Shona Waldron (b. 1999) is an interdisciplinary artist based between East Sussex and Cornwall, UK. 

Working across a diverse range of media including photography, moving image and installation, Waldron intends to articulate a world of uncertainty, frequently using a combination of digital and analogue techniques to manipulate the periphery of fact and fiction. The blurring of these demarcations plays a crucial role in exploring ideas centred around time, space and the nature of existence, presenting life as a source of wonder and infinite possibility. 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

A Visual Flow: November Pop-Up Exhibition. VOID (online). 

Organic Body. Photo Fringe OPEN20 Moving Image (online). 

After the Things of Nature. Photo Fringe 2020 (online). 

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

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

2019

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

Rye Society of Artists Summer Show. Rye Community Centre, Rye, East Sussex.

AOP Student Awards. Wex Photo Video, London.

Cloud Land. Alexandra Palace, London.

Hastings Arts Forum Annual Show. Hastings, East Sussex.

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

2018

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

Rye Society of Artists Summer Show. Rye Community Centre, Rye, East Sussex.

Hastings Arts Forum Annual Show. Hastings, East Sussex.

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

2017

The Farley Arts Trust Awards. Farleys Gallery, Chiddingly, East Sussex.

Awards:

2020

Photo Fringe OPEN20 Moving Image.

2019

AOP Student Awards Finalist.

2017

Farley Arts Trust Award.


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