neeta Madahar
Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age
FACT, Liverpool 2015
Double Visions, 2014
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Sixty Six, 2014
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
25 artists’ short films for Random Acts, Channel 4 Television, UK. Co-commissioned with FACT, Liverpool
Marina Abramovic, Dangerous Games
David Austen, Happiness
Richard Billingham, Siberian Tiger
Dara Birnbaum, Kojak/Wang
Minerva Cuevas, micadust
Shezad Dawood, Piercing Brightness (Trailer)
James Franco, Dream
Johan Grimonprez, I may have lost forever my umbrella
David Hall, ecsateeTV too
Lucy Harvey, GUIDE TO LIFE IV(A).7: A Song of My Youth
Lewis Klahr, The Moon Has Its Reasons
Mark Leckey, Pearl Vision
Rachel Mayeri, Primate Cinema: Movies for Monkeys
Haroon Mirza, This content was transmitted to this date in 1987
Shahryar Nashat, Knee Bruise Left Edged
Martha Rosler, Because This Is Britain
James Richards, Today
Semiconductor, Some Part of Us Will Have Become
Zineb Sedira, End of Life
Stephen Suttcliffe, Players' Edition
Sarah Wood, Three-Minute Warning
Mark Wallinger, Ever Since
Phillip Warnell, The Scales and Stripes
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Monsoon
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Warning: Reading this may or may not change your life
A site-specific installation built at a location within Turner Contemporary, Margate
Worlds in the Making, 2011
A culmination of several years working with scientists in the volcanic regions of the Galápagos Islands and mainland Ecuador, Worlds in the Making was a solo exhibition that explored how we observe, experience and create an understanding of the physical origins of the world around us.
Commissioned with FACT, Liverpool
1996 - 2013
Jacqui Davies has produced and collaborated on several works with Mark Wallinger
UNDANCE, Sadler's Wells, London (2011) (a collaboration between Wallinger, Mark Anthony Turnage and Wayne McGregor)
Construction Site (2011)
Shadow Walker (2011)
Threshold to the Kingdom (2000)
When Parallel Lines Meet at Infinity (1998)
On An Operating Table (1998)
2007 - 2011
Jacqui Davies was co-founder and director of Animate Projects
2011 Julian Goethe, Nocturne
2011 Matt Stokes, Dance Swine Dance
Co-commissioned with Gateshead Council
2011 Hiraki Sawa, Figment: did i?
2010 Ben Rivers, Slow Action. Installation at Picture This and Matt's Gallery.
Co-commissioned with Picture This, supported by Bristol City Council, the British Council and the Daiwa Foundation.
2010 David Blair, The Lost Tribes
2010 // Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Primitive.
Producer of a multi-platform project, which produced a body of works including the feature film Uncle Boonmee who can Recall his Past Lives, winner of the Palme d'Or, Cannes Film Festival, 2010, installations and an artist book. Commissioned with Haus der Kunst, Munich and FACT; produced by Illuminations Films and Kick the Machine, Bangkok.
Curator, Apichatpong Weerasethakul's, Phantoms of Nabua, with BFI Gallery, London after which it has toured internationally.
2010 // Shudder, an exhibition exploring the connections between animation and drawing. Curated with The Drawing Room, London. Artists: Avish Khebrehzadeh, Matt Mullican, Raymond Pettibon, Naoyuki Tsuji, Markus Vater plus three new commissions: Edwina Ashton, Mr. Panz at Lake Leman, Notes on M. Ann Course, The Collaborators Barry Doupé, Whose Toes
2009 // Jane and Louise Wilson, Unfolding the Aryan Papers. Commissioned as part of a residency in The Kubrick Archive. Curated with BFI Gallery, London and Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh.
2009 // Sebastian Buerkner, Emotion Machine. Solo exhibition commissioned with The Showroom, London.
2009 // Animate TV. Four artists' experimental films for broadcast, commissioned from an open call, in association with Channel 4.
