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2022

Curating the CCW Fine Art 2020 Alumni Show along with Mark Lungley. The exhibition showcased the works of Fine Art students from Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts who graduated in 2020 and were unable to show their work in person at the time due to the pandemic. Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London

Professional Toolkit: Curating and exhibition-making - presenting your work for exhibition, Presentation held with Prof. Paul Coldwell and Mark Lungley, chaired by Geraint Evans at MA Fine Art, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL, London

Curating the Hello Again, Hackney programme for HOXTON 253, featuring works by Sophie Seita and Claire Zakiewicz in There's no way I can know it, the object, or the body; Lydia Brockless, Ilana Halperin, Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė, Matthew Needham,Josephine Pryde, Georgia Somerville Watts and Maël Traïca in WE ARE MADE OF STAR STUFF - curation and production in partnership with Berta Zubrickaitė; and Alice Bucknell in SWAMP CITY, programme supported by Hackney Council, at HOXTON 253 art project space, London

2021

Curating ART & ECOLOGY an online exhibition marathon featuring works by Alice Bucknell, Alexandra Lerman, Liana Nigri, Alan McFetridge,
Prof. John Sabraw, Maurice Mbikayi, at HOXTON 253 art project space, London

Curating Justin Coombes: In Indra's Net, at HOXTON 253 art project space, London

2020

Bardo Animation in collaboration with Josephine Amalie Von Bülow (currently in production)

Art as a Mediation of Personal Agendas, Contemporary art practice workshop held in collaboration with Josephine Amalie Von Bülow for BA students at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London


2019

Bread and Grapes, performative dinner installation in collaboration with Josephine Amalie Von Bülow and special guests: Andrew Hart & Janek Nixon, Teresa Paiva, Serena Huang, Magda Kreps, Giulia Shah & Alexandra Bell, Carmen Vinuela & Luisa Gonzalez, HOXTON 253 art project space, London

And then I Heard Your Voice in the Garden, live experimental sound and visual performance in collaboration with Kamil Braszka, Alex P Bickel and Friederich Andreoni, HOXTON 253 art project space, London

Founding HOXTON 253 art project space with co-director Mirko Boffelli

Practice Here and Now Contemporary art practice workshop held in collaboration with Kamil Braszka sound engineer for BA students at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London


2018

Jam on Toast, instrumental audio reactive light performance, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London

Rarely Parasitic, performative installation with multi-channel sound and image, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London


2017

2017-18 Clyde&Co Blank Canvas Prize Winner

Not just what you say, but the way you look at meClyde&Co Commission, The St Botolph Building, London

Open ArtVirtual selected group exhibition

Orbital, 2017-18 Display, LEWIS Foundation, Millbank Tower, London

In God We Trust, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London

Politics of the Manifesting Mind, Set & Setting for a Utopian Dream, booklet

In The Woods, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London

2016

Grasses – The Magazine Sessions 2016: Anthea Hamilton, group performance directed by Anthea Hamilton, The Magazine at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London

Translations group exhibition, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London

LEFT HIGH AND DRY, Nomadic Community Garden, London

Collectivity and political art, group seminar held for BA students at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London

ACTS RE-ACTS 3, THE ISADORABLE group performance directed by Rosemary Cronin, WCA Performance Lab, London

eARTH, group show, London College of Communication, UAL, London

2015

Donuts, group research residency led by Anthea Hamilton, fig-2, 44/50, ICA, London

The Advantage of Elephants group exhibition, Mori&Stein, London

Primavera group performance directed by Anthea Hamilton at the House, Oslo, Norway


2014

CCW Foundation Diploma Show


BordersBorderlessCollective

As well as having an individual practice, I am part of an artist collective. Due to the ongoing humanitarian crisis, in 2015 along with four other artists we founded BordersBorderlessCollective. The group has the high hopes of activating social change via raising awareness through art and public engagement; generating critical discussions on warfare, and displacement between artists and refugees as well as civil and governmental organisations.

2017

Why do artists collaborate? Graduate Diploma KEY practices-ideas-debates-moments-words event, panel discussion, UAL Chelsea, London


2016

Paper Planes at Self-Organize group show, Crown House Creative, London

Tangled, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London

Wall, SANfest, Monasterio Monsalud, Córlcoles, Madrid, Spain

Refugee Week multimedia installation in collaboration with CounterPoint Arts at the Meltdown Festival, Southbank Centre, London

Workshop held at AFRIL (Action for Refugees in Lewisham), London

Collectivity and political art seminar held at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London


2015
A Global War but not A Global Citizen? Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, London


Awards

The Kupambana Foundation Award
Art in Process Residency awarded by SANfest


Education

BA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, 2017
FD Fine Art, CCW UAL, 2014



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