EXHIBITIONS

2019

Please Touch the Art
Mosesian Center for the Arts, Boston, USA


2018

VII Bienial de Arte Contemporaneo
Centro Centro, Madrid, Spain (read more)

Collaborative Experiments
The Old Castlemaine Gaol, Victoria, Australia

Sensing Culture
The Beaney Museum, Canterbury, UK


2017

Same Same but Different
Yinka Shonibare's Guest Projects, London


2016

Sheep Bell Orchestra
El Arreciado, Toledo, Spain

Sweet Gongs Vibrating
San Diego Art Institute (read more)

Shape Open
Yinka Shonibare Guest Projects

Staff Show
Triangle Gallery


2015

The Sound of their Deaths in Australia
Henry Moore Plinth, Millbank, London

Toll
Camden Arts Centre, London


2014

Residency Outcomes
Spike Island, Bristol and
Shape Gallery, London

12 Apostles
St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol


2013

Toll
Camden Arts Centre, London (read more)


2012

Hospitable Plains
Brussels Art Factory

Singing Bowl Chamber Orchestra
CHELSEA space (read more)
Sound clips can be heard here

Bullet Bells for Cape Farewell
Triangle Gallery

2011

Some Cuts Resonate

Cass Prize, Cass Sculpture Foundation

2010

Borders and Edges
Wimbledon Space

Untitled (Wishes 1 – 4)
Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground


2008

Exhibition & Screening
Curzon Soho

Translating Memories
Chelsea Silent Reading Room


2006

Directions

Lethaby Gallery


2005

Out of Reach

The Window Gallery, London


2004

Horse as a Figure of Space

Hanbury Gallery (for Hermés), London

Thought Crime

The Tram Tunnel, Holborn, London


2003

Overseas Development

The Window Gallery, London


1997

Love, The Thames and Other Things

Nottingham Playhouse

Davies Street Gallery London Institute



2013 Winner of Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary

CONFERENCES

2013

Writing, Drawing and Memory

Drawing Out Program, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

An exploration of the significance of writing and drawing written and experienced from a visually impaired perspective.



Contextualising Recalculating

Thames Danube, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK

A collaboration between CCW Graduate School, University of the Arts London, and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Doctorate School (read more)

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