- "Take Up Space"I co-curated an exhibition 'Take up Space’ that showcased a range of work by female artists, encouraging resistance against conforming to society’s expectations of gender roles and identity. In collaboration with Goldsmiths Yoga Society and Music Society, with live performance and meditation movement workshop across two evenings.
- "Exchange"As part of UAL x Gold collective, I co-curated the exhibition 'Exchange' held at Deptford Does Art in Deptford between April 18-21, 2019. The four-day exhibition featured both new and previous works from UAL and Goldsmiths students. ‘Exchange’ intended to consider what it means to represent an institution, how one is seen by the other, and how the relations between different practices reflect larger operations of taste and value
- SATED (a series of four panel discussions)I was responsible for delivering a series of four panel discussions on subjects related to profit-driven economy of capitalism, curated by a/political in collaboration with the Goldsmiths Visual Cultures Society at Goldsmiths, University of London. "The Language of Dissidence" (October 23, 2018) Invited Speakers: - Franko B (Artist) - Sharan Dhaliwal (Editor in Chief, Burnt Roti) - Kendell Geers (Artist) - Dr Susan Kelly (Senior Lecturer Fine Art, Goldsmiths) - James Massiah (Poet) https://ww
- Symposium: Performance of the self in digital spaceIn collaboration with Block Universe, on the 23rd of May I co-organised a symposium that reflected upon contemporary performance practices, looking at the relation of self, identity politics and digital space in the realisation of live work in the UK. Speakers included artists and academics: Isobel Harbison, Hannah Perry, Emily Rosamond, Erica Scourti and Chooc Ly Tan. The event was part of a week-long series of lectures and performances that celebrated Block Universe's 5th anniversary.
- "Third Nature"I co-curated a collaborative exhibition between Visual Cultures Society and Composers Collective showcasing ten unique Goldsmiths‘ artists at Safehouse 2 in Peckham. The theme explored the ‘Third Space’, alluding to the separation of Man and nature the Anthropogenic epoch welcomes. Where does humanity locate the psyche with the continuous demolition of our environment? Can technological space offer a solution or further complicate our localities?
- "I Give You An Onion"As part of UAL x Gold collective, I co-curated an exhibition 'I Give You An Onion' that marked the launch of an ongoing collaboration between Goldsmiths Visual Cultures Society and The Curation Society at University of the Arts London (UAL). 'I Give You An Onion' held at Protein Studios in Shoreditch was an exploration of the ways in which food can and has come to signify various aspects of our lives
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Front Desk ReceptionistRetreat Yoga Studio
London, United KingdomFreelance
• Acting as “Front of House’ and first point of contact for the Studio through greeting visitors and answering queries • Keeping front desk tidy and presentable with all necessary materials • Acting as a keyholder and being responsible for opening up and locking up the yoga studio • Ensuring the studio is clean and presentable
Social Media Marketing ManagerRural Urban Synthesis Society
London, United KingdomFreelance
• Circulating and posting all social media content, in conjunction with Communications team, to external listings, press, events sites, and platforms, influencers and other relevant organisations and agencies • Employing social media strategies to actively promote organisation’s achievements and developments • Managing Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts • Designing, creating and managing MailChimp campaigns and Eventbrite events
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- Social Media Management
- Microsoft Office
- Mail Chimp
- Email Communications
- Event Organisation
- Cloud Computing
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Goldsmiths, University of London
- London, United Kingdom
BA (Hons) History of Art, First Class (72%) Dissertation: Towards The Urban Revolution: Open Jazdów, a grassroots initiative that transformed the historical housing estate into socially and culturally active space co-managed by the residents of Warsaw (First Class, 75%)