Artist based in East London and Essex


  • 2022 - Constellations programme, exploring the expanded field of public art, with UP Projects, Flat Time House and Liverpool Biennial
  • 2017 - MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art, with distinction in Critical and Historical Studies (dissertation)
  • 2013 - BA Painting, Camberwell College of Arts, first class

Solo Exhibitions and Events

  • 2023 - Unstable Condition, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
  • 2021 Growing Pains, Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent 
  • 2019 - Jerwood Staging Series, curated by Harriet Cooper and Lauren Houlton, Jerwood Gallery, London
  • 2019 - From the Sublime to the Ridiculous, curated by Anna Bargiel, Bunkier Sztuki Gallery, Krakow

Group Exhibitions

  • Flickering Shores, Sea Imaginaries, Busan Biennale Organising Committee and Busan Metropolitan City, curated by Irini Papadimitriou, Ilgwang Beach, Busan, 14th Oct - 19th Nov 23
  • (Current) The Magic of the Silver Swan, The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, 8th July 2023 - 7th January 2024
  • Worlds Away: Art, Nature and Wellbeing, MAC Birmingham, 1st Sept - 26th Nov 23
  • Sharing Time // Hold, Shift, Change. Flat Time House, Peckham
  • Poor Things, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
  • Behold, Hypha Studios, curated by Sasha Galitzine
  • Precarious, ArtExchange Gallery, University of Essex

  • Visions in the Nunnery, Bow Arts, London
  • Depictions of Living 2022, Venice
  • Jerwood Survey II, Site Gallery, Sheffield, final leg of touring exhibition.
  • The Amber Room at Reference Point Library, London. Curated by Rosie Reed
  • Southend on Shorts, A Big Screen short film event, The Odeon cinema, Southend-on-Sea

  • BEANO: THE ART OF BREAKING THE RULES, Somerset House, curated by Andy Holden. 
  • Jerwood Survey II, nominated by artists Wood & Harrison. Touring exhibition opening at g39 Cardiff; Jerwood Gallery, London
  • Z (Don't Panic, Kiss Me), Galeria Studio BWA Wroclaw, to coincide with New Horizons Festival, Poland, curated by Ewa & Stach Szablowska
  • Off Trail, AIR Gallery, Manchester, curated by Sam Carvosso
  • Here/Her: A Walk Along the Edge of the City, a screening of a new commission curated by Lu Williams for the Thames Estuary Festival, Metal Culture UK
  • Monitor 3.0 and Monitor 3.1, curated by Jamie Hanton, The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand

  • Digital exhibition of 80 artist sculpture proposals for The High Line Plinth, New York
  • The Sea is Glowing, Exportdrvo, curated by Inke Arns, Rijeka 2020 European Capital of Culture, Croatia
  • Little Animal, online video screening event exploring human and animal interactions, curated by Milo Creese
  • Hoxtopia, final digital exhibition of Hoxton Street digital proposals with the PEER Ambassadors at PEER Gallery, London
  • What is She? Screening of short videos with feminist NOHAT Collective, at Andy Holden's studio Ex-Baldessarre
  • Depictions of Living - Art and Activism in time of climate crisis, curated by Roshanak Khakban, The Art Pavilion, Mile End, London.

  • Open House, Open Door, exhibition during Open House London Architecture Weekend. An exhibition of proposals for a new front door for PEER Gallery, Hoxton, by the PEER Ambassador group (ages 17-24). Curated with Alice White, Curator for Local Audiences, PEER Gallery
  • 24th Gabrovo Biennial of Humour and Satire in Art, theme: Dimensions of Publicness, Museum of Humour and Satire, Gabrovo, Bulgaria, selected by Vasif Kortun, Berta Sichel and Anton Staykov
  • YIKES! A celebration of awkward performance. Live art and moving image event, organised by Cameryn Moore and Sandra Sordini, Berlin.
  • Screening of International Waters, Department of Visual Art of the Antwerp Academy

  • TBCTV - screening of three works as part of a moving image installation by artists Mel Brimfield, Ewan Jones Morris and Chloe Lamford, Lancaster Rooms, Somerset House, Frieze Week
  • The Fourplay Conceptual Theatre Group invited playwrights to make work in response to the video High Tide (Sausage). The work was screened, alongside the performances, in Paris
  • The Bomb Factory Artist Film Festival screening of all past participants, Art Week Exeter
  • Screening of artist moving image work, Pacto Collective @ Deptford Cinema, curated by Natalia Skobeeva.

  • Directing the Real: Artists’ Films and Video in the 2010s, selected and curated by Leonardo Bigazzi. Touring exhibition: Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence; Passerelle Centre d'art Contemporain, Brest.
  • Gstaadfilm International Festival for Short Art Films, Centro Cultural Terminal Goes, Uruguay
  • Wide Open at SMU Meadows School of the Arts Pollock Gallery, Dallas, Texas. Curated by Sofia Bastidas and Guillermo Leon Gomez.
  • 23 Days at Sea Container Ship Residency Exhibition, Access Gallery, Vancouver
  • Harvest Short Film Shortlist, Food, Farming and the Land, Lower Hewood Farm, Dorset. Selected by Robin Baker, Hope Dickson Leach and Robert Macfarlane
  • Premiers Films festival, Malakoff, Paris
  • Future Generation Art Prize 21 shortlisted artists at the Palazzo Contarini Polignac, Venice Biennale
  • MA Degree show, Royal College of Art
  • A BROKEN LINK, Video screening of Power Ballad at Golden Age Cinema, Sydney, Australia
  • Future Generation Art Prize shortlist exhibition, PinchukArtCentre, Kiev
  • RCA Sculpture response to the Joachim Koester exhibition, Camden Arts Centre, London
  • Stick or Twist at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

