Sections of my large-scale installation Sleepover, made in response to the Freud Museum in 2012, were shipped to the Northern Clay Centre, Minneapolis in March for a group exhibition entitled Mythology and Archetype curated by Heather Nameth Bren. In the summer the figures will be taken to Perimeter Gallery in Chicago, who have been long time supporters of my work in the USA.

My next UK showing will be in a 3-person exhibition Ceramics in The Expanded Field for 3 days only from 17th to 19th July at the Ambika P3 gallery, 35 Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5LS. Alongside works by Clare Twomey and Julian Stair, my mixed media installation entitled Ambika’s Dream will explore research outcomes from the Freud exhibition and ideas about site and scale that have emerged as a result. Large-scale drawings will complement the ceramic installation.

This exhibition accompanies a 3-day international conference 17-19th held at the Marylebone site of the University of Westminster. The keynote speaker is artist and urban facilitator Theaster Gates and other key speakers include Tanya Harrod, James Beighton and Martina Margetts as well other US guests; Glen R Brown and Ezra Shales. For registration see:
The conference marks the final outcome of our 3-year Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project Ceramics in the Expanded Field which aimed to research the complex relationship between ceramic art and museum collections.