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EXHIBITIONS

2015 ECOFRAMES. Environmental consciousness and film narratives, IVAM Museum of Contemporary Art, Valencia, Spain

2014 Deep Time, The Old Market, Brighton. In association with Brighton Photo Fringe

TRANSMUTE, Phoenix Gallery and in association with Brighton Digital Festival, Brighton

Space Interrupted, Electro Studios Project Space, St Leonards-on-Sea

Lizio Durable, Salle d’exposition, Lizio, France

Quid Pro Quo, Negotiating Futures, Changing Spaces, Cambridge

ccthenr – Coalese, compose then radiate, The Nursery Studio, London

2013 East Sussex Open, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne

In Search of Lost Time, Lizio, France

2012 First Light, Phoenix Gallery, Brighton

Phantom Fleet, Blackfriars Bridge, London, in association with Hoxton Art Gallery and London City Council

2011 Landscape in Motion, Public Art Screens, Norway

Corpus Lotus, Nunnery Gallery, London

Symbiosis, Hoxton Art Gallery, London

Laboratory Life, Lighthouse Gallery, Brighton

2010 Undercurrents, The Old Co-op Building, Brighton Photo Fringe Biennial

Plage et Paysage, Lizio, France

Show 1, Royal College of Art

Light in Contemporary Art in association with Mascalls Gallery, St Peters Church, Brighton

2009 Interim Show, Royal College of Art, London

2008 Secret Postcard, Royal College of Art, London

Everything is always quite different, Sussex University Library, Brighton Photo Fringe

2006 BA Degree Show, Kingston University

2005 The Past, The Present, The Future, Kingston University

The Way We Were, Richmond Gallery, Richmond

2004 Entropy, Stanley Picker Gallery , Kingston University

1933, Central Space Gallery, London

In – Situ, Pontevedra Spain, Outdoor sculpture, group collaboration with Pontavedra University students.

PUBLICATIONS & AWARDS

2012  Review of Phantom Fleet by Ashitha Nagesh, featured in Artforum Critics’ Pick

2011 Interview on http://www.fadwebsite.com/2011/06/02/valerie-furnham-answers-fads-questions/

2009   David Villiers Scholarship award

2009   RCA Research funding for a science/art collaboration with Imperial College

PROJECTS AND RESIDANCIES

2014             Cambridge Sustainability Residency

A two week residency exploring aspects of sustainability in association with Anglia Ruskin University and Global Sustainability Institute.

2014              Waterloo, Brighton Dome

Collaborative moving image work with Claire Swift in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Abba, Waterloo.

2014 Visuals For Live Show for The Acid, Track title ‘Red’.

2013                 ccthenr – Coalese, compose then radiate

Contributor for an Online Instruction Manual exploring what it means to learn through aesthetics as well as through other alternative means, such as the body, and the potential to create publics, which inheres in these methods. It focuses on how the instruction mediates knowledge, and how this mediation can be expanded through the incorporation of artistic processes. Led by Curator Cat Turner and Zoe Marden.

2012                  Phantom Fleet, Blackfriars Bridge, London, in association with Hoxton Art Gallery and London City Council

A site specific multi-video installation exploring the hidden waters of London and the subterranean River Fleet. Consisting of a 5 part video installation where mirrors are used to distort and play with the viewer’s perception to create ghostly images that reference the Victorian magic show of the phantasmagoria, to create a world of hidden water flow and movement.

2012                   Impulse

Project Collaborator for a live art installation exploring the connection between conscious presence and embodiment by artist Kate Genevieve and creative technologist Alex Peckham shown at Konnecting Gestures 2: Artaud Forum, Brunel University, London and ASSC16 conference at the Brighton Dome.

2011                    Falling Through Myself

Guest artist for a collaborative research project exploring the connection between conscious presence and embodiment through visual technologies and staged illusion.

2010                   Laboratory Life

A two week residency exploring the relationship between art and science, inviting the public to visit the laboratory to form a fully open dialogue. Working with artists Kira O’Rieley, Genevieve Maxwell and scientist Columba Quigley, we explored cell cultures and the possibilities of making a working laboratory out of everyday objects. The results from this project were shown at Laboratory life, Lighthouse Gallery, Brighton and Microwave Festival Hong Hong.