Recent & Upcoming

Llyf, Group Exhibition - Stiwdio Griffith

Swansea College of Art: 8-31 March 2024

'Ilyf - derived from the term 'iteration’. The exhibition explores experimental approaches to photographic image making - through book production, sculpture, installation, performance and site specific intervention. Artists Tamsin Green, Gareth Phillips and Folium will expand their respective process-led practices out into the gallery environment and explore the potential of Stiwdio Griffiths as a 'site' for the production of new work.

The exhibition will be open from 8th March and culminate in a 'closing event' on Friday 22nd March, where the artists will discuss a range of subjects and processes with Swansea College of Art staff Ryan Moule, Estefani Bouza and Joe Coleman.

I'll be showing the new collection of pieces Becoming Lichenised (2024). The work explores circularity through the use of by-products and left-over prints from the making of the book walking out of sleep: encounters with lichen territory.  I’ll be doing a mini residency at the gallery at the end of February to develop the work towards installation.


Digital Residency - Photoworks

Online: March 2024

I will be doing a digital residency with Photoworks for the month of March. The residency will include an instagram take-over, studio visit, 'in conversation' with curator Julia Bunnemann, and a book review. Follow along for new works and insights into my practice...


Grafting: The Land and the Artist - London Art Fair 

Business Design Centre, London: 17 - 21 January 2024

This years PHOTO50 exhibition is curated by Revolv Collective and brings together works by early and mid-career artists who explore the subject of labour and its diverse representations within the context of the land. In the exhibition, labour will be contextualised from a variety of positions to question our understanding and engagement with the land as a site of work, resistance, action, co-dependence, regeneration and communion.

I will be exhibiting a new piece from the body of work this is how the earth must see itself: a walk with natural features (2019-21). 


The Sustainable Photobook - Touring Exhibition

2023 - 2024

In 2023 I curated the first Sustainable Photobook Publishing (SPP) network exhibition, The Sustainable Photobook, a hands-on reading room that aims to create discussion and knowledge exchange around environmentally conscious photobook making practices. The exhibition showcases 23 books featured in the SPP online Case Studies including books by Mandy Barker, Oliver Raymond Barker, Mathieu Asselin, Half Letter Press, Loose Joints, Folium, The Sustainable Darkroom and manual.editions. 

The exhibition was presented at FORMAT23 (Derby, UK), Fotofestiwal 2023 (Lodz, Poland) and BOP-23 (Bristol, UK) and will continue to tour in 2024.


Practice-based PhD - University of Westminster

Sept 2023

Excited to be starting a new chapter and embarking on a PhD at CREAM, University of Westminster. WT > Pages of Possibility: The photobook as a physical site for a regenerative relationship with the environment. The award of a Techne AHRC studentship, and the framework of the PhD, will enable me  to dedicate structured time to delve deeper into making photographic work and books in a responsible and environmentally conscious way. 


WALKING OUT OF SLEEP: encounters with lichen territory

August 2023

BUY | BORROW

Announcing the pre-sale release of my third book WALKING OUT OF SLEEP: encounters with lichen territory. It’s the culmination of two years of research, walking, and photographing map lichen across the UK. The book is published by manual.editions.

Book launch and ‘in conversation’ with Olivia (Lilly) Edward - The Photobook Cafe
1 November 2023: 6-9pm


 

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