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Tuesday 2 February 2021
2.00pm—4.00pm

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This event is for STEAMhouse members only

Artist Chris Alton will lead participants through a reflective process focussed on their own creative practice. Working individually and collaboratively, participants will utilise practice mapping to take stock, and trace the connections between their past and present projects.

This session is for artists, makers and other creatives who are already STEAMhouse members. Find out how to join HERE

A white man stands in front of a grafitti covered skate ramp holding a skateboard

Chris Alton (b. 1991, Croydon) is an artist and curator. Whether deploying disco music in opposition to fascism, proposing art schools be built over golf courses, or producing video essays on the colonial intent of the trident’s; his work addresses the interconnected nature of prevailing social, political, economic and environmental conditions. He is also a skateboarder, and founding member of the Platt Fields Skatepark Community. 

Exhibitions & commissions include; Throughout the Fragment of Infinity That We Have Come to Know, The NewBridge Project, Gateshead (2020); Link & Shift, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2019); Survey, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art; Bluecoat, Liverpool; g39, Cardiff; & Jerwood Space, London (2018-19); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, South London Gallery; & Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Biennial (2018-19); The Billboard, Spit & Sawdust, Cardiff (2018); Adam Speaks, The National Trust, Croome, Worcestershire (2017); Under the Shade I Flourish, xero, kline & coma, London (2016); and Outdancing Formations, Edith-Russ-Haus, Oldenburg (2015). 

Awards and bursaries include; Jerwood Bursary 2020, a-n Artist Bursary 2020, Fenton Arts Trust Bursary 2017; Edith-Russ-Haus Award for Emerging Media Artists 2015; Lewisham Arthouse Graduate Studio Award 2015; and Collyer Bristow Graduate Award 2014.