UCL Press launches Colour & Poetry II Publication
Honoured to be part of this beautiful publication for the Colour and Poetry Symposium that was cancelled due to Covid. It includes my study for the wall painting ‘ Only parts of us will ever’ that was I was due to install at Slade School of Art. The piece was inspired by a poem by Marylin Monroe, part of a larger body of work exploring private and public space.
Time Space Money Bursary from A-N and Arts Council England The bursary will fund research into alternative methods to digitise my practice.
Podcast interview with artist Jonathan Munro for Art Unleashed
Colour & Poetry Symposim Exhibition at University College London
Photoshoot with Tom Carter
Scholarship at Urban Glass: Delighted to announce I am the recipient of a scholarship to study glass fusing at Urban Glass in New York.
Practice In Progress: NARS Foundation, New York
Featured artist for Courtauld Gallery Artists at Work
BEARINGS – NARS foundation New York, 2017
Group show with international artists: Keren Anavy, Niamul Bari, Aglae Bassens, Emily Berger, Kat Chamberlin, Dongfan Chen, Andre Eamiello, Devra Fox, Nadine Mahoney, Ioana Manolache, Noël St. John Harnden, Nikki Schiro, Jahyun Seo, Elena Soterakis, Brian Stinemetz, Yi Xin Tong, Gus Wheeler, Erich Winzer.
HEADS, The Java Project, New York Eve Ackroyd, Aglaé Bassens, Nadine Mahoney. Gallery link
Java Projects is pleased to Present HEADS, a group show featuring the work of Eve Ackroyd, Aglae Bassens and Nadine Mahoney. These three artists’ practices overlap in harmonious and compelling ways and investigate the shifting nature of the self within a complex and fluid society.
Mothership The Sawmills, London 2016
Group show celebrating Artist Mothers, toured to Bruton Art Factory, Somerset. Reviewed in Life as a Human
Jerrold Drawing Prize – Shortlisted
ArtCar Bootfair part of Folkestone Biennale
Re-Launch – 27th April-12th June – UCL Art Museum
Re-Launch presents a selection of objects, prints and video made in response to our collections and the theme of re-launch. Its contributors hail from the Slade School of Fine Art and have participated as students in our celebrated annual Slade/UCL Art Museum collaborations over the course of the past six years. While some artists investigate the sculptures, prints and drawings in our collections, others experiment with the physical spaces of the Museum to either exploit or explode notions of the archive and its structure.
Chisenhale Art Place Biennial, commissioned collaboration with dancer Victor Fong
Threadneedle Figurative Art Prize – Finalist
And featured on the BBC news Article