NOISE Festival Curator Choice

September 15, 2014

Plinth

I’m so pleased to announce that I’ve been selected as Tim Marlow’s Curator Choice for NOISE Festival 2014! My work ‘Sun Scroll’ was selected from over 5,000 entries to make the final 5 in the Fine Art category.

Tim Marlow is the Director of Artistic Programmes at the Royal Academy in London, so to have my work selected by him is a real honour. I was also awarded ‘Outstanding’ for my ‘Sun Bowl‘ and ‘Excellent’ for ‘Leap and the Net Will Appear by Denise Proctor, Artist and CEO of NOISE charity. See more of my work on my NOISE portfolio.

“A deceptively simple idea which has great clarity of vision and a wonderfully elusive and allusive result. Deftly poetic in its means of expression as much as in its content” Tim Marlow.

I was invited to the press launch at the House of Commons last week. It was here that I was able to meet the other selected artists and to speak to Tim about why he chose my work and ask questions about the art world, galleries, exhibitions and so forth.

I was also astonished to find out that a huge 1m x 1m picture of my work is on display on a plinth outside London’s Southbank until November.

To add to the list of wonderful opportunities given by the NOISE Festival, I’ll also show my work at the Buy Art Fair Manchester 24th-28th September, and then at a special exhibition at the Leeds Tetley 3rd-5th October. I really can’t wait!

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One Response to “NOISE Festival Curator Choice”

  1. […] was a red-letter kind of a month for me. I was honoured to have been selected as Tim Marlow’s Curator Choice for Fine Art for NOISE Festival 2014. I went to the press launch at the House of Commons and found out that my winning entry ‘Sun […]

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