Exhibitions

The Tales of 2 Cities, Fish Island Labs, Hackney Wicks, London
A project funded by the arts council, which involved 5 other artists and poets each writing on the increase of gentrification in London.

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The Anchor, Poetry, printed at A1 , spoken at Fish Island Labs, December 11, 2015 ( for more of a description see https://nachealcatnott.wordpress.com/taking-the-anchor/ 
This Dark Thing That Sleeps in Me, Horse Hospital,Russell Sqaure, London
A group exhibition including works by 27 artists from the University of Reading

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Through the Windrush: u feel like yam, Sculpture and Film, January 2016 
Materials: Yam, Wooden poles, sand buckets, on clip board plinths
Film, Duration, 3:03 
The Fall of Icarus II, The Rising Sun Art Centre, Reading 
A group exhibition consisting of 27 artists

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Walk aside the Appropriation, Sculpture and performance, February 2016, Duration:  5mins ( 5 subjects walking amongst the sculptures as I chop yam. )
 Materials: Yam, Wooden poles, sand buckets, on clip board plinths
 The Unit , The Quadrant Arcade, Romford, London  
A group show consisting of works from local and Reading based artists

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Here I exhibited two of the sculptures from my piece ‘Walk aside the Appropriation’ (Dimensions: left : 57cm right: 70cm)  
Materials: Yam,wood , acrylic sheets, copper piping, wooden poles, sand buckets, on clip board plinths
Modern Art Oxford- The Few Stains of Colour, August-September 2016

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This was my first solo exhibition. I was chosen out of 50 other students taking part in my university degree show to curate my own solo exhibition in Modern Art Oxford’s project space along with three other artists from neighbouring universities in Berkshire.
We each had 3 weeks to display our exhibition. Later I was chosen to be the nominee from the three that would be entered for the 2016 Platform prize.
The piece included a film installation that was presented on selaco televisions, which  explored the black opinion through interviews, imagery, sculpture, text and performance. In addition I created  five new sculptures with varying concrete bases that stood in the space alongside a draped piece of fabric, which  worked as a symbolic backdrop for the piece.
Finally I staged a series of performances that took place on the private view and at staggered times through out the opening day. This includes a series of subjects of multicultural ethnicities walking amongst the sculptures wearing a combination of ‘ normative’ clothing and brightly coloured african fabrics, whilst I vigorously chopped raw yam and recited a spoken word piece.
The piece was accompanied by a short publication of the body of work on a whole
please contact via email nachealcatnottartistandfilmmaker@gmail.com regarding enquires about purchasing a copy of the publication.

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South London Galley Young Filmmakers Screening, mid  September 2016 ,

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I presented my film and poetry piece Taking The Anchor, amongst 22 other artists and filmmakers. The piece was critiqued and chosen in conjunction with The Guggenheim.
Cafe W, – Waterstones Oxford – October 2016-Current 

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Yam prints, text based poetry and photographic stills, alongside a performance of me chopping yam and reciting spoken word, which was held on the private view.
COMING SOON !!
Coloured Black- Thursday February 2nd, The Whitechapel Gallery 
The Whitechapel Gallery- First Thursday in conjunction with Creative Debuts – I will be presenting the pice Coloured Black, the work will include film, one 2m sculpture and a five minute performance.
https://www.facebook.com/events/671286193053162/
http://www.creativedebuts.co.uk/artists/nacheal-catnott/
Coloured Voices
– Location, date and times still to be confirmed – A contemporary representation of art works by young people of colour. ( expect between March and May 2017)
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