Victoria’s sculptural installation practice relates to narratives of home, protection and the state of exception. At times, the photographic documentation of the structures she builds becomes the work itself. She is currently working on a collaborative, co-curated project exploring the contemporary relevance of social sculpture.
On Longing. In Loss and Lucidity (The Lost and Found), Fábrica Braço De Prata, Lisbon, 2019 • Consider Yourself (Part of the Furniture). In Home and the Poetics of Space, Dark Matters group show, Fringe Arts Bath 2017 • Groundswell. In Edge of Collapse, AA2A Scheme show, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, 2016 • Emergency Conference (for Joseph Beuys). In Time Machine, group show curated by alldaybreakfast, 44AD Gallery, Fringe Arts Bath 2016 [see alldaybreakfast’s video documentation ] • States of Emergency. In Interim Show, Dartmouth Avenue Studios, Bath Spa University, 2015 • Various works. In Spring Open, Artist Teacher Scheme show, Bath Spa University, 2012.
Catalogues/ Conference Contributions
Methought. In Modeen M., (ed), Invisible Scotland: Revealing a Process of Interdisciplinary Discovery, Moray School of Art Press in Association with Duncan of Jdrdanstone College of Art & Design, 2013, pp.64-65
Visual Arts Training
Postgraduate Diploma Fine Art, Bath Spa University (Pass, graduated 02/2016) • Week of workshop sessions in Bath Spa University residency space, Porthleven, Cornwall as one of Porthleven Prize Shortlisted Artists, 2015 • NSEAD Artist Teacher Scheme, Bath Spa University (Pass, show April 2012) • Foundation Studies in Art & Design, Bristol School of Art (Distinction), 2005 • MA Digital Media, UWE Bristol (Pass, graduated 07/2003)
PLaCE exhibition for PhD students, Foyer Gallery, UWE Bristol, 2011 • Co-curated AA2A scheme exhibition, Edge of Collapse, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University, 2016
Designed logo for 9th SIEF Congress held at the University of Ulster in June 2008 • Freelance research and design role for UWE Bristol: designed imagery for screens in high street bank’s new London headquarters (Grimshaw Architects). Researched bank’s history to create designs.