During this month I had the pleasure to be invited to give two lectures at Gobelins and at IESA Schools of Art.
I was also pleasantly surprised to hear Kim Knoppers (curator at FOAM) introducing my artwork to Self Publish Be Happy Online Masterclass students.
I am delighted to share that this October my work has been featured in Foam magazine #57 in an essay by Kim Knoppers, curator at Foam Museum in Amsterdam.
I have recently started the BMW arts residency at Gobelins school of images in Paris, where I am producing new pieces for Paris Photo 2020, Les Rencontres d’Arles 2021, and Paris Photo 2021.
I am very pleased to share that I have been awarded a grant from The Royal Society of Chemistry Outreach Fund. Thanks to this fund, I am producing a series of videos on photographic techniques that can be practised at home, alongside a series of online events including a workshop, talks, and a peer-feedback meeting.
This July, I have been taking part in a Digital Residency at Guest Projects funded by The Yinka Shonibare Studio, the Triangle Network and the London Community Response Fund. As part of the residency, I organised two online talks with artists Farhad Berahman, Lucia Pizzani, Bindi Vora, Cherelle Sappleton and Ngadi Smart, and ran an anthotype printing workshop.
This month, I have also been awarded the Awesome Without Borders Grant from The Harnisch Foundation to produce a step by step video on chlorophyll printing. More details soon!