Ella Husbands is a Brighton-based artist whose work explores notions of disrupted perception.  She often combines videos and objects to immerse the viewer in a distorted environment. Her work is connected to her current experience with chronic fatigue syndrome and centres on a sense of movement and pattern.

 

Education:

  • 2017 BA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins, London

  • 2012 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Northbrook College, Worthing

Upcoming Exhibitions:

  • 2018, Graduate Monthly, The barge, Brighton

Group Exhibitions:       

  • 2018 Pop-Up Brighton: Bring Your Own Beamer, The Old Market, Brighton Digital Festival, Brighton

  • 2018 Origins + Journeys, ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community, Juried Online Exhibition

  • 2018 Dry Yer Eyes, Big Man, Workspace Dunfermline, Scotland

  • 2018 Artist Takeover Silo, Silo, Brighton

  • 2018 Being Together Is Not Enough, Five Years, London

  • 2018 The Whole is Other (Than the Sum of its Parts), ONCA, Brighton

  • 2018 HIX Award Exhibition, Coutts Bank, Strand, London

  • 2018 Call That Art , Old Parcels Office, Scarborough

  • 2017 HIX Award Exhibition, HIX Art, London

  • 2017 Making ‘it’ Work, Open House, Brighton

  • 2017 Degree Show One, Art, Central Saint Martins, London

Awards:

  • 2018 Zealous Emerge Art Prize, Shortlist

  • 2017 Hix Award, Runner Up

Publications:

  • 2017 Aesthetica Magazine (Artists’ Directory issue #78)