  • The Bomb Factory Autumn Artist Film Festival, London
  • OTHER, curated by the RCA Feminist Society, Courtyard Gallery 1, RCA, London
  • POMP, Safehouse 1 and 2, Peckham, London
  • RCA/ECA Exchange Show, Edinburgh Sculpture Courts
  • Work in Progress (WIP) Show, Royal College of Art

  • The Forum Big Screen, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
  • Test Space, Spike Island, Bristol. Selected by Gordon Dalton, Kypros Kyprianou and Juliet Lennox
  • The Tomorrow People, selected and curated by Elevator Gallery, London

  • CAISSA Rising Artists - Today Art Museum, Beijing
  • More or Less - Peckham Springs, with May Hands and Jack Wilkinson, London
  • Leverhulme Art Scholars show, selected by Gareth Bell-Jones, Lotte Juul-Petersen and Bryony Graham. Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge
  • Woon Art Prize finalists at Gallery North (BALTIC 39 and Northumbria University) Newcastle. Curated by Christine Borland
  • Film screening at Flat Time House, Peckham, London


  • The Arts Council Collection, UK


  • 2021 - Unnatural Selection, Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
  • 2016 - 23 Days at Sea Container Ship Residency, Access Gallery, Vancouver
  • Oct 2013/14 - UAL Lifeboat Studio Residency Award, supported by Artquest, ArtsTemps, ACAVA studios
  • 2013 - Leverhulme Scholarship summer school residency at Wysing Arts Centre, on the theme of 'Hidden Systems and Structures.'


  • 2023 - The Dover Prize
  • 2023 - Oppenheim-John Downes Award
  • 2023 - Firstsite Collectors Group Bursary Award
  • 2022 - A-N Artist Development Bursary
  • 2021 - Thames Estuary Festival, commissioned psychogeographic walk by Metal Culture UK
  • 2021 - Nomination for The Arts Foundation Award for Visual Art
  • 2020 - Nomination to propose an artwork for The High Line Plinth, New York
  • 2019 and 2023 - Nomination for Paul Hamlyn Award
  • 2019 - PEER Notices commissioned artist, PEER Gallery, Hoxton, London
  • 2017 - Future Generation Art Prize, PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, shortlisted
  • 2016 - Villiers David Travel Award, RCA
  • 2016 - The Annex Collection Acquisition Award, TACUK, shortlisted
  • 2015 - Somerset Art Works, commission for sculptural intervention on the Bristol Channel coast
  • 2015 - Gilbert Bayes Charitable Trust Grant for Lions Project
  • 2015 - The Elephant Trust Grant for Lions Project
  • 2015 - Essex Community Foundation Grant to support Masters degree at the RCA
  • 2013 - Woon Art Prize (BALTIC 39 and Northumbria University), Judges' Discretionary Award

Talks and Teaching

- (Ongoing) Associate Lecturer in Sculpture at Camberwell College of Art

  • 2023 - Panel discussion event at Focal Point Gallery, with Emma Hart and Paul Harrison, chaired by Katharine Stout
  • 2023 - Artist presentation and tutorials, Colchester School of Art 
  • 2023 - Mentoring with a space arts, Southampton
  • 2023 - Low Budget Film-making Workshop, with TOMA, Southend-on-Sea
  • 2023 - Community Exchanges workshop, UAL
  • 2023 - Panel discussion in response to the Precarious group show at Art Exchange, with Josh C Wright, Elsa James and Matt Bowman
  • 2022 - Spatial Dysfunction, ICA London 
  • 2022 - Articulate Podcast, interview and discussion with Divya Sharma
  • 2022 - PEER Gallery, presentation and discussion event about urban interventions, with Vlatka Horvat, Andy Field & Beckie Darlington, Maria Mahfooz, and Graeme Miller
  • 2022 - International Womens Day Screening event with artist Rebecca Davies at Metal, Southend
  • 2022 - PEER Gallery, experimental workshop with local over 50s group in response to the Vlatka Horvat show. 
  • 2022 - CAST Cornwall, screening and presentation of short films in The Black Box space, invited by Teresa Gleadowe
  • 2022 - CAST Cornwall, Saturday Club workshop with local teenagers inspired by Fischli & Weiss’ The Way Things Go
  • 2021 - Imagining Public Sculpture, workshop with The Portland Inn Project, Stoke-on-Trent
  • 2021 - Film Club, April Fools Day event with artist Rebecca Davies, Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
  • 2021 - Artist presentation and discussion with Milton Keynes College
  • 2020 - Metal Future Network Shorts, Instagram Live presentation
  • 2020 - UCA Farnham Visiting Lecturer
  • 2018 - Digifest video workshop, with Milo Creese, responding to the Get Out and Push! exhibition, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
  • 2018 - Artist presentation in conversation with Anna Smolak at Bunkier Sztuki, Kraków, Poland
  • 2017 - Digifest video workshop, responding to the Maximum Overdrive exhibition, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
  • 2015 - Writtle College,  visiting artist for the BA Fine Art students, Essex, invited by Michael Szpakowski
  • 2014 - Lifeboat Residency Seminar, Camberwell College of Arts

All images © Rebecca Moss, 2023