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EDUCATION:

1999-2001                        Slade School of Fine Art    MFA Sculpture (Distinction)

1992-1995                        Glasgow School of Art     BA Hons Fine Art (2:1)

1987-1991                         Edinburgh University    MA Hons Art History (2:1)

1979-1987                        Steyning Grammar School, Sussex

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2015            ' Collaborators 4' Roaming ROOM London

2015            'Bideford Black: The Next Generation' Burton Museum and Art Gallery,                      curated by Flow Projects

2015            'Surface Deep: Bodies of Water' screening at Cornwall Film Festival

2014            'Bodies of Water' screening curated by Kayla Parker at RWA Bristol

2014             'DUAL' a performance, Karst, Plymouth (organised byTextually Active)

2014             'Pilot'  AA2A Artists show, Room 101, Plymouth University

2013            ‘Square Eyes Istanbul’ Kultur University Istanbul and Exchange Gallery,                      Cornwall

2012            ‘New Inhabitants’ ; Greenhill Arts, Moretonhampstead curated by                               Susan Derges, Peter Randall Page and John Virtue

2012            ‘My Favourite Tree’ exhibition and auction for CCANW 

2011             ‘Lust’ screening at Skowhegan, NYC (curated by Marc Swanson)   

2010             Printmaking show at Derriford Hospital, Plymouth 

2009            ‘Countertext’ Bridport Art Centre and venues (curated by Nigel Slight                         and David Rogers)

2008            ‘The Night: a Time Between’ RWA Galleries Bristol (curated by Janette                       Kerr)

2006            ROOM TOO :  ROOM Gallery, Bristol and London

2006             ‘Forest Dreaming’ Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural                                 World, Exeter (curated by Clive Adams)

2006            ‘REVEAL’:  Forest of Dean Sculpture Commission (outdoor projection)

2005            ‘ROOM TOO’:  at ROOM Gallery, Bristol andLondon

2005            ‘Art Caucasus’ British Stand, Tbilisi, Georgia (representing Station,                             Bristol)

2005            ‘Picture Window’ Station North public art project, Baltimore, USA

2005            ‘There Is No More Butter’ show on Bronze at STATION, Bristol

2004            ‘In The Presence Of’ DVD projection, St Marys Church, Nottingham                            (YAH festival)

2003            ‘Platforme Primera’, La Plat-Forme, Dunkerque, France

2003            ‘Notebook’ Pinkard Gallery, Maryland Institute of Art, USA

2003            'Lost Space' Pinkard Gardens, London

2003             ‘Precursor’ First Base ACAVA Award Winners, Century Gallery,                                  London

2002            'It Was Bigger Than All of Us' Prenelle Gallery, London

2002            Broadcast of Rufflette on Resonance FM, London

2001            'Communicating at an Unknown Rate'  The Old Armory, Kensal Green,                      London

2001            'Amidst Concrete, Clay and General Decay' Konstfack Gallery,                                   Stockholm (curated by Helen Legg and Marie Anne Lanavere

2000          'Noise: Information and Transformation' Kettles Yard and the Whipple                       Museum of History of Science, Cambridge.  Curated by Adam Lowe                         and Simon Schaffer

2000            DVolution;  LUX Centre: Projection work with Marie-Gabrielle Rotie

2000            'Slade Engine'  14-16 Dolland St Warehouse, Vauxhall, London

2000            'Macademia' performance at Bloomsbury Theatre, London with Mirjam                      Buergin

2000            ‘Nown’ performance at 291 Gallery, London

2000            ‘Nown’performance at Flaxman Gallery, UCL Library           

2000            Broadcast and Webcast of 'Rufflette' on Fourth Wall FM Radio                                    (curated by Cathy Haines and Sasha Craddock)

1999            'O', performance with Marie-Gabrielle Rotie, Leicester New Works                              Festival

1999            'Phonomena-the Site of Sound' Intermedia Gallery, Glasgow

1998            Oriel Mostyn Open, Llandudno, Wales

SOLOEXHIBITIONS:

