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Graham Seaton

Current Practice: Artist/Lecturer.
Born: Forest Gate, London E7
Currently Living & Working – Crediton, Devon (nr Exeter)

Contact:

70 High Street
Crediton
Devon Ex17 3JX

h: 01363 774516
m: 07719266870
e: sg.seaton@btinternet.com
web: www.gseaton.com
Other links to recent work: http://aa2a.biz/pg/profile/graham14


Education:

2009 ¬– 2011: Plymouth University PGCE Post Compulsory Education
1998 ¬– 2000: Wimbledon School of Art MA (Site Specific Sculpture)
1993 – 1996: University Of East London BA (Hons) 1st Class (Fine Art)
1991 ¬– 1993: Newham Community College Foundation Diploma (Art & Design)

Teaching:

2016-2017: University of Wolverhampton
Visitng Lecturer, BA Photography, Year 1 Joint Module Leader (Location Photography)

2014-2015: Artist Residency for AA2A at Plymouth University.

2007- 2014: Somerset College/School of Art & Design
First year co-ordinator for the FDA Programme in Fine Art. Lecturer on second year FDA Fine Art, and third year BA Fine Art.

2007-2010: (Also at Somerset College/School of Art & Design) Regular Part-Time Lecturer on the FDA Programme in Fine Art Years 1 & 2 and BA Fine Art Year 3
Co-ordinator for the Access Art & Design Course (Level 3) and Visiting Lecturer on the National Diploma Art & Design Course (Level 3-4).

2002-2006: London Metropolitan University (School of Architecture and Interior Design) Regular Part Time Lecturer on the BA Undergraduate Spatial Arts Programme incorporating spatial and architectural practice.

2002-2008: The City Literary Institute (London)
Part-time lecturer on the City Lit Fine Art course and visiting lecturer on the edexcel diploma (Level 3 & 4) in foundation studies, sculpture and drawing modules.

Selected Visiting Practitioner:
Camberwell College of Arts (2002), Byam Shaw School of Art (2003) Nottingham Trent University (2008), UCA Farnham (2012),
Awards/Open Submissions/Competitions:

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2016 ‘INTERCITY’ Plymouth Art Weekender, Intercity House, Plymouth
2016 ‘Objects, Models, Proposals’ Old Brickworks Gallery, (collaboration with Rex Henry) Poole, Nr Wellington, Somerset
2015 ‘INTERCITY’ Plymouth Art Weekender, Intercity House, Plymouth
2015 ‘Matter & Play’ Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
2014 ‘Props, References, & Starting Points’ Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
2013 ‘Openhouse’ St Ives Festival collaboration with Rex Henry.
2012 ‘Openwest’ Gloucester Cathedral collaboration with Rex Henry. www.theopenwest.org.uk
2011. ‘Compulsive Obsessive Repetitive’ collaboration with Rex Henry. ‘Towner’ Contemporary Art Museum for South East England www.townereastbourne.org.uk
2011. ‘Negative Objects’ Revised. Collaboration with Rex Henry. The White Space Gallery, Somerset College of Art & Technology
2010. ‘Urban Fragment’ collaboration with Rex Henry (imagining architecture) Curated by Eliza Gluckman & Lucy Day Collyer Bristow Gallery, Bedford Row, London
2008. ‘Negative Objects’ collaboration with Rex Henry . The White Space Gallery, Somerset College of Art & Technology
2007. ‘Jerwood Sculpture Prize’. Short listed artist, Exhibition at Jerwood Space, Union St. London,
2005. ‘Coastal Currents. Arts Festival’. Site-specific installation with Rex Henry. Farley Bank, Hastings, East Surrey.
2003. ‘Urban Space and What to Make Of It’. Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham. Group show with Richard Galpin and Jane Wilbraham.
2002' EAST ' International ' selectors Lawrence Weiner and Jack Wendler, Norwich Gallery, Norwich School Of Art And Design, www.norwichgallery.com
2002. ‘Bright Homes and Gardens’, The Place, Letchworth, Cambridgeshire.
2003. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL. Touring Venues: Remit Project Space. Melbourne Australia, Carnegie Gallery, Hobart,Tasmania , Australia
2002. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL. The Pavilions, London E3. www.b-beautiful.com
2002. ‘Shelved’. Deptford X, Collaboration with Rex Henry, CBA Studios, London SE8.
2002. ‘3x12=9’. Brit Art Gallery, London E2
2001. ‘Carts And Rafts’. Centenary Gallery, Camberwell College Of Arts. Group Show; With Jonathan Callan, Simon Periton, Grayson Perry, DJ Simpson, Kathryn Bohm & Jane Wilbraham
2001. ‘Avalanche’. Hales Gallery, London SE8. Group Show; With Dj Simpson, Jonathan Callan, Goshka Makuga
2000. ‘Sprawl 1:1’. Mostyn 11, Open Submission (Prize Winner), Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno, Wales. Selectors; Martin Barlow, Charles Esche, James Reilly, Tomoko Takahashi
1999. ‘Created Space’. Whiteley’s Gallery, London WC2

Selected Solo Exhibitions:
2004. ‘Configurations’. Installation at, Margaret Harvey Gallery (University Of Hertfordshire Galleries), St. Albans, Hertfordshire.
2004. ‘Proposal for Objects’. Site-Specific Installation, Queen Of Hungary, Norwich.
2000. NWUK 3. ‘Sprawl’, Installation, Chisenhale Gallery, London E3. Selectors: Sune Nordgren, Vong Phaophanit, Simon Wood, Sue Jones, Tamsin Dillon
2001. Sprawl 1:1. The Economist Building, London SW1. Joint show with Elizabeth Wright
2000. ‘Phase Three’. Solo Show, Stuff Gallery, London E3
1999. ‘Sculpture at Cannizaro Park’. West Side Common, Wimbledon, London Sw9

G.Seaton 2017