Delighted to have a chapter about Queering the Museum included in this
publication which has just been released. Edited and compiled by
Christie Brown, Clare Twomey and Julian Stair at the University of
Westminster, it includes contributions from Laura Breen, Alun Graves,
Tanya Harrod, Mella Shaw, Theaster Gates, Chris McHugh,
Kimberley Chandler and Stephen Knott, Jorunn Veitberg….
Lovely company to be keeping.
All two quickly, the six month period being artist in residence in the V&A’s ceramics galleries has come to an end. It was a great experience, and blogs about the work undertaken during the residency can be found at:
No Black, No Dogs, No Irish
Opening Doors with Victorian Photography
New work has just been sent off to Cynthia Corbett Gallery for this year’s Collect at the Saatchi Gallery.
The show is open to the public from Friday 8th May – Monday 11th May.
Piccadilly 1830 is being shown at Contemporary Applied Arts as part of Leaving Home: A new setting for site-specific contemporary craft which brings together commissions from all four Unravelled exhibitions for the first time. The exhibition runs from 17th April till 31 May 2015.
Feast is showing at Pallant House in Chichester until January as part of A Place at the Table before going to the London Art Fair with Ink-d Gallery from 21 – 25 January
As part of the Young Masters Art Prize with Cynthia Corbett gallery, I was awarded the Grand Maylis prize for ceramics. A review of the show featured in The Independent.