2015             'Among Remote Lost Objects'  ROOMartspace London and KARST                             Plymouth

2009            ‘Forbitten Words’ at Bridport Old Books, Dorset

2006            ‘Anchor’ Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Exeter

2005            ‘BLACKOUT’ Plymouth Arts Centre

2005            ‘Descent’ DVD projection installation, ROOM, Bristol

2003            ‘Tabatha Andrews, Artist in Residence, Gloucester Cathedral’ 2002-3

2000            'Mappamonumentalis'at the Monument to the Fire of London

2000            ‘Nown’performance at UCL Library

1998            'Rufflette' sound work at the Glasgow Independent Project Space

RESIDENCIES and COMMISSIONS:

2016             RBS- 'First@108' Public Art Award winner: to make sculpture for the                          Alzheimers and Dementia Ward of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital                      London

2015             Bideford Black commission: Flow Projects and Burton Museum

2006             Artist in Residence, Centre for Art and the Natural World (CCANW),                           Haldon Forest

2006            ‘REVEAL’:  Forest of Dean Sculpture Commission (outdoor projection)

2002-3          Artist in Residence, Gloucester Cathedral

2001              Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine                            USA (visitors included Shirin Neshat and Carolee Schneeman)

1999              Shortlisted Artist in Residence for Today Programme, Radio 4

1998             'Semi-Subterranean' Collaborative Residency between artists and                              architects, Scottish Sculpture Workshop

SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS:

2015             ACE Small Grants Award to fund 'Among Remote Lost Objects'

2006            AA2A placement, Plymouth College of Art and Design

2004-5        Arts Council England Award to fund a year’s activity including two                              solo shows

2004            Plymouth City Council Visual Arts Award

2001            Skowhegan School Residency – full award

2001            Dolby Scholarship from Slade School of Art to research sound and                           silence in the cityand desert, USA

2000            ACE bursary to attend the School of Sound symposium on voice and                       the moving image

1998            Camden Council Small Assistance Grant

1995            Friends of Glasgow School of Art Travel Scholarship to visit James                             Turrell, study light, architecture and the desert. 


PUBLICATIONS:

2015             Review of Bideford Black: The Next Generation: Aesthetica magazine                      review; http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/review-of-bideford-black-the-next-generation-burton-art-gallery-and-museum-devon/

2005            ‘BLACKOUT’including ‘What Lies Hidden’ an essay by Guy Brett on                          Tabatha Andrews, and prose by Larry Lynch. 

2005            ‘White Window Shared Work: Travail Partage’ published by  La                                  Platforme, Dunkerque

2005            ‘Tabatha Andrews’ Artists Newsletter, review of ‘Descent’ by Peter                             Suchin (March)

2005            ‘Tabatha Andrew:  Descent’ Metro Magazine (Southwest) Jan 2005

2005            ‘Descent:Tabatha Andrews’ Best Art Review: Big Issue Jan 17th 2005

2005            ‘Tabatha Andrews’ Preview, Guardian Guide January 15th –21st 2005

2003            ‘Tabatha Andrews, Artist in Residence Gloucester Cathedral’                                       Published by University of Gloucestershire with essays by Peter                                 Suchin, Denys Turner and Imogen Cornwall-Jones

2002            Contemporary Magazine Dec 2002 Preview of ‘On Breath’ by Sotiris                        Kyriakou

2001              Public Art Journal (Mar) article on 'Mappamonumentalis' by Peter                               Suchin

2000            'Noise' Kettles Yard publication of Noise Exhibition

1999             British Mythic Magazine issues 3 and 5

1999            'O'erGang':  Publication resulting from residency at the Scottish                                  Sculpure Workshop

Tabatha Andrews has lectured at Byam Shaw School of Art,  University of Plymouth, University College Falmouth, University of Gloucestershire, Slade School of Art, Kingston University, Loughborough University, and Plymouth College of Art.  She moved to Devon in 2003 to bring up her children, and lives on the edge of Dartmoor. She teaches on Dartmoor Arts Project and is currently an Associate Lecturer at Plymouth University.

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