A list of exhibitions I have been involved in:

Free Range Shows: A season of graduate art + design shows at The Old Truman Brewery

 

The event

 

A selection of students from the degree show took their work down to London to showcase the success of the degree show. This exhibit was a simplified version of the work from the degree show. 

Evoking Sense (2015)
Evoking Sense (2015)

Evoking Sense (2015)
Evoking Sense (2015)

Evoking Sense (2015)
Evoking Sense (2015)

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The Degree Show

 

The event

Student catalogue

 

All finalist students exhibit their work at the end of the year to reflect on the successes of their respective degrees. This was the climax of my time at Loughborough University. Using light, sound and smell to create an immersive experience within the confines of the gallery space. 

Untitled (2015)
Untitled (2015)

The piece is a cast in wax and is an uncanny representation of the human condition, highlighting the fragility of life. Unlike most portraits, the eyes are closed due to the nature of the casting process. It feels really egotistical to have kept the work and store it in my room, but I couldn’t throw it away. I always wanted to melt it, but never had the guts. I must love myself too much, although this is the reason historically for most portrait commissions.

Exhibition view
Exhibition view

Collecting for charity
Collecting for charity

The exhibition raised £282.32 in total for cancer research in the week it was on display.

Untitled (2015)
Untitled (2015)

The piece is a cast in wax and is an uncanny representation of the human condition, highlighting the fragility of life. Unlike most portraits, the eyes are closed due to the nature of the casting process. It feels really egotistical to have kept the work and store it in my room, but I couldn’t throw it away. I always wanted to melt it, but never had the guts. I must love myself too much, although this is the reason historically for most portrait commissions.

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FACE OFF: Portraiture Exhibition

 

The event

Photos from the event

 

28 artists from Loughborough art school showcase their portraiture practice in a variety of media and interpretations in aid of Cancer Research UK and local Loughborough boy Connor Kellam #teamconnor who is currently being treated for a brain tumour. The event raised a total of £282.32 and the private view facilitated performances from The Guild discussed in the Performances section of this site.

Growth in numbers (2015)
Growth in numbers (2015)

A selection of works exhibited uncompleted, celebrating International Sculpture day, and the process of making work

Growth (2015)
Growth (2015)

Growth in numbers (2015)
Growth in numbers (2015)

A selection of works exhibited uncompleted, celebrating International Sculpture day, and the process of making work

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ISC Sculpture Day Exhibition: Touching Distance

 

The Event

Press Release

 

The exhibition, Touching Distance, is a work in progress as students within the the Fine Art programme close ever nearer to their degree shows in June. The exhibition demonstrates the breadth of practice within Fine Art and the inventive ways that students creatively address their studio based practice.

Hard as Nails (2014)
Hard as Nails (2014)

My Submission of work as part of the Paris Pop-Up Exhibition, a response to the Part C trip to France in October.

Private View
Private View

Part of the Paris Pop-Up Exhibition, a response to the Part C trip to France in October.

Exhibition view
Exhibition view

Part of the Paris Pop-Up Exhibition, a response to the Part C trip to France in October.

Hard as Nails (2014)
Hard as Nails (2014)

My Submission of work as part of the Paris Pop-Up Exhibition, a response to the Part C trip to France in October.

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We <3 Paris: Pop-Up Exhibition

 

The event

 

Personal responses to the Fine Art Part C trip to Paris. Each student was asked to develop a piece to exhibit. A curatorial team, including myself decided where to hang the work and publicise the event.