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AWARDS & GRANTS
  • 2022 Institute for Art & Olfaction: Sadakichi Award for Experimental work with Scent: finalist
  • 2021 Aesthetica Art Prize – longlisted and included in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology: Future Now
  • 2019 Arts Council England – National Lottery Project Grant
  • 2019 Lumen Prize – finalist
  • 2013 Shape Open prize, London (awarded by Yinka Shonibare MBE, Turner Prize nominee 2004)
  • 2013 Leverhulme Trust – artist in residence grant (collaboration with forensic anthropologist Dr. Tim Thompson, Teesside University)
  • 2008 Arts Council England – visual arts grant
  • 2007 Creekside Open exhibition prize, London (awarded by Victoria Miro, www.victoria-miro.com)
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
  • Arts Council England Collection
  • The Lightbox Gallery, Woking, UK
  • York University, Toronto, Canada
  • Springfield University Hospital, London, UK
EDUCATION
  • MA in Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK
  • BFA (Honours), York University, Toronto, Canada
  • MD (Medicine), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
ARTIST’S RESIDENCIES & COMMISSIONS
  • 2021 21st Century Transnational Crime, Institute for Global Innovation, University of Birmingham, UK
  • 2013  Forensic Anthropology residency, Teesside University, UK (supported by Leverhulme Trust)
  • 2009  Mental Health residency and commission, Springfield University Hospital, London, UK
  • 2006  Artist Links, British Council and Arts Council England, Shanghai, China
  • 2006  Brookwood project, The Lightbox Gallery & Museum, Woking, UK
  • 2005  Breathe, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, UK
  • 2003  Dementia & Art, Age Concern Kensington & Chelsea, London, UK
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2022

  • Catch Your Breath, Morley Gallery, London, UK

2021

  • Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London, UK
  • RBSA Photography Prize, RBSA Gallery, Birmingham, UK
  • In Plain Sight, Thelma Hurlbert Gallery, Honiton, Devon, UK
  • Exposure Photography Festival, Contemporary Calgary, Canada

2020

  • Thanatos, solo exhibition touring Cube Gallery, Phoenix, Leicester and Constantine Gallery, Teesside University, UK. Supported by Arts Council England
  • In the Dark 2020: Even Darker, Cello Factory, London, UK

2019

  • Metamorphosis, Cello Factory, London, UK
  • Science and Art, Gerald Moore Gallery, London, UK
  • In The Dark, Cello Factory, London, UK

2018

  • The London Group at St Ives, Penwith Gallery, St Ives, UK
  • Altered States, Waterloo Festival, St. John’s Crypt, London, UK
  • Reflection, Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK

2017

  • Strangelove moving image festival, Sassoon Gallery, Folkstone, UK
  • The Mesh, Watermans Art Centre, London, UK
  • The London Group Open, Cello Factory, London, UK
  • Personal Relations, Pulchri Studio, The Hague, Netherlands; Mirror Gallery, Vicenza, Italy

2016

  • Personal Relations, Cello Factory, London, UK
  • The London Group Annual Exhibition, Cello Factory, London, UK

2015

  • The London Group Open, Cello Factory, London, UK
  • Clare Valley Film Festival, Clare Valley, Australia
  • Strangelove moving image festival, Central St. Martins, London, UK
  • Slippage: the Unstable Nature of Difference, Contemporary Art Space Chester, UK

2014

  • From David Bomberg to Paula Rego, Southampton City Art Gallery, UK
  • Microworld, The Space Gallery, Hong Kong
  • The London Group On London, Cello Factory, London, UK

2013

  • +100: The London Group Today, Cello Factory, London, UK
  • Splice: At the Intersection of Art and Medicine, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, USA
  • Shape Open, Nunnery Gallery, London (received first prize awarded by Yinka Shonibare MBE, Turner Prize nominee 2004). Touring Chocolate Factory 2, London, UK
  • The London Group Centenary Open, Cello Factory, London, UK (selected by Jane England, Director England & Co, artist Bruce McLean and critic Nicholas Usherwood)

