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Chris Dunseath

An established sculptor who exhibits nationally and internationally. His sculptures and drawings, influenced by science, are represented in various collections including Arts Council England.

My sculpture is concerned with a diverse range of concepts and is made out of a variety of materials including wood, stone, bronze and paper. The content has ranged from an interest in transformation and change to its current involvement with aspects of theoretical physics. I agree with the physicist Richard Feynman when he refers to the inadequacy of science to capture the marvel of our universe and for the need for art to help bridge the gap between the tangible and the intangible. 

Career path: Undergraduate at Cheltenham, Postgraduate at the Slade. Cardiff Sculpture Fellow. Churchill Travelling Fellow. Academician of the RWA. Fellow of the RSS.

Awards and bursaries: The Arts Council England, South West Arts, Welsh Arts Council and various University Research Awards. 2014 Winner of The Wilson Award, The Open West. 2013 Wells Art Contemporary, Prize Winner. 2007 Winner of the RWA Sculpture Exhibition. 2007 Prize winner, Millfield.

Formerly Associate Senior Lecturer in Sculpture, Coventry University & Visiting Lecturer at several Art Colleges including the Royal Academy Schools.

Collections: The Arts Council England; The Royal Collection; Acerman Foundation, New York; McDermott Collection, Dallas, Texas; Dame Stephanie Shirley; Priors Court School; The Met Office, Exeter; University of Leicester; Sandwell Council; Robert Redford collection, Sundance, Utah, USA; SPP Foundation, Washington State, USA; The Royal West of England Academy.


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