Artist in residence at the Economic Botany Collection in Kew Gardens, towards a project on the collections of botanist and explorer Richard Spruce.
British Council Residency in The City of the Dead, Cairo. The Passengers. Exhibition held February 2nd at Sultan Al-Ashraf Qaytbay Mosque and Mausoleum.
Royal Drawing School/Moritz-Heyman Residency in Pignano, Tuscany
The Professor’s Garden, an exhibition of Editions at Tallowin, Windmill Street, London.
Expedition with entomologists from Museo “La Specola”, The Natural History Museum of Florence, to Southern Vietnam.
May – June 2015
Research trip to the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Gansu, China for the annual harvest of Yartsa Gunba (Ophiocordyceps sinensis)
Participating in Making History, Colombo Art Biennale 2014
31st January – 9th February Colombo, Sri Lanka
September 2013 EX-VOTO at Herrick Gallery
Opening night: Thursday 12th September, 6-9pm
Late night opening: 6-10pm Tuesday 17th September – Shoreditch Design Triangle event
Exhibition continues until 29th September 2013
Gallery opening times: Saturday & Sunday 2-6pm or by appointment.
Wednesday 20 February, 5.30pm,Room T4, Lamb Gallery, Tower Building
January 18th – March 23rd 2013 Drawn from Structures Living and Dead at the Lamb Gallery, University of Dundee. Showing drawings and sculptures from the RSA Barns-Graham residency at the D’Arcy Thompson Museum of Zoology, alongside work by Gemma Anderson and Mirna Sarajlic, as part of a series of exhibitions inspired by the ideas and collections of D’Arcy Thompson.
15 September 2012 – 04 November 2012 OF NATURAL & MYSTICAL THINGS, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh. An exhibition presenting artists whose work explores the physical, philosophical and mystical nature of the world, from the physiological study of the natural world and it’s genetic hybridisation, to the symbolic and transformative power of ritual, religion, and the shadowy worlds of mysticism and mythology.
July – November 2012. RSA BARNS-GRAHAM RESIDENCY. IN COLLABORATION WITH THE D’ARCY THOMPSON ZOOLOGY MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE