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2021 Oriel Davies - Associate Artist

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS & PERFORMANCES

2020:

Crucify - Outside//Inside, DAC Art Prize, Oriel Davies, Powys, Wales and Cynon Valley Museum, Aberdare, Wales

2019:

Life (UotS) - Open Exhibition: Oriel Q, Narberth, Pembrokeshire

2018:

The Ma of Equilibrium (Performance) - Live Screen, The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry (Commissioned by Home for Waifs & Strays)

2015:

15 Minutes (Performance collaboration with Aleksander Wojtulewicz) - Backbone, Home for Waifs & Strays, Digbeth, Birmingham

2014:

YOU (Performance) - Breaking the Law / Burning Down the House, Home for Waifs & Strays, Digbeth, Birmingham

Life (UotS) - Coventry Open, The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry

CURATORIAL

2020:

Raising the Bar Together - supporting access for disabled artists. (Arts Council Wales Lottery Grant Funded)

2013:

Vessel - Roots Gallery Open Exhibition, Coventry

 

TALKS & PRESENTATIONS

2020:

Unlimited Connects Wales: Making Space – Curating disabled Artists (in conjunction with Visual Art Group Wales)

2013:

Social Sculpture: The Role of the Artist, Roots Gallery, Coventry

2012:

Fragile, Femme:5, Roots Gallery, Coventry

[UP] Unhinged Plan (experimental performance and installation group), Meter Room, Coventry

AWARDS & PRIZES

2021:

Arts Council Wales Project Grant for Rewilding the Artist

2020:

DAC Art Prize Finalist

Art Council Wales Lottery Fund for Raising the Bar Together

2014:

HCE 10: The Circles Competition (3rd Prize)

2012:

Judith Phillips Award for Outstanding Achievement

2011:

Shortlisted for Phoenix Group Creative Prize

 

EDUCATION

2012 B.A Hons Fine Art (First Class), Birmingham City University

1993 HNC Art & Craft, Coventry University

1992 Foundation Art & Design, Coventry University

Gaia would like to acknowledge the support of the following organisations:

Oriel Davis - Associate Artist 

Arts Council Wales - Project Grant funding

g39 - artist mentoring programme ( 2019 - 2021)

DASH - Cultivate artist mentoring (2018 funded by Arts Council England)