2019 has started with a fantastic course at National Portrait Gallery, as well as a day lecture at University for the Creative Arts and the regular wet collodion courses in my studio!
This December, I have been invited by the Royal Society to give a talk about my practice and to demonstrate the wet collodion process for the event Collections by candlelight, Victorian Christmas.
From the 29th of Ocober until the 29th of November, I have been in China working in 2 different projects:
- An arts residency awarded to me by the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute together with Format Festival, where I gave a lecture at this university and produced new work .
-The exhibition Vision and Reflection at the Tsinghua Art Museum in Beijing, curated by Phillip Prodger, for which I was commissioned a video demonstrating my practice . A whole room of the exhibition was dedicated to this video projection, being one of the highlights of the show.
This October the Photography Centre of the Victoria and Albert Museum opened its doors. As part of the new centre, I was commissioned to demonstrate some of the processes I use in my practice for a video that is on permanent display at the museum’s dark-tent space.
I am very pleased to share that I was invited to show my work at Unseen Amsterdam with my colleagues from London by this year CO-OP curator Lars Willumeit.