British artist, writer and curator working in London. Storytelling for positive change, I work through performance, drawing, painting, film, installation, sculpture, print and text.
Exhibitions include The Sky is Moving Sideways. Sculpture Trail at Stephens House & Gardens, London (2022); That the living may know the features of your face, live performance: The Baroness group exhibition dedicated to Dada artist, Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, Mimosa House, London (2022); iireal life, Summer Show at Bow Arts Durham Street Studios, London; Being Duchamp Becoming Elsa, Silent Movie: Southwark Festival of Words at Dulwich Library and Canada Water Library (2022); META 2.0 & META Alarm, Bermondsey Project Space (2022); Ways of Seeing : Green, Bell House, Dulwich Festival (2022); The Comrades They Were Brave. We Salute You! GRS44 Gallery, Bloomsbury, London (2022); End of the Line, The Big Draw (2022); Blink, Safehouse 1, Peckham (2022); tactileBosch, Cardiff (2021); DOOResidency, Amsterdam (2021); Everything Forever, an online exhibition in collaboration with Silicon Valet, Montez Press Radio NY, Off Site Project and New Critique (2021); Apple Blossom Sky, published by New Critique (2021); 302_Direct in collaboration with this is tomorrow, Montez Press Radio NY, Low_Res_Camera_Roll and ‘& Inevitable bedding within’ circulated by the ICA, London (2020); Spike Island Open Studios (Studio 105), Bristol (2019); The Constructors Gallery, outdoor gallery, Southern end of Blackfriars Bridge for Transport for London with support from Southwark Council (2018); Craft+Conflict, Rural Touring Scheme: Cumbria, Co Durham & Northumberland (2018), London Creative Network SPACE / LCN Showcase 2nd Edition at SPACE, London (2017); Truth Lies Within at Phytology, The Bethnal Green Nature Reserve, London and The Subculture Archives, Carnaby Street, London (2017). Collaborative projects include: PeerSocial hosted by Raven Row (2020) and Cubitt (2019) supported by Artquest Peer Forum; Pillow Talk at Austrian Cultural Forum and Uniqlo Tate Lates February, Tate Modern, London (2018); One Nation Under a Groove live drawing event, Festival of Love, Southbank Centre, London (2015), amongst others. My work is held in private collections in the UK and internationally. I am Resident Artist for the Museum of Youth Culture.
I teach and programme peer review and artist talks. Alongside Matt Roberts Arts co-programmer of the Arts Council England supported Her Art-Story Talks. Speakers include Dr Althea Greenan with Barby Asante, Melanie Jackson with Erika Tan, Cathy Lomax with Eleanor Moreton, Laura Lancaster with Laura Moreton-Griffiths, Cathy Lomax with Cathie Pilkington RA, Irini Papadimitriou with Nye Thompson, Annabel Dover with Nadia Hebson, and Mel Brimfield with Sally O’Reilly. Other talks include Elsa and the Urinal by Dr Glyn Thompson; Feminism, the Near Future and Non-Linear Time with Nina Power and Victoria Browne, and In Conversation with Marvin Gaye Chetwydn for ArtVerve magazine.
Studies include: Royal College of Art, MA Contemporary Art Practice, Critical Practice (2021); The Royal Drawing School Drawing Intensive Scholarship Programme (2019); Turps Correspondence Course (2016-2019); Camberwell College of Art BA Painting (2005-2008). Currently participating in a Year of Making, a residency for performance makers, led by Carline Salem at Clarence Mews.