Forthcoming One-Man exhibition, 'Points of Juncture'
Forty Hall Estate, London
27 July - 22 October 2017
‘Points of Juncture’
comprises recent works, and specially commissioned pieces that draw inspiration from Forty Hall’s textile history. The title ‘Points of Juncture’ stands for the thread of ideas and the connections of the works that are presented in this exhibition. They look at self and identity, linking both the artist's work, with the ‘material identity’ of Forty Hall – a place built upon a textile legacy, by its former owner, Sir Nicholas Rainton who traded textiles across Europe.
Read more about the exhibition here
'Points of Juncture'
is commissioned by Forty Hall Estate with support from the Arts Council of England
The Lost Diagrams of Walter Benjamin
I am delighted to announce that 'System for a Lost Identity' is to be included in a new publication, ‘The Lost Diagrams’, based on the Berlin Chronicles written by Walter Benjamin. A selection of artists who have interpreted the lost diagram, will feature in this new book published by MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE, Anagram Books
in June 2017, and presented at MISS READ
: Berlin Art Book Festival 2017, July, Haus der Kulturen der Welt. The book will include essays by Sam Dolbear and Christian Wollin with an introduction by Helen Clarke, and is edited by Helen Clarke and Sharon Kivland.
For further details visit The Lost Diagrams
Open Exhibition, 'Small World' at PS Mirabel
The 4th Annual Open exhibition, Small World features a selection of artists from the Northwest and beyond.
The exhibition will be part of the Manifest programme which coincides with the 2017 Manchester International Festival.
Exhibition runs 8th July to 12th August 2017.
For further details visit PS Mirabel
Theo Moorman Trust for Weavers Award, 2016 - 2017
In 2016, I received the The Theo Moorman Trust for Weavers Award, to develop and produce a new body of work, 'Thread Is A Thought'
, to be exhibited in the same year during K&S Shows hosted by Twisted Thread & Upper Street Event. The award has given me the opportunity to develop my craft and my practice as an artist. I often combine different disciplines within my work, so this bursary has enabled me to go further than I have previously to produce larger works that embrace the sculptural qualities and the woven elements that I wanted to explore but never had the funding to put the ideas into practice.
Read more about Theo Moorman Trust here