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Selected Residencies & Exhibitions
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Phoenix Arts Space, 2 - 17 September 2023

Work made in collaboration with Brighton Women's Centre, for the Community Takeover, A Seat at the Table.

SHIFT HAPPENS was developed over a year with twelve women meeting regularly to share ideas and approaches, with additional contributions from Jake Parker, Yael Flexer and Chris Chowen.

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Shift - interim exhibition 

Project Space, Phoenix Arts Space, March 2023

This week-long residency presented work made over the previous six-months with the SHIFT group from Brighton Women's Centre. Each day the space was used differently, with work put up, taken down, reconfigured and new work made. The space was open to the public at the weekend, alongside a talk and presentation at The Dome to mark International Women's Day.



Museum of Ordinary People, May - June 2021

Group exhibition at Phoenix Arts Space, part of the Brighton Festival, 2021. The work was installed in the living room of Harriet's House.

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Food Bank STILL Life
Sideshow exhibition, Lethaby Gallery, CSM, 8 - 31 January 2024

Developed out of our work in Brighton, this project was in partnership with Food for All, Euston Food Bank and the XD Pathway, BA Fine Art at Central St Martins.

Workshops, readings, and performances included: a Queer Picnic (Laura Bowels, Ewan Hindes and Esme Godkin), Leftovers; Edible DNA (Risa Ueno), STILL Writing (Alex Clarke), Sweet Nothings (Dalia Halwani), and a 'Turning the Tables' research presentation by Cole & Joslin.


Lethaby Gallery, Central St Martins, Uinversity of the Arts London, January 2023. 

This exhibition presented research, education and practice with the gallery functioning as a storeroom, an archive, a making space, a showroom and a classroom. STATIC was screened for one-day, faciltated by Cole & Joslin with viewers watching the work on a VR headset and invited to draw their responses on a roll of the same wallpaper that features in the video.

The Light & The Load

Residency at Fabrica, Brighton, February 2019

Installation made during a week-long residency. Our aim was to reconfigure the work from Messy Business in a physical context with additional material, including audio, objects, texts and drawings. At the end of the week, Fabrica hosted a public opening and Q&A.

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