— Rebecca Huxley is an artist, researcher and curator living in London. 


Forthcoming September - November 2018

Huxley, R. 'Observable Universe', Footnotes, Oficina de Disseny, Barcelona
'Placed either at the end of the page, a chapter or a book, footnotes affect the body of a text without being within it. From the margins, footnotes operate as powerful tools to unwrap and expand a key concept, context, give space to a shadowy information, to expose a methodological approach, highlight a discovered source, acknowledge an external contribution, set the limits of a text, redirect the reader, and more. By inverting the figure-ground relation, we aim to give space to material that keeps haunting our research projects from the outside.'

Logistical Nightmares, Goldsmiths Reader. Accompaniment to FUTURELAND film.

FUTURELAND, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam and the Dutch Pavilion, Venice Biennale. Collective film project.

Group Shows
27 September to 1 October - MA Research Architecture Degree Show, Goldsmiths, London, UK
15 September to 4 October - In Search of Darkness, Grizedale, UK. Generously supported by Lush Project Fund.

Group Shows
25 to 27 May - Lumen: Cosmic Perspectives, Ugly Duck Gallery, London, UK
19 May - Not Quite Light, Saint Philips Church, Salford, UK
15 to 16 May - UNESCO International Day of Light Exhibition, Morgue Gallery, Chelsea College of Art, London, UK
27 April to 04 May - Stellar, with Black Hole Club, Vivid Projects, Birmingham, UK
19 to 21 January - Lumen Residency Exhibition 2017, Crypt Gallery Euston, London, UK
01 to 07 December - Lumen, Bankley Gallery, Manchester, UK
17 to 20 August - Eclipse, Greenman Festival, Brecon Beacons, UK
13 August, Lumen Residency 2017, Atina, Italy
07 to 09 July - Bluedot Festival, Jodrell Bank Observatory, UK
06 July - Ivana Kupala, Phytology, London, UK
22 March - Kosmica, Paris, France
18 March - Aries on the Horizon, British Science Association, Lincolnshire, UK
03 to 05 February - Lumen: School of Light - Ugly Duck, London, UK
25 to 26 November - La Fine dell’Universo - Crypt Gallery, London, UK
13 November - Dronica, The Old Church, London, UK
06 to 09 September, Creatures of the Night, Shrinking Spaces, Swansea, UK
05 to 07 August - Electromagnetic Field, Guildford, UK
21 June to 7 July - VOID, St John on Bethnal Green, London, UK
26 May - Astronomical Light, Stour Space, London, UK
05 May - Minor Delay, Lumen Studios, London, UK
07 April - BYOB, Lumen Studios, London, UK
2008 - Axis Festival, Staffordshire, UK
2006 - Degree Show, Chelsea College of Art & Design, UK
2005 -‘Geo2’ at the Geological Institute of Budapest, Hungary
2004 - Slightly to the Left - Chelsea College of Art & Design, UK

Solo Shows
2011 - Infinite Immensity of Translation, Flaxman, Staffordshire University, UK

2015 - Present - Lumen Studios, Co-Director

UAL Enhanced Postgraduate Student Fund
Lush Charity Pot

SHINE Arts Award
NEPN Award - Dark Skies/ Blue Skies
Artlicks Award
Manifesta 8 Award, The European Biennale of Contemporary Art, Murcia, Spain

Vivid Projects
British Science Association
Bluedot Festival
Greenman Festival
Creatures of the Night, Shrinking Spaces, Swansea, UK
Electromagnetic Field, Guildford, UK
2008 - Axis Festival, Staffordshire, UK

Residencies (co-curated)
August - Lumen Atina Residency, Italy
July - In Search of Darkness, Grizedale, UK
August - Lumen Atina Residency, Italy
July - Lumen Castel Gandolfo, Italy

Chelsea College of Art
Royal College of Art
MA Art and Science, Central Saint Martins, London, UK
Kosmica, La Colonie, Paris, France
Space Studios, London, UK
Lodz Festival of Design

22 June - Print the Moon, Photofusion, London
3 November - Print the Moon, Phytology, London, UK
11 April - Print the Moon, Netil 360, London, UK
14 December - Print the Moon, Netil 360, London, UK
The Big Draw, Campaign for Drawing, Staffordshire, UK
2008 - 2011
Participatory Workshop Artist for Urban Vision and The Cultural Sisters, West Midlands, UK

I am artist in Lumen, an art and science collective based in St John on Bethnal Green Church, a 19th century building designed by Sir John Soane. Our studio is located in The Crypt, a unique cavernous space which we use throughout the year to curate talks, seminars, science fairs, exhibitions and other unique events. We work with a number of high profile organisations including Impossible Project, The Art of Dining, British Science Association, International Space University and more in the realm of art or science, on commissions, seminars and exhibitions.
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Nine years experience producing and curating project, talks, content across art, design and digital. Clients: Tate, GREAT, London Design Biennale, London Design Festival, Digital Shoreditch, Manchester International Festival, Barbican Centre, Unilever Foundry, Visa Collab, Ogilvy & Mather Group, BMW, PwC.