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Artist CV

Laura is a sculpture and installation artist and founding director and curator of Studio KIND. in Braunton. 

Laura's most recent project, Reciprocal Space Residency in collaboration with Lee Mok Yee was funded by Connections Through Culture grants from the British Council

Solo Exhibitions

Compost, The Plough Arts Centre, Devon, 2023

A Strange Land, The Plough Arts Centre, 2019, Devon 

The Other in Sympathy, Lobby Space, 2017, London

Liminal States, Unit10 Bristol, 2016, Bristol

37 Degree Cycle, Art in the Launderette, Bubbles, 2016, Kent


Let Us Imagine All Beings, Things and Persons Reverting to Nothingness, Curious Gallery, 2014, Eastbourne



Duo/Trio Exhibitions

Dissonance, with Kelly Franks curated by Blanco Gallery, Winn's Gallery (William Morris Gallery), London, 2023

efface:trace, with Sharon Haward, Gallery DODO (Phoenix Art Space), Brighton, 2023

Fragmented Parts, Mental Debris, with Fergus Channon and Miles Lauterwasser, Lewisham Arthouse, London, 2023

Ebb + Flow, with Fergus Channon, AMP Gallery, 2022, London

Transitions, with Mina Fouladi and Lauren McNicoll, Cave Pimlico, 2022, London


Reciprocal Space, virtual residency and exhibition with Lee Mok Yee, funded by British Council Connections Through Culture Grants

Drawing Room, by Building Nine Collective, Plymouth Art Weekender, Plymouth School of Creative Arts, 2017, Plymouth  

I Love To Smell The Flowers But I Can't, Laura Porter and Kim Taylor, The Edwardian Cloakroom, 2016, Bristol


Vivarium, Laura Porter and Kim Taylor, The Control Room, 2015, Bristol


Group Exhibitions

Surging Silence, Hypha Studios, 2023, London

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Willesden Gallery, 2023, London


Church/Factory, Dilston Grove, Southwark Park Galleries, 2022, London

Improv, APT Gallery, 2022, London

Incomers & Insiders, Bay View Gallery, 2022, North Devon

Unstable Ground, Studio KIND. 2022, North Devon

Brick Walls & Glass Ceilings, 2022, Wilson Road, Camberwell, London 

Economy of Materials, Camberwell Space, 2022, London (part of the Economy of Materials research project led by Tina Gverović)

That Art Exhibition, Espacio Gallery, 2022, London

Material Matters, Sunny Bank Mills, 2021, Leeds

Past, Present, Future, The Plough Arts Centre, 2020, Torrington

Craft, Thought Foundation Gallery, 2020, Birtley

Terra Nostra, Kaleidoscope Gallery, 2019, Sevenoaks

Affordable Art Fair, Thought Foundation, 2018-2019, Newcastle

St Margaret of Antioch commission, Heritage Lottery funded exhibition at Left Bank Leeds, 2018, Leeds

Make Space alongside Woman's Hour Craft Prize, Bristol Museum, 2018, Bristol

Gender and Sexuality, The Island Gallery, 2017, Bristol

Broomhill National Sculpture Prize, Broomhill Sculpture Garden, 2016-2017, North Devon

Imagined Worlds, various locations around the South West, 2016-2017

Fringe Arts Bath Festival, 2016, Bath

The Plymouth 'Other' Open, Devonport Live Arts Venue, 2015, Plymouth


Apples for Everyone, Tottenham building, 2015, London


Bentliff Art Prize, Bentliff Gallery, 2015, Maidstone


The Collyer Bristow Graduate Award, Collyer Bristow, 2014-2015, London, Curated by Day + Gluckman


Futures, Truman Brewery, 2014, London,


The Future Is Leaving, Degree Show, Middlesex University, 2014, London.  


PAUSE, Beaconsfield, 2014, London


STATE, The Atrium Gallery, 2014, London


Broaderlines, The Atrium Gallery, 2012, London


The Performance of a Machine, The Atrium Gallery, 2012, London


Project: Reciprocal Space Residency, British Council Connections Through Culture funded project with Lee Mok Yee

Micro-commission: The Material Will be Quiet Yet Alive, commissioned by Queen's Hall Digital, 2021, in collaboration with Lydia Porter

Micro-commission: Hyperlocal micro-commission by Arts and Culture Exeter, 2020, Devon

Bursary: Time, Space, Money, A-n bursary, 2020

Set Design: The Plough Youth Theatre, collaboration with Emily Megson, The Plough Arts Centre, 2018, Devon

Workshop: Make Space in association with Woman's Hour Craft Prize, Bristol Museum, 2018, Brisol

Finalist in Broomhill National Sculpture Prize. For the online catalogue click here

Winter In London album launch, video installation, Saunton Road Studios, 2017, Devon

Self-directed residency: Building Nine, 2016, Vienne, and 2019, Limoges, France

Solo residency:  On Display, Unit 10 Bristol, May 2016, Bristol

For the blog of the residency click here

Group residency:  Apples for Everyone, Tottenham building, 2015, London 

For the group blog of the residency click here




MA Fine Art: Sculpture, Camberwell (University of the Arts London), 2021-2022 (Distinction)

BA Hons Fine Art, Middlesex University of Art and Design, 2011-2014 (First class)

Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, University of the Creative Arts, 2010-2011 


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