Hello and welcome to my page of exhibition works.
In this section of my portfolio you will find pieces that I’ve created for themed exhibitions. This is where I explore in a more sculptural or conceptual way. I hope you enjoy!
23 May – 29 May 2013
Tate employees by day and artists by night – Andrew Wyatt, Chris Browne, Maria Christoforatou, Gerald Mcaree, Rose Cleary, Iwona Cislo, Maria Juchnowska, Sabrina Kaici, Lewis Jones, Jaye Cook, Dave Keeping, Catherine Harrison, Elizabeth Wheeler, Emma Donnelly, Myura Amaranath, Pawel Jaskulski, Ignacio Miranda, Luda Michelin, Zohra Lopez Milian, Paula Hillis, Amber Black, Max Reeves, Alexey Moskvin, Pandora Ryan and Ilana Levine came together to work on this full-scale group exhibition.
Situated in the Crypt Gallery underneath St Pancras Church near Euston, the show revolved around the concept of ‘flesh’. In dialogue with each other the artists produced work using a broad range of media – painting, sculpture, photography, design, illustration, film.
‘Flesh’ invites us to explore the surface or look under it, in search of underlying meanings and symbolisms. Coming from different backgrounds and perspectives the artists explored the theme in a myriad of different ways. The texture of skin, toughness of muscle tissue, layers of paint, presence and weight of sculpture: visual or tactile experience of flesh brings limitless associations. Subtlety, uneasiness, intimacy or provocation were all part of the show. Inspired by nature, myths, religious contexts, human interaction and behaviour of materials the works complemented each other and the unique surroundings of the gallery space.
Makers at the Mill
22 July – 9 September 2012
Makers at the Mill was a curated exhibition of nineteen established artist-makers, that took place in the remarkable Grade 1 listed House Mill, Bromley by Bow in London E3 for seven weeks during the summer of 2012.
The exhibition covered the artistic gamut of ceramics, furniture, installation, jewellery, photography, printmaking, painting and textiles.
The House Mill provided a rich source of inspiration for each artist/maker who created new piece inspired by the House Mill, its history or environment, alongside selections from their collections. This was a selling event with 10% of sales going to support the River Lea Tidal Mill Trust.