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CONTACT
claremitten@gmail.com

BIOG
Education
2006 MA Painting, Royal College of Art
2001 BA Hons Fine Art Painting, University of Gloucestershire
1994 BA Hons History of Art with French, University of Sussex

SOLO PROJECTS
Apr – May 2017 PLANTWORKS: A Factory As It Might Be, William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow. Funded by Arts Council England.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2017 A Table of Elements, curated by Graham Crowley & Julian Perry, Greystone Industries, Suffolk
2016 Da Vinci Engineered: Renaissance Mechanics to Contemporary Art, Zebedees Yard, Hull
2016 Complicity: Artifice & Illusion, curated by Rosalind Davis/Annabel Tilley, Collyer Bristow Gallery
2016 POMP, curated by Timothy Holt, Cat Maddon, Amy Turnbull, Safehouse 1 & 2, Peckham
2015 Landscape with Machines, curated by Meadow Arts, Coalbrookdale Gallery, Telford
2015 David Fletcher: The Carp of the Tench, with contributions by Clare Mitten, Louis Benassi and Paul Westcombe, Dorothea Schlueter Gallery, Hamburg
2015 Delta, Five Years, London
2015 Sex Shop, Transition Gallery, London
2014 Sex Shop, Folkestone Triennial
2014 Behold, The Ivy, London
2013 Mise-en-scène, curated by Cullinan Richards, Bermondsey Project, London
2013 With Torch and Spear: Constructing Collage, curated by Ian Dawson, The Winchester Gallery
2013 Creekside Open, selected by Ceri Hand, A.P.T. Gallery, London
2013 Discernible, Zeitgeist Art Projects, London
2012 Painting-Versus-Object, Standpoint Gallery, London
2012 Dangerous Curves Ahead, Bermondsey Project Space, London
2012 Collectible, Zeitgeist Art Projects, London
2011 Geometrickish, The Cello Factory, London
2011 Core Open, selected by Graham Crowley, Ali Sharma, Sarah Williams
2011 Jerwood Painting Fellowships and tour, Jerwood Space, London
2011 Pile, curated by Craig Fisher, Chapter, Cardiff,
2011 Analog, curated by Tot Taylor, Riflemaker, London
2010 Double Trouble, Blyth Gallery, London
2010 Artisterium, Karvasla, Tbilisi, Georgia
2010 A Curious Context, Lobby, One Canada Square, London
2009 Fault Line: Art in the Age of Anxiety, The Nunnery, London
2009 Breaking New, Five Hundred Dollars Gallery, London

AWARDS
2016 Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts, funding for ‘Plantworks’.
2013-14 Bow Arts Award
2011 Jerwood Painting Fellowships
2010 British Council Artist Residency, Tbilisi, Georgia
2008 British Council Artist Residency, Dhaka, Bangladesh
2005 Helen Chadwick Memorial Prize, RCA

PUBLICATIONS
Sculpture at Canary Wharf: A Decade of Exhibitions, ISBN 978-0-9563648-1-4
‘Copycat questions out of shared studio ideas’, p.60, Garageland, Issue 12: Fake
ANALOG trends in sound and picture, A Riflemaker Exhibition, ISBN 978-0-9563571-6-8
‘ANALOG trends in sound and picture’, Review by Sophie Arkette, Studio International, Feb 11
‘Big Picture’, a-n Magazine, September 2010 Issue
Fault Line: Art in the Age of Anxiety, Sarah Elson, Published by The Nunnery