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JERUSALEM EXHIBITION 1

embodying contradiction and making manifest the fragility and absurdity of life

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JERUSALEM EXHIBITION 2

THE SPIDER'S PALACE

earlier work

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2013

WORDS

EOS 2013

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THE CENTRE CANNOT HOLD (creation of an artwork)

2014

POP UP GALLERY EXETER 2015

pop up gallery 2015

Murmurations: A Visual Exploration of Individuality and Community (chapbook) paperback, 2016


 

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EXHIBITIONS and EVENTS 2019



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Colouring Walls: A Visual Exploration of Difference and Integration (Chapbook) paperback, 2017

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2016

THE CARE TRAIL

10th - 16th June

Crediton Library


FRWA open exhibition

13th April – 12th May 

RWA, Bristol BS8 1PX

2017 exhibitions

 

ORGANIC ARTS 

4th - 28th May 

Boatyard Cafe and Bakery, 60b Haven Road Exeter EX2 8DP


29th May - 

West Town Farm, Ide, Exeter EX2 9TG



Preston Street Union


ART OF CARING

10th May - 14th June 

St Georges Hospital, London SW17 0QT



18th July - 4th October

The Conference Centre Gallery, 

St Pancras Hospital, 

4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE


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2018 exhibitions

 

 further information here: PRESTON STREET UNION


FRINGE ARTS BATH 

26th May - 9th June 

Bath Open Art Prize

44AD, 4 Abbey Street Bath BA1 1NN


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LOVE TOKENS AND BAD PENNIES

1st February - 3rd March

Unsettled Gallery, London

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       SERGE/SURGE 

                          

                              28th May


Inspired by Exeter’s historic wool trade and the flow of people and goods that sustained it, this live art event, commissioned by Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM), focused on the theme of migration.


Over the course of one day, a bolt of red woollen cloth breached Exeter’s ancient city wall at points north, south, east and west. The action suggested incursion, defence or escape but, most of all, a red carpet of welcome.


An open invitation was given to join Preston Street Union in the park where, following the final surge, Exeter Pudding was served.


Supported by funding from Arts Council England.