BORN: - -
UK, 1969 - -
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LIVES/WORKS: - -
Nottingham, UK - -
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EDUCATION: - -
2002-Cur PhD in Fine Art Middlesex University
1996-1998 MA in Fine Art BIAD
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SOLO EXHIBITIONS: - -
2007 Five Years Artsadmin, London
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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2007 Il Giardino Segreto Primo Piano LivinGallery, Lecce
2007 I Am Your Worst Nightmare Arnolfini, Bristol
2007 Les Carnival des Animaux The Embassy, Edinburgh
2006 12th International Sample of Performance Art Ex Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico City
2006 Beauty and the Beast Fieldgate Gallery, London
2006 Sensitive Skin Future Factory, Nottingham
2006 Body Parts 2 Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
2005 Artconcept Art Laboratories, St. Petersburg
2005 National Review of Live Art The Arches, Glasgow
2004 Inport Von Krahl, Estonia
2004 Britney’s Smears Catalyst Arts, Belfast
2004 Sensitive Skin Future Factory, Nottingham
2004 Field of Vision The Lab Gallery, New York
2003 East End Collaborations QMUL, London
2003 Brief Interludes Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
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AWARDS & RESIDENCIES: -
2004 Artsadmin Bursary
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BIBLIOGRAPHY: -
2007 (July) Angela Bartram, “Five Years”, catalogue, essay by Claire Pajaczkowska
2007 (August) Angela Bartram, “Talking Margins”, symposium proceedings, ISBN: 1860502156
2001 Henry Mayhew, “The Britart Directory”, Sheffield, HMP
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ARTIST STATEMENT: -
Closeness is a condition that impacts on the individual. A trace is left as corollary of the sufferance we feel at having an unwanted other close by: the metaphorical stain that is left by an unwelcome approach reminds us that we are mortal and physical beings. Unsolicited and personal, this serves to remind us that we are essentially animal: we wear the effect on our skin. It questions where humanity begins and animality ends.