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Cosey will be exhibiting in the group show: MINOTAUR BLOOD THE FUCKING BEAST in London between Sept 14th and Oct 28th at the Fortescue Avenue gallery in London.
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Cosey will be in the group show 'It’s Time for Action' at the Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland. The exhibition will be open from 25th August through to 22nd October. Her installation will feature mostly different works to those exhibited at Tate Britain earlier this year. It will also include documentation from her acclaimed 2002 action 'Selflessness One'. Also exhibiting are: Patty Chang. Annie Sprinkle, Mary Beth Edelson, Yoko Ono, Mathide ter Heijne, Manon, Pipilotti Rist and Katharina Sieverding. Exhibition Promo | Link
Cosey has been selected for the 2006 Tate Triennial - New British Art - exhibition at Tate Britain in London. The theme of the show is 'appropriation'. Cosey will be exhibiting a selection of her works from her 2005 solo show at the Van Abbe Museum in Holland. Because of the 'adult' content of Cosey's work it is presented in an enclosed installation space. The 2006 Tate Triennial opens to the public March 1st - 14 May 2006. There is a catalogue available. For more information please visit the Tate Britain web site: www.tate.org.uk List of artists: Pablo Bronstein, Gerard Byrne, Angela Bulloch, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Lali Chetwynd, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Enrico David, Peter Doig, Kaye Donachie, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Luke Fowler, Michael Fullerton, Ryan gander, Liam Gillick, Douglas Gordon, Mark Leckey, Lucy McKenzie, Daria Martin, Simon Martin, Alan Michael, Jonathan Monk, Scott Myles, Christopher Orr, Djordie Ozboldt, The Otolith Group (Kodowo Eschun, Anjalika Sagar and Richard Couzins), Oliver Payne & Nick Relph, Olivia Plender, Muzi Quawson, Eva Rothschild, Tino Sehgal, Linder Sterling, John Stezaker, Rebecca warren, NicoleWermers, Cerith Wyn Evans.
UPDATES - March:
NEW LINK: Cosey's page at Tate Triennial

Cosey will be attending the forthcoming Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium: New British Art. It will also include a rare presentation of Cosey's acclaimed 2003 film CONFESSIONS PROJECTED. The symposium takes place at Tate Britain, Milbank. London on Friday 5 May 2006, 10.00–17.30. Entrance is £25 (£20 concessions), advance booking is required. There will also be a live webcast of the event. Further details, including a full programme and list of participants can be found using these links:
Tate Triennial Symposium webpage |
Tate Triennial Symposium live WEBCAST link |

We are pleased to announce that Cosey's music is now available as downloads from iTunes. We can't confirm the release schedule but 'Time To Tell' and EAR Two are available now. Cosey's more recent releases will follow shortly.This is a direct iTunes link to Cosey's music.
If the above link does not work search iTunes for: Cosey (or Cosey Fanni Tutti).
Cosey makes a guest vocal appearence on the new Current 93 album: Black Ships Ate the Sky. Due for release shortly this new album also features, in addition to David Tibet, the vocal talents of the likes of: Pantaleimon, Shirley Collins, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Marc Almond, Antony, Baby Dee and more.

Cosey will be working on a number of collaboration projects this year with various musicians and artists including: Ivan Pavlov (COH), Terry McGaughey (Millimetre) and Alex Fergusson. More information as things progress.

A new track by Cosey titled: 'LICKING THE JUICE' is featured on the forthcoming Chicks on Speed compilation album 'GIRL MONSTER' to be released in April 2006. More details here:

A new track by Cosey titled: 'WIRED' is featured on a new compilation: 'WOMEN TAKE BACK THE NOISE'. Two years in the making it will showcase a collection of 47 women artists worldwide who experiment with sound in various ways, ranging from ambient-organic to quirky-glitch-beat to harsh or extreme noise, as well as categories yet to be defined... Release date is imminent. More details here: