Biography:

Shona Waldron (b.1999) is an interdisciplinary artist based between Falmouth and Hastings, UK. Working across a range of mediums including photography, moving image and installation, her practice intends to articulate humanity’s place in a world of uncertainty, frequently using a combination of digital and analogue techniques to manipulate the boundary between fact and fiction. Documenting states of change or metamorphosis is also a recurrent theme as she uses her work to illustrate the transition into a future which is impossible to predict or control.

Education:

2018-2021 BA (Hons) Photography, Falmouth University.


Exhibitions:

2020

Gallery North, Hailsham (upcoming).

June: 'A Sense of Being: Disjointed, Transient, Incomplete' (online), VOID collective.

January: 'Canvas', IoP Gallery, Penryn.

2019

September: 'Libertad', IoP Gallery, Penryn.

August: RSA Summer Show, Rye Community Centre.

July: AOP Student Awards, Wex Photo Video, London.

June: 'Cloud Land', Alexandra Palace, London.

May: Hastings Arts Forum Annual Show.

March: 'The Letting Be of Beings', IoP Gallery, Penryn.

2018

December: 'Unspecified', IoP Gallery, Penryn.

July: RSA Summer Show, Rye Community Centre.

March: Hastings Arts Forum Annual Show.

February: 'Stains and Traces', Hastings Arts Forum.

2017

October: Farley Arts Trust Awards, Farleys Gallery, Chiddingly.


Awards and Grants:

2019

May: AOP Student Awards Finalist, 'Places' category.

May: AOP Student Awards Finalist, 'Things' category.

2018

February: Charlotte Jennings prize, awarded by the Farley Arts Trust.

2017

October: Winner of the 'sketchbook' category awarded by the Farley Arts Trust.

October: Selected as 'highly commended' by the Farley Arts Trust.


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