Shona Waldron (b.1999) is an interdisciplinary artist based in East Sussex, UK. She predominantly works across time-based media, painting and installation. Through blurring demarcations, she explores ideas surrounding the intersection of art, nature and technology to evoke a sense of wonder and a world of infinite possibility. Investigating mutable, metamorphic states is also a recurrent theme used to illustrate the transition into a future that is impossible to predict or control.

Education: 

2018-2021 

BA (Hons) Photography, Falmouth University. First Class Honours.

Solo Exhibitions:

2021

Sensorium. Fish Factory Art Space, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.


Group Exhibitions:

2021

Bath Open Art Prize. 44AD artspace, Bath, Somerset, UK.

RESOLVE Graduate Exhibition. The Southwest Collective. Online.

Semblance. Gyllyngdune Gardens, Princess Pavilion, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK.

Of Meadows. End of the World Garden, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK.

2020

A Visual Flow: November Pop-Up Exhibition. Online.

Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN20 Moving Image. Brighton, UK.

After the Things of Nature. Brighton Photo Fringe 2020, Brighton, UK.

A Sense of Being: Disjointed, Transient, Incomplete. Online.

Canvas. The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.

2019

Libertad. The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.

The Association of Photographers Student Awards. Wex Photo Video, London, UK.

Cloud Land. Alexandra Palace, London, UK.

Hastings Arts Forum Annual Show. Hastings, East Sussex, UK.

The Letting Be of Beings. The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.

2018

Unspecified. The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.

Rye Artists Summer Show. Rye Community Centre, Rye, East Sussex, UK.

Stains and Traces. Hastings Arts Forum, Hastings, East Sussex, UK.

Awards:

2021

Future Focus Open Call. Longlisted. 

Bath Open Art Prize. Shortlisted.

2020

Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN20 Moving Image. Shortlisted.

2019

The Association of Photographers Student Awards. Shortlisted.


Artist Talks:

2021

VOID Conversations: Digital Futures Among an Earthly Land.

2020

VOID Conversations: On the Anthropocene & Metaphysics.


Online Features:

2021

Brought to Light Journal.


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