About

GEORGIA EVA HENN

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Georgia Henn strives to explore and experience life through embracing uncertainty and spontaneity. She has a taste for adventure and passion for creative endeavors. Her artistic expression is primarily through the process of ‘making’ viscerally. She has recently found herself residing on a quaint island off the West coast of Canada, a place she finally feels at home.

QUALIFICATIONS

Fine Art BA (Hons):

Birmingham City University 2014 – 2015

Monash University Exchange program, Melbourne 2012 – 2012

University of Reading 2010 – 2013

EXHIBITIONS & PROJECTS

2017

Reclaim Photography Festival, Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust

2016

Circuit SWITCH Festival, Tate Collective, St Ives

Athens Digital Arts Festival, Greece

New Art West Midlands, Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry

2015

ROVE, School of Art, Birmingham

Atkins CIWEM Young Environmental Photographer of the Year Finalist, Royal Geographical Society, London

The Big Hoot, public art commission, Birmingham

HYSTERIA, feminist magazine, London

LOVE HOURS, ARTicle, Birmingham 

2013

SENTENCED, The old police station, Deptford London 

2012

OBSESSION, Louis Vuitton Maison, London 

MADA Gallery, Monash University, Australia

CLINICAL NATURE, Department of Art, University of Reading 

ACHIEVEMENTS

2013

WINNER Ultimate Motorhome Travel competition, Apollo Motorhomes, Australia

2012

Critic’s Choice, REcreative, London

Infinite Kusama Competition, The Tate Modern, London

Aesthetica Magazine, Bethany Rex, blog entry 

2008

Bronze & Silver Duke of Edinburgh Awards

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

2014

EYECANDY FESTIVAL MissLed assistant painter, Boxxed, Birmingham

MELBOURNE NOW exhibition assistant, NGV, Australia

2013

IAMVIP freelance photographer, Puerto Banus, Spain

PINKIFICATION performer, Department of Art, University of Reading

BEST JOB IN THE WORLD Damian Livesey,  photographer, Reading

2012

NFTS Olivia Muggleton, Art Department assistant, Beaconsfield

2011

Totem Films LTD, freelance video editor & runner, London

Ridgeway Primary School, public art commission, Reading