Shona Waldron is an artist working across time-based media, computer-generated imagery and painting. She explores ideas surrounding the entanglement of nature and technology to evoke a sense of wonder and infinite possibility. Investigating mutable, metamorphic states is also a recurrent theme used to illustrate the transition into an indeterminate future.
She is currently based in London.
MFA Fine Art, The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL.
BA (Hons) Photography, Falmouth University. First Class Honours.
Late at Tate Britain:
Cyborg Futures. Tate Britain, London, UK.
The RSA Annual Exhibition. The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, UK.
Sensorium. Fish Factory Art Space, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.
Semblance. Gyllyngdune Gardens, Princess Pavilion, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK.
Of Meadows. End of the World Garden, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK.
A Visual Flow: November Pop-Up Exhibition. Online.
Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN20 Moving Image. Brighton, UK.
A Sense of Being: Disjointed, Transient, Incomplete. Online.
Hastings Arts Forum Annual Show. Hastings, East Sussex, UK.
The Letting Be of Beings. The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.
Unspecified. The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, Cornwall, UK.
Stains and Traces. Hastings Arts Forum, Hastings, East Sussex, UK.