Curriculum Vitae

Personal Information
Born 1961
Email katysh@mac.com
katy@vitreoushumour.co.uk
Education Bournemouth Foundation Course – 1979-1980
Sheffield Polytechnic Painting BA – 1980-1983
Degree awarded – 1 st
Royal College of Art London, Painting MA -1989 -1991
Exhibitions
2015 The Factory Film Festival,  Bournemouth Emerging Fringe Arts
2015 Black Swan Arts Open – Prizewinner
2015 “Drawn 2015” , Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
2014 Royal West of England Academy Open 2014, Bristol
“Selected Animated Photography Films 2014” The Photographers Gallery,
London
2012 – 2013 Jerwood Drawing Prize at Jerwood Visual Arts, London, and tour
2012 Jukebox Fury at the Basement, Brighton – Screening
2012 “Screen Out Loud” Open Submisssion, Animated Exeter
2012 “Animated Drawings” Screening at Parasol Unit, London
2007 Screening of “Film” at the National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing theatre
2004 Vertigo Magazine Screenings, the Curzon Cinema, London
“Collage” exhibition at Bloomberg Gallery, London
2003 “100 Years of British Artists’ Films”, Tate Britain
“Flock” , Spacex Gallery Exeter, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne
Vertigo Magazine Anniversary Screenings, the Other Cinema, London
“Videoteque Ephemere“, Videoformes Festival, Clermont Ferrand, France
2001 “Artists’ Animation” at the Vilma Gold Gallery, London
“Living with St Anthony11” Screened at the Pandaemonium Festival, Lux Cinema, London
2000 “A & V at the V & A”, video installation at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
“Animate!” commission, Arts Council and Channel 4 UK
1999 “Videospin” project, the Photographers Gallery, London
1988 John Player Portrait Exhibition, the National Portrait Gallery, London
1998 “Animation”, the Lux Gallery, London
Launch of “Home Movies” website, with the support of the London Arts Board and
the City of Westminster Arts Council.
Whitechapel Open, video installation of “Dodo Footage” and cinema projection
1997 Collaboration with the Interactive Laboratory, London Electronic Arts
“Zone” Commission, Maidstone Borough Council Zone Multimedia Festival
1996 “Art and Innovation” The ICA, London
The Project Room, the Tannery, London
“Till Mary” Länsmuseet i Härnösand, Sweden, Länsmuséet i Landskrona, Sweden and
Bildsmuséet i Umeå, Sweden
1995 “Till Mary” commission the Riksutställningar, Stockholm, Sweden.
Bohusläns Museum, Uddevalla and tour. Olle Olleson Huset, Stockholm.
Gothenburg Museum and Art Gallery, group show
1994 Rum for Aktuell Konst, Gothenburg, Sweden.
“Stasted” Seminarium Bohuslän, Hamburgsund, Sweden
1991 The International Contemporary Art Fair, Olympia, London
“The New Decade” The Paton Gallery, Covent Garden, London
“Earthscape” Hastings
1989 “Pacesetters”, Peterborough Art Gallery
“Inner Language” Ikon Gallery Tour.
1988 John Player Portrait Exhibition, The National Portrait Gallery, London
1987 One Woman Show Poole Arts Centre 1987
The London Group, Royal College of Art and Tour
1986 “Spirit of London”, Royal Festival Hall, Prizewinner
Camden Annual, Camden Arts Centre
“Open Slot” One Woman Show, Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield
Hunting Group Young Artists Prize, Mall Galleries, London
1985 Hunting Group Student Art Prize – Winner
One Woman Show, Mall Galleries, as Hunting Group Prizewinner
Winsor & Newton Young Artist Prize, Mall Galleries, London
2006 Launch of www.vitreoushumour.co.uk funded by the Arts Council of England
Artist in residence at Wiltshire College
2005 Norwich International Animation Festival, Illumina
Public Collections
Gothenburg Museum and Art Gallery
Maidstone Museum and Art Galleries, Maidstone Borough Council
Publications
1998 London Electronic Arts, the Digital Laboratory CD
1999 “Living Room” stills, images for Everything Magazine, issues 2:4 and 3:1
Television
1997 “Dope Sheet / Artist’s and Animation”, Channel 4,
Interview and screening of animations.
2001 “Brainwaves” Meridian Television, interview and screening of animations.
“Hot Reels” Channel 4 screening of “Film”
Reviews
1998 “Animation”, David Lillington, Art Monthly, July- August
1998 “Animation”, David Barrett, Frieze, Sept-Oct (view here )