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'The loneliness of being' Shortlisted for the Jerwood drawing prize (2017)
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Chamberlain, I. C. (2017). 'The loneliness of being' Shortlisted for the Jerwood drawing prize

My drawing 'The Loneliness of being'Shortlisted for the Jerwood drawing prize. The largest and longest-running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK, presented in collaboration with Bath Spa University. In 2017 works have been selected for in... Read More about 'The loneliness of being' Shortlisted for the Jerwood drawing prize.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 (2016)
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Chamberlain, I. (2016). Aesthetica Art Prize 2016

I was long listed for Aesthetica Art Prize 2016. There is also a publication 'Future Now', My work is on page 128-129. Future Now Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2016 A celebration of innovation and originality, the Aesthetica Art Prize ant... Read More about Aesthetica Art Prize 2016.

Hedgewitch (2008)
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Banks, L. (2008). Hedgewitch

The gardens of St George
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Oldham, A. The gardens of St George

The Asylum Seeker’s Allotment Project takes up the space of four allotments and is enclosed by hedgerows in the St George area of Bristol. The allotment is used by political asylum seekers from all around the world, as a space where they can come tog... Read More about The gardens of St George.

Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover
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Dean, J. Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover

3 photographic drawings were exhibited from an extensive series entitled Rome (wasn’t) built in a day. In all cases images were gleaned from the internet and collaged together by computer, to create drawings that speculate on ideas of building / crea... Read More about Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover.

Bonnington Square
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Oldham, A. Bonnington Square

Bonnington Square is right in the heart of London, just two minutes walk from the river and just ten minutes from the Houses of Parliament. In the early eighties the one hundred houses of the Square were all squatted, forming a bohemian community fro... Read More about Bonnington Square.

Invisible airs
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Oldham, A., & McCormack, C. Invisible airs

The computerized database is fundamentally changing society. From communication, to government, transport, shopping, friendship, health, education, narrative and even the way we watch film, the database is radically transforming our lives. And yet we... Read More about Invisible airs.