BORN: - -
Canada, 1963 - -
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LIVES/WORKS: - -
London UK - -
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EDUCATION: - -
1999-2002 BA Fine Art City and guilds of London Art School
2002 -2004 MA Sculpture The Royal College of art London
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SOLO EXHIBITIONS: - -
2007 Donít Mention The War Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, Los Angeles
2009 ---- Nettie Horn, London
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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2004 Artists Of Fame and Promise Benn Linnell Spectrum Gallery London
2004 Art news- Hugh Mendes Three Colts Gallery , London
2005 Mixed Up media, Benn Linnell Spectrum Gallery London
2006 Ultrasonic International, Max Presneill Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica
2007 The Islanders, Danielle Horn Nettie Horn Gallery, London
2008 Tina B The Prague Art Festival Prague
2008 Donít mention The War PPOW, New York
2008 Textural OKOK Gallery,Seattle US
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AWARDS & RESIDENCIES: -
2004 The Davis Langton award
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BIBLIOGRAPHY: -
Issue 70 Contemporary
19 October 2007 The Los Angeles times
Issue 3 Art World
June July 2008 Art in America
July august 2008 Modern painters
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COLLECTIONS: - -
The Progressive Art Foundation US -
Frederick R. Weisman foundation US -
Private collections in The US, UK, Japan, Germany, Korea, Belgium -
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ARTIST STATEMENT: -
From early on in my practise I have worked with existing objects rather than art materials.
Currently I am working with printed images, which are designed to convey a message or an atmosphere.
My practise involves deconstructing and dissecting them into their components and stripping them of their original message and meaning to recreate an object that is the same from an material point of view but transformed as far as itís meaning is concerned.
By this process I hope to reveal a hidden aspect of the object and to change our perception of the objects we are surrounded by