2012

  • Splice: At the Intersection of Art and Medicine, Blackwood Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2011

  • The London Group Open, Cello Factory, London, UK (selected by Jenni Lomax, Director of Camden Arts Centre, and William Feaver, writer and art critic)
  • Time is Love international video art, Sint-Lukas Gallery, Brussels, Belgium; Kulter Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Espace apART, Guangzhou, China; Bildetage Gallery, Vienna, Austria
  • Saltburn Film Festival, Saltburn by the Sea, UK

2009

  • Seeing Beyond, APT Gallery, London and Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, UK (solo exhibitions)
  • Final Cut short film screenings, Komedia, Brighton Festival, Brighton, UK

2008

  • Experimental Shorts, Tenderpixel Gallery, London, UK
  • Video Art screening, Art-Claims-Impulse Gallery, Berlin, Germany
  • Gstaadfilm Festival, Gstaad, Switzerland
  • 700IS International Experimental Film & Video Festival, Egilsstadir, Iceland
  • Elixir screening programme, Stroud Valley Artspace, Stroud, UK

2007

  • Creekside Open (exhibition prize awarded by Victoria Miro), APT Gallery, London, UK
  • Buffalo 07, Black & Asian Film Festival, London, UK
  • Slack Video, Hull International Short Film Festival, Hull, UK
  • Behind Closed Doors, The Lightbox Gallery, Woking, UK
  • East End Film Festival, Genesis Cinema, London, UK
  • Future Shorts Film Festival, London, UK
  • Saison Video, Lille, France

2006

  • Cinecity, Brighton Film Festival, Brighton, UK
  • Field of Vision, Beijing New Art Projects, 798 Art District, Beijing, China
  • Routes & Remedies, Asia House, London, UK
  • China Connections, Riverside Studios, London, UK
  • Gstaadfilm Festival, Gstaad, Switzerland
  • Unnatural Selection, Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, Shrewsbury, UK
  • Body Navigation contemporary arts festival, Elagin Island Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia

2005

  • VAD Video and Digital Arts International Festival, Girona, Spain
  • Super Shorts film festival (touring), London, Manchester, Glasgow and other cities, UK
  • Imaginaria international short film festival, Conversano, Italy
  • Simultan international video/sound festival, Timisoara, Romania
  • Video Showcase, Angell Gallery, Toronto, Canada
  • Big Screen programme, Cornerhouse/BBC, Exchange Square, Manchester, UK

2004

  • EAST International 2004, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK
  • Pilot:1 International Art Forum, Old Limehouse Town Hall, London, UK
  • Progress, Spital Square art space, London, UK
  • Breathe, live art events at Bow Festival and other locations in London, UK

2003

  • Remembering the Present, Sackler Centre for Arts Education, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
  • Brief Encounters international short film festival, DepicT! competition, Bristol, UK
  • Shot by the Sea digital film festival, Heritage Museum, Hastings, UK

2002

  • Majority Rules, Free Gallery, Glasgow, UK
  • Digitized Bodies/Virtual Spectacles, Mestna Galerija (City Gallery), Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Atoms in the Family, International 3 Gallery, Manchester, UK

2001

  • Phantoms, The Old Operating Theatre, Museum & Herb Garret, London, UK (solo exhibition)
  • Digitized Bodies/Virtual Spectacles, Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary

2000

  • Intimate Perceptions, Inter/Access Gallery, Toronto, Canada

1998

  • Eric Fong: Corpus Interna, Gallery 44, Toronto, Canada (solo exhibition)
  • Shadow Crossings, Gallery TPW – Toronto Photographers’ Workshop, Toronto, Canada

1996

  • Body/Image, Inter/Access Gallery, Toronto, Canada
  • The Camera Obscured, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada