A group exhibition with other CAS (Chapel Arts Studios) Associate Artists, made in response to the paintings of Sir Stanley Spencer doumenting his experiences of WW1. My piece Heft, explored place attachment and the trauma of disconnection with the land of home.
An installation created for this interactive exhibition, comprising of my short film 'Walking Back to Marden' and Walking Bundles made with exhibition visitors on a group walk to the Bristol Avon. Centrespace Gallery, November 2019.
'Our contemporary moment of precarity - climate, political, economic, social - calls for a progressive response that resists the pull of anger and despair. Inspired by Rebecca Solnit’s words, our aim is to create a propositional space with breathing room for alternative ways of thinking, expressing, and being.'
What Is A Garden? Exhibited alongside the open entries for this yearly exhibition at The Redhouse Museum and Gardens in Christchurch, Dorset. (2018/19)
Out of My Head exhibited as part of this Somerset-based gallery's open exhibition, and bought by the Gallery for their permanent collection. (2018)
10 Walking Bundles and Body Warmer exhibited at Black Swan Arts Centre as part of this open exhibition, 2017. Winner of the Black Swan Friends Prize for 10 Walking Bundles.
Walking Bundles (Doll Bodies) exhibited as part of a group exhibition curated by Fay Stevens during Fringe Arts Bath, 2017