2020  magnolia crucifixion instagram takeover for Back Lane West

2020  almost surely a sibyl’s stool   Moving installation and interactive performance piece for AGILE STRUCTURES a collaborative artist led iniative and the PLYMOUTH ART WEEKENDER 2020. Randomised scrambling of scrabble letters by participants collated into a poem.

2020   birtha Live Art Performance & Installation at Back Lane West

2019    break us gently  Dance performance for artist collaborative Georgie Gendall, Roseanne Martin and Liam Joly  at Porthmeor studios, St. Ives

2019    common demoninator Recreated previous work for PLYMOUTH ART WEEKENDER: £1000 in £5 notes scattered on the floor.

2019  mother/maiden Broken teacup, ice, frame. Mailart response piece as part of exhibition of 46 artists from around the World: Grosstkreisentfernung Great Circle Distance, Berlin

2019   amorous Interactive Live performance at Back Lane West exploring the olfactory influence of male and female hormones on its audience.

2018   common demoninator Piece created for Enys House SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING? One thousand pounds in ten pound notes scattered on the floor.

2018   amorass Writing for new publication Trans(RE)Lation by Graham Taylor

2018   grey areas  Breathing performance triptych for the Plymouth Art Weekender.

2018   see men  Whirling dervish/Sacred prostitute performance at Newquay nightclub for a birthday party.

2018  the places where we are or would like to be Photographic exchange with Frans van Lent published online https://fransvanlent.nl/2857-2/

2018  herm/aphrodite Shamanic/mythological performance on gender created in the pools of Aphrodite for MADE OF WALKING the Milena Principle,  the Akamas Peninsula Cyprus

2017    Associate at Back Lane West

2017  Fake Art    Faking Tracey Emin’s My bed in a photocopied installation. Liminal exploration between 2d and 3d, reality and non-reality.

2017   and the sea like crumpled sheets  Installation selected for FUTURE IMPERFECT symposium at Plymouth University

2017  Berlin Workshop & Performance   2 weeks exploration and artistic development through performative play towards goal of finale performance below.

2017  I Want to be Loved by You street performance ‘kissing’ strangers.  Exploration of personal boundaries and spontaneous audience performance when exposed to another’s vulnerability.

2017  Everything is F**cked    Letter game & performance in response to title at CMR Redruth. Wooden scrabble game and photocopied print outs; Various props including printer, treacle, wetsuit and crab claws.

2016  ThrowAway Comments   Paper sculpture selected for a piece for an exhibition in Bath. Paper and stamped text

2016  Perfect Time   Research for project into changing of the radio clocks. Concepts of time and fact.

2016  Le Petite Mort (the little death)   Referring to the Eros of creativity and used a prefabricated mythic structure of recycled wooden planters, water, plastic, petrol oil, kids toys, a photocopier, ice and fire. Back Lane West, Redruth.

2015   Game of Consequences    a collection of 20 artists invited by Stacey Guthrie to participate in an exploratory initiative; a canvas passed between artists and the ‘Consequences’. Begun in January 2015 with a Final Show at The Exchange, Penzance.

2015   Some Things are better Left Unsaid    Installation and participatory performance on a two month artist residency at Back Lane West an artist led initiative using collected hair, sawdust, a bag of frozen berries, honey, melted wax, mobile media and the game of chess as a theme for relationships

2014   Mother, Artist, Housewife    Performance at Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, Gulval. Incorporated themes of housewife, gender and identity.

2014   Love Story    Performed in underwear by the side of the road at dusk, the audience became the artists. Sewing machine, business cards, baby monitor and tea. Involved themes of women, vulnerability, relationships and freedom.

2014   Interior Views    Initiated and curated a Contemporary Arts film show casing films Café Muller and Ephiphora, also featuring the works of Zierle & Carter, Kate Ogley and Janet McEwan.

2014   Ephiphora    Performance and film depicting the hyperscope an invention which reverses the way our eyes see, created by Terry Pope. Ephiphora is an eye condition whereby the sufferer can not stop their tears. Dealt with issues of ‘little mermaid’ complex and coming back into civilisation

2014   Café Müller    a dance performance inspired by a Pina Bausch work of the same name filmed through a reversed monocular with experiemntal technology. Film making associated with the Left Bank artistic movement.

2013   Is Love    an exploratory performance at Back Lane West investigating motherhood and identity; cement mixer and a moulinex food processor compete to reduce plates into dust. Also selected and published in the VANDA Project, an online art magazine absc_nd

2013   Night & Day    a performance on motherhood and housewifery using a moulinex food processor, rolling pin, mirrors and sand, traversing through a night and a day. Incorporating themes of identity, gender and the frustration of ascociated roles.

2013   Gnothi Seauton    (Know Thyself)   guerilla installation at St Ives Tate, mirror, paint, old coat.

2012   Lesser Thought than what I Ought    guerilla installation at Newlyn Tate gallery, tripod, hook, paper and stamped words.

2011   Paintings on aspects of self conflict via animal representation and integral household objects

2007/11   Travel; walking the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage in Northern Spain and then to Portugal, Andalucia & Africa on a self enquiring purposely undocumented pilgrimage to birthplace Johannesburg, S. Africa. Journey cut short returned to the UK. Later I had a son.

2007   Live Art Falmouth – Installation Performance as part of LAF artist led initiative inspired by Women who run with the Wolves: knitting, knives, record player, bottles of ‘tears’. Themes of angst, suffering and the transformative power of Nature

2007   Flushing Art Festival. Produced installation outdoor sculpture, indoor paper installation and artpiece which was bid for and won at charity art auction.

2007   Wharf, Wharf    Initiated, Co-Curated & exhibited in this unique event to commemorate coastlines and the last days of an old working wharf. Other exhibitors included Zierle & Carter, Kate Ogley, Clarissa Beothy.

               Delet Ba’Magresh Installation of doors; the title roughly translates from Hebrew to ‘calling a spade a spade’. Questions on the significance of art

              & The Rood   Middle English poetry about the thoughts of the tree that was cut down to make the cross.

                Utopia Installation, mirror, charcoaled word, tripod and binoculars

                Intimate Relations of Immortality Participatory collaboration with artist Kate Ogley using crushed scallop shells.

2006   Documented & edited film for Wheal Art exhibition, a mineral tramways project run by Cornwall County Council. The film was included in the brochure accompanying the outdoor exhibition based at South Wheal Frances, Redruth amidst the ruins of the old tin mines.

2005   Assistant sculptor to El Anatsui at Holifield Farm, Gweek, helped create large installation of charred figures from greenhart hardwood for the Eden project.

EDUCATION

2003 – 2006        Falmouth University, Falmouth, Cornwall              BA Fine Art

2001 – 2002         University of Brighton & Hove                                   Foundation

1994 – 1997           The University of Manchester                                    Bsc(HONS) Psychology

1986 – 1993           Manchester High School for Girls                             9 GCSE’s & 4 A-Levels

ONLINE FEATURES

(as Jacqui Orly)

Vanda Project                 Issue: The Edge                                                    www.vandaproject.com   ‘the Edge’ p.52

artcornwall.org              Intimate Relations of Immortality            http://www.artcornwall.org/archive_index.htm

Live Art Falmouth                                                                                               http://www.artcornwall.org/archive_index.htm