Clare Holdstock (b. 1992) graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in 2014 with First Class Honours. Living and studying in London, she became captivated by the early twentieth century Modernist architectural project. Her sculptures explore the overlooked and she is fascinated in the small differences between standardised products such as road signs and single use packaging. Holdstock currently lives between Hull and London.
Recent exhibitions include: TIME after () after TIME, The Briggait, Glasgow (2019); Coventry Biennial, Coventry (2019); Bloc Projects Members Show, Bloc Projects, Sheffield (2018); In Nothing Flat, Old Granada Studios, Manchester (2017); Ruin Values, Queens House, Hull (2017); Periphery, Lady Beck, Leeds (2016); Sell Out, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Leeds (2016); Concrete Wasteland, Artlink Centre for Community Art, Hull (2016); Windings, mmmilk gallery, Newcastle (2015); Psychedelia & Supremus | Clare Holdstock | Luke Hartley, RED Gallery of Contemporary Art, Hull (2015)
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