Kimberley Beach

Exhibitions

2016

Solo Show 'Recollections', Si:Said Gallery, Lithuania.

A solo exhibition showing a collection of work all focusing on the notion of identity and autobiographical experiences.

2015

'The Listening Booth'Streaming of 'He's got a Pole, You've got a Hole; Get the Fuck Home'. The Listening Booth is an online listening gallery of contemporary sound based art aiming to test the limitations and freedoms of using sound like a physical space.Available to download at www.thelisteningbooth.co.uk

The Independent Artist Fair 2015

One of 80 artists chosen to participate in this years event. Screening of 'The Whole is less than the Sum of Her Parts'

'Names' Ambika P3, London

University of Westminster Degree Show.Premier of 'The Whole is less than the Sum of Her Parts'

'Unbroken', A-Side B-Side Gallery, Hackney Downs Studios, London

Group show with artists Kimberley Beach, Helena Collins and Jamie Shaw. Showing 'Progressive Pain'.

'Overflow', University of Westminster, London

Showing 'He's got a Pole, You've got a Hole; Get the Fuck Home' alongside the work of other Wesminster Students.

2014

'22:1'   139 Copeland Road Peckham, London

A pop up show in a derelict house in the Centre of Peckham. Showing 'Lamb to the Slaughter' alongside work of 30 other artists.

'Mish Mashed' Gallery 320, London

Showing 'Progressive Pain' Alongside the work of Stephanie Boreham, Rhianna Chase, Evie Knight-Gorham, Amie Griffin and Jack Kitchen.

'Same But Different' University of Westminster, London

End of Semester show. Showing 'Progressive Pain'

2013

'Mo Art, Mo Problems' The University of Westminster, London

End of Semester show. Showing 'Lamb to the Slaughter'

'One Night Stand' University of Westminster, London

End of Semester show. Showing 'Despair at Mortality'

Literature

Interview Feature for Fragmentary. Focusing on the artistic production of  'The Whole is less than the Sum of Her Parts'. Interview by Daniel Regan. April 2016.

Interview in Anniversary issue of Articulaction Magazine.

Focusing on artistic production and the background of 'He's got a Pole' and 'The Whole is less than the Sum of Her Parts'. Interview by Dario Rutigliano and Barbara Scott. April 2016.

Awards

The Felix Slade Scholarship, The Slade School of Fine Art, 2016.