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MA Fine Art, 2006 – Goldsmiths College

Selected Exhibitions:

Danielle Arnaud Gallery, Solo exhibition, London, UK
Don’t Open this Door is You can’t Close it, V22 , London, UK
Art Trail, Big Chill Festival Estnor Castle, UK
Digitale Poezie, Sint Lukas Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
We used to be painters, Plan 9, Bristol, UK

20/21 Gallery Scunthorpe, UK
The Consequence, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, UK
Ritual Abuse, Dalston Boys Scout Club, London, UK
Stable, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester, UK (Solo exhibition)
ATE, Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK

Houses in Motion, Fieldgate Gallery, London, UK
Open Frequency, Axis
Online exhibition www.axisweb.org/openfrequency

Thinking of the Outside: New art and the city of Bristol

Out of Site, Bristol, UK
Auckland Triennial, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand

Time & Again, Crawford Gallery, Cork, Ireland
CLUBS project space, Melbourne, Australia

Heimlich/Unheimlich, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Seeing By Wireless, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, Hastings, UK
SCAPE, Art & Industry Biennial 2002, Christchurch, New Zealand


Feb 2008 - Film & Video Umbrella Development Bursary
Oct 2007 - Short-listed for ACE Award, www.acetrust.org/awards.php
Feb 2007 - Grants for Individuals, Arts Council England South West
Dec 2005 - Nominated for Becks Futures Award 2006
Sep 2003 - Grants For Individuals, Arts Council England, South West
Grant awarded to fund a period of research and production of new work  ‘Station X’ to be exhibited in the Auckland
Triennial, 2004.
Sep 2002 - British Council, Travel Award to participate in the Melbourne Festival & residency at the Royal
Melbourne Institute of Technology.

Collections: Monash University Museum of Art (www.monash.edu.au/muma)


Richard Cork, Encountering Stable, Stable, 2007 (also includes interview with Ele Carpenter)
David Trigg, Exhibition Review of Stable, Artists Newsletter, July 2007, p.7
Francis McKee, Thinking of the Outside: New art and the city of Bristol, University of the West of England and
Bristol Legible City, 2005 (also includes interview with Claire Doherty)
Robin Wilson, ‘Things here are subject unto change’, Art and Architecture Journal, 2005, p. 10
Jennifer Purvis, ‘Ever get the feeling you’re being watched?’ Flash Art International, 2004, n.236
Carolyn Black, 'Introducing Kathleen Herbert', Public/Private, New Zealand: Auckland Triennial, 2004 (exhibition
Peter Murray, 'Time & Again, Innocence and Experience', Crawford Open 1-4, Cork, Ireland: Crawford Art Gallery,
2003 (exhibition catalogue)