Biography:

Shona Waldron is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice is influenced by widespread and often eclectic interests. Working across a range of mediums including moving image, painting and sculpture, her work often intends to articulate humanity’s place in a world which is constantly evolving, frequently using a combination of digital and analogue techniques to manipulate and blur the boundary between fact and fiction. Documenting states of change or metamorphosis is also a recurrent theme as she uses photography to illustrate the process of transformation as we move into a future which is impossible to predict or control.

Education:

2018-2021 BA Photography, Falmouth University


Exhibitions:

2020

July 2020: Gallery North, Hailsham (upcoming).

May 2020: The Poly, Falmouth (upcoming).

2019

September 2019: 'Libertad', Falmouth University.

August 2019: Rye Society of Artists.

July 2019: AOP Student Awards, Wex Photo Video, London.

May 2019: Hastings Arts Forum.

March 2019: 'The Letting of Beings', Falmouth University.

2018

December 2018: 'Unspecified', Falmouth University.

July 2018: Rye Society of Artists.

March 2018: Hastings Arts Forum Members Show.

February 2018: 'Stains and Traces', Hastings Arts Forum.


Awards and Grants:

2019

May 2019: AOP Student Awards Finalist, 'Places' category.

May 2019: AOP Student Awards Finalist, 'Things' category.

2018

February 2018: Charlotte Jennings prize, consisting of a research travel grant.

2017

October 2017: Winner of the 'sketchbook' category awarded by the Farley Arts Trust.

October 2017: Selected as 'highly commended' by the Farley Arts Trust.


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