Image from installation by Cami Cabra and Sally Szczech
If your University and your government decide to close down your art course – what do you do? Well you mount the most impressive degree show ever, obviously.
2015 Working on new material for exhibition 2016
2014 Francis Kyle Gallery closed, August 2014.
2014 Poppies: Women and War, group show at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge.
2013 British Ceramic Biennial, Award, 2013, included a selection of work as part of this show at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent
2013 In The Name of Honour, a group show which included 'Remembering Atefeh' at One Mayfair.
Francis Kyle Gallery
2013 Molly's Odyssey, to be shown as part of the gallery artists show based on the work of James Joyce at Francis Kyle Gallery
2012 An Extraordinary Turn of Events, a one person show at Francis Kyle Gallery
2011 This Twittering World, new work based on T.S. Eliot's poem Four Quartets
Remembering Atefeh continues:
2013 - showed at In the Name of Honour, One Mayfair and at British Ceramics Biennial, Award, 2013, Potteries Museum and Art GAllery, Stoke on Trent.
2012 Piecing the pot back together and gilding
2011 first memorial performance was in Hyde Park at Neda's Tree, (derakht e nedaaye iran), August 15th 2011. The pot is now being reconstructed. Images can be seen here, on The C Word Supplement
2013 Currently under discussion: exhibition at Oxford University. More news as it comes.
2011 Restoration work in process
2010 Bradford Museums and Art Galleries, Cliffe Castle Keighley,
2009 Original Gallery London,
How To Eat A Pomegranate: SOLD
2012 Showed with Extraordinary Turn of Events, at Francis Kyle Gallery November 6th- December 5th.
2011 The New Schoolhouse Gallery, York
2010, Gallery Oldham
2009 Original Gallery, London, (with Shattered)