Friday, 8 May 2009

Clare Mitten



Bitmap 2009
Mixed media, Dimensions variable - Installation evolving throughout exhibition

Bitmap is an evolving mixed media installation; a ‘cut & paste’ world with its own logic, which visually ricochets between 3d objects and their 2d counterparts on the wall and floor.


EDUCATION

09/04 – 06/06 MA Painting, Royal College of Art (Distinction/Thesis)

09/98 – 06/01 BA Hons Fine Art/Painting, University of Gloucestershire

09/95 – 06/96 Foundation Studies in Art & Design, University of Gloucestershire

09/90 – 06/94 BA Hons History of Art with French and European Studies, University of Sussex


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

Oct 2007 Kaleidoscope, Blyth Gallery, Imperial College, London

Oct 2007 Eye Chamber, 10 x 10 Projects, HOUSE Gallery, London


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


Mar 2008 What Goes Up Must Come Down, Madame Lillies, London

Feb 2008 Transformer, Bengal Gallery of Fine Art, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Feb 2008 Mother Language Day, Asiatic Gallery of Fine Art, Bangladesh

Oct 2006 Arcade, Portman Estate, London

Jun 2006 World Cup, 39, London

May 2006 Generation, Royal College of Art, London

Jan 2006 The Drawing Room, RWA, Bristol

Nov 2005 RWA Autumn Exhibition, Bristol

Jun 2005 Short & Sharp, Howie Street, Royal College of Art, London

May 2005 head room, Blyth Gallery, Imperial College, London

Sept 2004 Staff and Student Show, Wimbledon College of Art, London

May 2003 Group Show, Isbourne Centre, Cheltenham

Oct 2002 Construction and Deconstruction, Atrium Space, Nelson Thorne Publishing, Cheltenham

May 2001 Space Peel, Gloucester Prison Museum, Funded by South West Arts, Gloucester City Council and Writers in Prison Network

Oct 2000 Works on Paper, RK Burt Gallery, London

Mar 2000 Life After Death, Gloucester Docks

AWARDS

Jan – Mar 08 British Council Artist Residency, Dhaka, Bangladesh

June 2005 Royal West of England Academy Student Bursary

May 2005 Helen Chadwick Memorial Prize, RCA

May 2002 South West Arts Bursary

June 2001 Simon Keswick Travel Award

June 2000 Summerfield Scholarship to The British School at Rome



1 comment:

  1. Beautiful banner at your site as well, I am reminded of some wall paintings by the Mexican artist, Diego Rivera, such as this one http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8BWNY4. You browse more murals of his at wahooart.com.

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