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Once you’ve seen one... (2020)


Queer Contemporaries, curated by Short Supply at Air Gallery, Manchester (August-September 2020)
Pack Midlands showcase, online (May 2020)

On Smocking, Science and Sex (April, 2020) Decorating Dissidence, Issue 8: Queering Craft

Queer Art(ists) Now, Archive Gallery, London (March 2020)

Trembling


Trembling (2020)


Queer Contemporaries, curated by Short Supply at Air Gallery, Manchester (August-September 2020)
Pack Midlands showcase, online (May 2020)
Queer Art(ists) Now, Archive Gallery, London (March 2020)

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Soma (2019)

explores the idea of the body as an ecosystem and critically examines the commonly held notions of both bodies and ecosystems as discrete, contained and distinct. It is a gentle tease about our tendency to oversimplify and about the fetish for neatly categorising things, often as a means to more easily comprehend them.


Balaclava.q (June 2020) online
Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art, The Twin (Oct-Nov 2019)
Stryx Gallery, Birmingham (March 2019)

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Expanded Studio showcase

Eastside Projects (27 August - 6 September 2019)

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The future we want, naturally

examines scenarios where biotechnology, in a possible future, aims to provide solutions to some of the issues we tackle today. The works explores the human impulse to alter and control our environments, the unexpected results of our efforts and how we accommodate these outcomes. As mechanical technology has altered our lives, biological technology will inevitably require cultural, political and ethical changes. By solving the problems we have created, we are likely to create unfamiliar dilemmas. (Photographs copyright: Marcin Sz )


Asylum Gallery, Wolverhampton (May 2019)
Stryx Gallery, Birmingham (March-April 2019)



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Fatball (2017)
Fat has been transformed from its original purpose as a substance that stores energy as a means to survive a period of starvation. In contemporary Western culture, fat has become a representation of human over-consumption. If fat is no longer fuel, what is its agency now?


Next wave, RBSA (September 2018)
Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art (6-22 October 2017)
MA Exhibition, Birmingham School of Art (September 2017)