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Alastair is a UK based artist whose work examines spatial perception and how our interactions with natural, built and imagined environments affect how we view those spaces over time.

Working with various forms of drawing and photography, Alastair seeks to design, create and document spaces in which the acts of construction and destruction are simultaneous and concomitant.


Born                          Doncaster, UK, 1988


2014 /2015                 University of Newcastle upon Tyne

                                   Art Museum and Gallery Studies MA, Distinction


2008/ 2012                 University of Newcastle upon Tyne

                                   1st Class Fine Art BA (Hons)


2010/ 2011                 Die Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Munich

                                   Klasse Stephan Huber, Sculpture


2007/ 2008                 Barnsley College

                                   Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Distinction


Selected Exhibitions


April/ May                  Invisible Cities 

2015                          The Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne


July/ Oct                     The Open West

2013                           Newark Park, Gloucestershire

                                   Cheltenham Art Gallery/ Museum, Cheltenham


July                            Pause: London

2012                          The Rag Factory, London


June                           Pause: Newcastle

2012                           Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne


April                            Terminalia 1&2

2012                            Hangar 51, Newcastle upon Tyne


Sept                            The Jerwood Drawing Prize

2011/12                      Jerwood Space, London/ National touring exhibition


Jan                              Stop/ Look

2011                            Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Munich


Nov                             Stanza

2009                           Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne


March                         Conflict – BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead



Permanent Collections

The British Museum: Prints and Drawings Collection               Public Collection, London, UK


David Paisey Collection                                                            Private Collection, London, UK

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