CCA - College-based
Yeguas del Apocalipsis, Refundación Facultad de Artes Universidad de Chile, 1989
Black-and-white digital image,
Prior to joining the course I was actively curating exhibitions and projects, including A History of Two Mountains/One the Original/Two A Copy/Both Equally Heavy (2007–9), The Dark Show (2008), Film Shows (2008), Menu (2009) and Melrose Place (2009), and I have collaborated regularly with the artist- run space Auto Italia South East since 2007. During my studies
I have continued my independent work, editing Monaco, a magazine that I have published regularly since 2010. In addition I have been working as a researcher and editor on a publication for Tate Modern’s forthcoming programme of film and performance in the newly converted oil tanks.
I am interested in the potential of the exhibition as a format to enable the experience of interdisciplinary, time-based and non-object-based work within the institutional space of the museum, something that I was able to explore during the course of my MA through my dissertation research into Lygia Clark’s Structuring the Self (1976–88) and Robert Morris’ Bodyspacemotionthings (1971/2009), and through our final exhibition which included documentation of historical actions and performances.
Courtesy of the artists and Pedro Lemebel Archive
BA (Hons), Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, 2005
Researcher and assistant editor, Tate Modern, 2010 to present; Visiting lecturer, PgDip Fine Art, Chelsesa College of Art & Design, 2009–10; Press and gallery coordinator, Maureen Paley, London, 2006–8; Assistant and studio manager, Martin Creed Studio, London, 2004–6
Melrose Place, James Taylor Gallery, London, 2009; Menu, The Savoy Cafe, London, 2009; The Dark Show, FormContent, The Wallis Gallery, Paradise Row, London, 2008–9; A History of Two Mountains/One the Original/Two a Copy/Both Equally Heavy, Auto Italia South East, London, 2007 & 2008