Petra Freeman, Tad's Nest
Thomas Hicks, Unicycle Film,
Cordelia Swann, Amnesia,
Sarah Wood, For Cultural Purposes Only
Animate TV 2008
Suky Best, Early Birds
Barnaby Barford, Damaged Goods
Stephen Irwin, The Black Dog's Progress
Michael Mabtin Mudadi, Tear Drops Blossom
Tal Rosner, Without You
Emily Richardson, Cobra Mist
Christoph Sterger, Jeffery and the Dinosaurs.
Stop. Watch. 2008
Jordan Baseman, D is for Dodo
Phil Coy, Damage Limitation
Manu Luksch, Make it Snow
Christine Ödlund, Atlantis
Elodie Pong, it's like this
Simon Woolham, Severed, The Deracinater and The Isle
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, I'm Sucking on a Tailpipe in Seoul.
Animate TV 2007
David Anderson, Tongue of the Hidden Let Me Feel Your Finger First
Francis Mark Simon Hewis, Life Size Zoetrope
Andy Martin, End of the Street
Semiconductor, Magnetic Movie
Thomson and Craighead, Flat Earth.
ANIMATE! 2004 - 2006
Independent producer for Finetake Productions on Animate! an Arts Council England / Channel 4 commissioning scheme for experimental film, animation and artists' film for television broadcast
Seven artists' experimental films for broadcast, commissioned from an open call, by Arts Council England and Channel 4. Produced by Finetake Productions.
Artists: Al & Al, Interstellar Stella, Sebastian Buerkner, Purple Grey, Monika Forsberg and Suzie Sparrow, We Believe in Happy Endings, Inge Lise Hansen, Proximity, Joji Koyama, From Nose to Mouth, Osbert Parker, Yours Truly.
Six artists' experimental films for broadcast, commissioned from an open call, by Arts Council England and Channel 4. Produced by Finetake Productions.
Artists: Katherina Athanasopoulou, Sweet Salt, Carolina Melis & Susanne Flender, As The Crow Flies, David Shrigley & Chris Shepherd, Who I Am and What I Want, Run Wrake, Rabbit, Damien Gasgoine, Careful, Dryden Goodwin, Flight
2005 - 2009 // ANIMATE TV PROGRAMME
2009 Producer & Director
2008 Producer & Director
One-hour compilation programme for Channel 4 to showcase new films of Animate TV. Featured filmed interviews with the contributing artists and filmmakers and behind the scenes footage.
FILM LONDON 2005 - 2007
Developed, setup and ran One-to-One Advisory Scheme, Artist Moving Image Network, Film London. Selected from a three-monthly open call, the scheme provided professional development to over fifty artists. Each artist benefited from a series of one to one sessions that provided concentrated guidance from practitioners, technical advisors and industry professionals as appropriate in conjunction with a series of group workshops.
1992 - 2004 // ANIMATION AND MUSIC PRODUTION
Work in the animation industry in South Africa, Germany and the UK
2004 // Producer, Miss Saigon, Animated sequence, designed by Gerald Scarfe for Cameron Mackintosh.
2004 // Producer, McCartney Music and Animation Collection, DVD , High Eagle Productions for Paul McCartney MPL, Miramax & Disney
2002-2003 // Producer, Cunning Little Vixen, 1-hour animated opera for BBC2 & Opus Arte
1989-2000 // Producer, Tuesday, Animated Film, High Eagle Production for Paul McCartney MPL
1995-1998 // Animator and Assistant Animator, various projects for TCV, Sherbet Films, Uli Meyer, Tandem Films, High Eagle Productions
1993 // Production Manager, Asterix in America, Feature Film, Hahn Film, Berlin 1992 Assistant animation and layout, various projects, AGHF, Berlin
1988-92 // Assistant animation and co-ordination, various projects, Tass Hesom Animation, Johannesburg