About

Mathilda is an artist living and working in London. Her practice often explores dualisms such as life and death, internal and external; Mathilda’s interest in this area originates from a fascination with the tension and vivacity that erupts when opposites meet.

The form of a line is a mark Mathilda returns to again and again, its simplicity and weight can be visually arresting as well as familiar. Often visually subtle and delicate, there exists an unyielding power within the subtle marks. A line marks where the visual art making and text work meet and consolidates the varying materiality of her practice.

Natural materials are used throughout Mathilda’s work and vary depending on the  concept being conveyed; natural materials are readily available and bring with them their own associations. Many disciplines are used in Mathilda’s practice including text and writing, not confined to a specific media, Mathilda uses and learns new techniques when necessary to best communicate an idea creating a diverse and surprising practice.

 

January – February 2019- Sense of Place

Life Line series- White Room Gallery- Group Exhibition- Sheffield

December 2018- High and Dry

Driftwood sculpture- Group Exhibition- Brighton Beach

October 2018- The Big Picture Art Collective

Featured Artist Online- Diaphragm Hair, Pen on Paper

October 2018- Polluted Postcards

Photography- Devonport Guildhall- Group Exhibition

August 2018- Words for the Wild

Anthology Cover Image- Lane Lines, Ink and Water Drawing

July 2018- Wotisart

Journal- Featured Artist

June 2018- Islington Arts Factory

Group exhibition- Islington Summer Salon

May 2018- Building BloQs

Solo exhibition- Sculptures, Drawings and Paintings

May 2018- Featured in Space-Ship

Driftwood Sculptures

April 2018- Published in #9 Wake up Screaming

The Bones of the Matter

November 2017- Blend, 587 Green Lanes

Solo Exhibition- Border Line: Drawings and paintings

January  2017- Well Street Market

Driftwood Sculptures and Drawings

June 2016- Published in Dream Catcher issue 29

The Three Palaces

2014- Utopographies

Conference and Project

August 2011- Chelsea Old Library

This-Covert V2- Publication and Interactive Text Piece

June 2011- Chelsea Library

Degree show- This-covery- Online Journey

May 2010 -Chelsea Art College

Hallway 306- Performance Piece


Grants

The Eaton Fund- 2017

 

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