Online Artist Talk: Olivia Bax speaks from ‘Studio Lockdown’ in London
In this talk, Olivia Bax will talk about her recent sculptural work and residency at the Academy of Visual Arts, HKBU in 2016/17.
Olivia Bax speaks from ‘Studio Lockdown’ in London About the speaker LANGUAGE Notes to HKBU students Registration
Olivia Bax will talk about her recent sculptural work. She will discuss her residency at the Academy of Visual Arts, HKBU in 2016/17 and the lasting influences of the experience. She will be talking from her London studio and share how isolation and lock down have affected her studio practice.
Olivia Bax (b. 1988, Singapore) lives and works in London. She studied BA Fine Art at Byam Shaw School of Art, London (2007-2010) and MFA Sculpture at Slade School of Fine Art, London (2014-2016). Recent solo exhibitions include: Chute, Ribot Gallery, Milan (2019/20); Roost, Lily Brooke Gallery, London (2018); at large and VO Curations, 93 Baker Street, London (2018). Recent residencies include: Lockbund Sculpture Foundry, Oxfordshire, UK (2018); Academy of Visual Arts, HKBU, Hong Kong (2016/17); British Council INSPIRE exchange, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2015). Prizes include: The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award (2019/20); Kenneth Armitage Young Sculptor Prize (2016); Public Choice Winner, UK/Raine, Saatchi Gallery, London (2015). See more at www.oliviabax.co.uk
The talk is CCL accredited for HKBU students. An evaluation form will be e-mailed to the participated students after the talk. Please note that the CCL unit will only be given to those students who have registered the event and submitted with a completed evaluation form by 25 April (Sat).
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