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CV : SM CV July 2016


As an artist, I am interested in the extremes of human experience, subconscious imagery, altered states and ritual. My work is created from my photography and observation and as well as found imagery, which I develop into works of imagination through drawing, painting, digital manipulation, printing and video production. Due to its composite nature, the imagery produced often has an element of ambiguity leaving it open to the viewer’s personal interpretation.


Stuart Mitchell worked in the UK creative industries for over 20 years. He relocated from London to South West England where he graduated, with a BSc(Hons) in Digital Art and Technology in 2007, studying with i-Dat at University of Plymouth. During his studies Stuart started working at Exeter Phoenix where he worked for a further seven years as Digital Media Coordinator enabling artists, local businesses and creative industry organisations with the production of digital arts projects, short films and commercial projects. During his time in Exeter, Stuart also freelanced as Production Manager at Animated Exeter and as Digital Producer with the artist collective Joy Experiment where he worked collaboratively with other visual artists, filmmakers, sculptors, musicians and dance choreographers. In March 2011 he relocated to Bristol where he was employed as Digital Editor at Situations, at the time part of University of West of England, and was responsible for the digital engagement programme surrounding Alex Hartley’s ‘Nowhereisland‘, one of the twelve regional commissioned arts projects for the 2012 UK Cultural Olympiad. Since 2012 Stuart has been concentrating on his own art practice and had work exhibited in the U.S. at Bertrand Delacroix Gallery in New York, Axelle Fine Arts Galerie in New York and Boston and in the U.K. at Bo Lee Gallery, London, View Art Gallery, Bristol, 20/21 British Art Fair at the Royal College of Art, London, and at Prema Arts Centre, Gloucestershire. He has also been commissioned by the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children as part of their Arts Commissioning Programme. Stuart currently works from his studio in Bristol.

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