aka Sexy Buggery

About

b. 1986, HK.

Education 

MFA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art 2017-19

BA(Hons) Intermedia Art, Edinburgh College of Art 2014-17 

Awards

'Best Pumpkin Carving 2017', Slade School of Fine Art

‘ESAF Best Visual Artist 2016’ Edinburgh Student Arts Festival

‘Derwent Sponsor Me’ Derwent Cumberland Pencil Company  

Solo Exhibitions

'The MoonBeam UltraLand Convention' in conjunction with Rhythm Machine, August 2017, SummerHall, Edinburgh 

‘Gobble, Gobble, Gobble: A Massacre of Lust’, September 2016, Trinity Apse, Edinburgh

‘The Most Expensive Land in the UK*’, 2015, Sciennes Halls of Residence, Edinburgh

‘Hair’, 2014, Belper Arts Festival, Derbyshire

Group Exhibitions

2018

'Videosport', Good Sport Gallery, Canada 

'Becoming Secret Branch', SET Studios Bermondsey, London 

2016

‘OUT/IN’, West Barns Studios, Dunbar

‘Open Your Lips’, The Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh

 ‘Edinburgh Student Arts Festival 2016’, The Biscuit Factory, Edinburgh

‘Drawing on Drawing’, Edinburgh College of Art

‘Bookmarks Art Book Fair’, Edinburgh College of Art

‘Third Tri-mester’, St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh

‘Moany Lisa’, Edinburgh College of Art

2015

‘The London Art Book Fair’, Whitechapel Gallery, London

‘Shift and Spin’, Stanley Mills, Perthshire

‘Edinburgh Student Arts Festival 2015’, Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh

‘On Wednesday’s we Wear Pink’, Edinburgh College of Art

2014

‘Sandergram’, Leicester People’s Photographic Gallery, Leicester

‘Belper Open Houses’, Belper Arts Festival, Derbyshire

Media

Graduate Research Weeks 2017-18, Slade Press 

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/graduateresearch/graduate_research_2017-18.pdf

EP covers for 'Golden The Pony Boy' band, Brighton 

‘ESAF Behind the Scenes: Claire Pearce's Gobble Gobble Gobble’ interview, September 2016, Edinburgh Student Arts Festival

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEI3T-EXyvc

‘Claire Pearce’ interview, February 2016, Edinburgh Student Arts Festival

http://www.edinburghstudentartsfestival.com/esaf-blog/2016/2/1/claire-pearce

‘The Most Expensive Land in the UK*’ article, The Wee Red Herring