Josie Dick

Location: London
Website: www.josiedick.wordpress.com
Bio:

My ideas and work have constantly been involved in mark-making and the process of drawing. I have become increasingly engaged in creating drawings that are focused on form and the space they inhabit. I am interested in installing materials in certain ways to create something that I feel is a drawing. I use paper as my main material as well as clay, chalk, pastel and more recently film and light. My work focuses strongly on method and action and aims invite the viewer to engage and interact physically.

Education:
Foundation studies, Chelsea college of Art and design, London, 200-2006
BA Fine Art (Hons), Newcastle University, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 2006-2010

Education Workshops Assistant, Bow Arts, 2011
Education Workshop Assistant, Valentine's Mansion, 2011
Education Workshop Assistant, Gasworks, 2011
Education Workshop Assistant, Stratford Circus, 2011

Live Programme (Curatorial) Internship,Tate Modern, 2011
Management Internship, Core Gallery London, 2010
Drawing workshop, Wortley Hall, Sheffield, 2010
Lithography assistant and artist, Hole Editions, Newcastle 2007 and 2010
Participant, Dancing Borders, The SideShow Festival, Berwick-upon-Tweed
Project and events coordinator, VARC Highgreen, Northumberland, 2007, 2008 and 2009
Awarded the Bartlett Travel Award for Norway, 2008
Project leader, Vinspired at Globe Gallery, Newcastle, 2008
Life Drawing project leader, Forest School, London, 2007
Summer workshop assistant, Tate Britain, London 2005

Exhibitions:

Moonscape, The Miller, London 2011
DARE - five contemporary artists challenge your senses, The Gallery at Merriecroft
Sissinghurst, Kent 2011
Relay, Core Gallery, South London 2010
And So It Begins…, Cluny Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne 2010
THE NORTH, Free Range, The Truman Brewery, London 2010
THE NORTH, Newcastle Fine Art Degree Show, Newcastle University 2010
Truth To Material, The Long Gallery, Newcastle 2009
Around The World in Eight Students, The Long Gallery, Newcastle, 2008
Tarset, The Long Gallery, Newcastle, 2007 and 2008