Eleasha Addicott

Exhibitions

Exhibitions that I’ve featured in or curated

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It’s Not Fashion, It’s Art

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It's Not Fashion, It's Art


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Artist


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September – October 2020

This pop-up shop was my first opportunity to exhibit some of my artwork in London. Fashion designer Manon Planche collaborated with interior designer and curator, Emily Eby, to create a pop-up shop of her garments that were supported by the art of female artists and creatives. I am so honoured to have been selected to be a part of this experience and it’s one I’ll always remember. My floral pieces were chosen to be in this exhibition, “Everything Merges with the Night”, “The Garden”, and “Pink Self Portrait”.

One Step into the Realm of the Real

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One Step into the Realm of the Real


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Artist & Curator


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February, 2020

This exhibition was my second curated exhibition outside of my university projects. I collaborated with seven other artists who allowed me to curate their work in relation to the themes of reality and fantasy. The concept of this exhibition was to explore where we draw the line between those themes and how they intertwine. The location of this exhibition, The Crypt Gallery in Norwich, was also beneficial to the space because the church interior allowed the themes to merge well.

The Big F

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The Big F


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Curator


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December, 2019

“The Big F” was my first exhibition after being selected to be apart of the university Curation Team. The concept of this exhibition explored “failed artwork” and how each artist perceived their submission to be a failure (such as dead end or didn’t work out in the way they wanted to). This exhibition opened up the questions of what it means to fail in art and how we can build on these perceptions.

Anything You Can Do, I Can Butcher

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Anything You Can Do, I Can Butcher


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Curator & Artist


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February 2020

“Anything You Can Do, I Can Butcher” was a staff-student show that followed the theme of manipulation by submitting a piece of work which would then get “butchered” anonymously by another artist. We chose this as a theme because it was interesting to provoke the question of ownership and value in art, and how by changing an original piece of work – does the value change? Who does it then belong to?