Charly Blackburn is an artist and material explorer. Her practice is process-intensive and through chemical experimentation, the works reveal the power and magical properties of minerals.
Born in the UK’s agricultural flatlands dubbed 'The Fens', she has since studied performance design at Central Saint Martins, worked in fine art conservation and directed large ensemble live art/sound shows. She was a self taught ceramicist until 2019 when she received a scholarship to study Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art. It’s 2023.
2023 - Blake’s Old Haunt - Group Show, Lambeth
2023 - Art Institute of Chicago - Himali Singh Soin's solo show Static Range features collaborative ceramic work
2022 - Boundary Condition curated by Alaa Yussry, St Ethelburga's Church, Bishopsgate
2022 - Royal College of Art Autumn Graduate Show, Battersea
2022 - Melting Point, Ceramic Group Show, Chelsea
2021 - Crafting with digital tooling, SteamHouse, Birmingham
2020 - Earth Eaters curated by Cole Projects, Hoxton 253 Gallery
2020 - Persona Collective Performance, Quasi-Materials Lab, Old St Martins, Bloomsbury
2020 - 'Ecological and Societal Violence in Mining Practices' lecture presentation, Royal College of Art, Battersea
2020 - White Noise Ballrooms curated by Matt Williams, Camden Arts Centre at Cork Street Galleries, Mayfair
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