CV

 

Education:

 

2018-2021

 

BA (Hons) Fine Art and Writing, University of the West of England, first class.

 

 

Exhibitions/Symposia:

 

2018 

Group Exhibition, You’re Not Invited, Spike Island Gallery, Bristol.  

 

2019 

Group Exhibition, Make a fucking decision, Spike Island Gallery, Bristol.  

 

Group Exhibition, Crescendo, Spike Island Gallery, Bristol.  

 

Group Exhibition, Mirum, Spike Island Gallery, Bristol.

 

2020 

 

(Postponed due to COVID-19) Group Exhibition, Earth Bodies, Centrepace Gallery, Bristol. (Awarded in second year as winners of exhibition proposal contest). 

 

2021

 

Presented research on essay ‘Matter Poetics, Melange and the Lichenised Posthuman - How Artists and Writers Present Visions of an Interconnected Life Between Man and Non-Human Others in the Age of the Anthropocene.’ at the 2021 UWE Undergraduate Research Symposium, on the panel ‘Time, Environment and the Anthropocene’. Access talk here: https://vcrg.co.uk/2021/03/26/undergraduate-research-symposium-2021/.

 

Group Exhibition, UWE Graduate Film Showreel, Arnolfini Bristol. 

 

Presented research on bio-sonification of medicinal and psychedelic mushrooms at the 2021 Psilocybin Symposium (London). Part of ongoing collaboration with Katya Sykes. 

 

Key achievements:

 

2021

 

Awarded 2021 Spike Island Graduate Fellowship with Jocelyn Brett.

 

Recipient of The Visual Culture Outstanding Student Award, for achieving the highest mark in the Independent Research Project module in the School of Art and Design. 

 

Selected as the Programme Support Assistant in Visual Culture at Bristol UWE.

Occasional Associate Lecturer at Bristol UWE, so far delivering two talks on the relationship between art and writing to second and third year students. 

 

 

Ongoing Collaborations:

 

2021

 

volva – exploring healing and inter-species collaboration through the bio-sonification of fungi with artist Katya Sykes.