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  b.1997 Shauna Cribbin is a London based Artist whose practice includes sculpture, print, collage and sound. Navigating social class divisions and consequent systems of taste, Shauna employs the cultural signifiers of material and image to speak of her own identity. Her confrontational mode of visual representation has the surface and screen in continual flux, with emerging aspirational culture subconsciously relevant throughout. Shauna's work is influenced by Italian radical club interiors and music videos as she glamorises the mundane and elevates the everyday to celebratory heights. Bridging nostalgia with otherworldly aesthetics and futuristic modes of representation, her work elaborates on themes of escapism, aspiration and hope for working class women.

  EDUCATION  

 2016 - 2020   Slade School Of Fine Art - Bachelor of Arts   

 2018 - 2019   School of The Art Institute Chicago - Exchange  

 2015 - 2016  Central Saint Martins - Foundation Diploma  

 WORK / GRANTS /  AWARDS  

 Currently - Jewellery Maker and materials, Wolf and Moon  

 2023 - Poster design - Sex, Drugs, and Melting Poles, Camden Peoples Theatre Summer Season  

 2022 - Poster design - Camden Peoples Theatre Autumn Season  

 2020 -  Highly commended by Bedwyr Williams for Southwark Park Galleries 36th annual 'Best In Show'  

 2020 -  Chloé SS21 Window Displays, freelance prop maker  

 2020 -  The Bomb Factory Art Foundation 3 month summer residency programme  ​

 2018 -   The Spoonflower Project Grant, Chicago  

 

  SOLO SHOWS  

 October 2021 -  'Little bit of Sugar', The Bomb Factory Art Foundation, Archway, London  

  GROUP EXHIBITIONS  

 2024 - 'Open Call', Phony Art Collective, Gallery Lock In, Brighton

2023 - 'Works that never came to life', 3D WOMEN, Art Hub studios, London  

 2021 -  Slade School of Fine Art 150 show, London  

 2021 -  'The Fabootique', The Bomb Factory Shop, London  

 2020 -  'Final, not over', Unit One Gallery Workshop, London  

 2017 -  'Alls Well', The Crypt Gallery, London  

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