Our 2019 Artist Residency has been awarded to Liverpool based artist Gregory Herbert, who will be joining us this autumn to develop new work in response to the area and context surrounding Paradise Works. Gregory is the third Paradise Works Artist in Residence and will join us to share his residency work over Open Studios 2019, Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October.
Gregory Herbert (B.1990) lives and works in Liverpool. Herbert is a former Director of The Royal Standard and currently studying MA Fine Art at Manchester Metropolitan University. Herbert’s recent exhibitions include ‘The Cucumber Fell in the Sand’ at Humber Street Gallery, Hull (2019); ‘Oikos Logos’, a collaborative show with Hannah Rowan and Matthew Verdon at Enclave Lab, London (2018); ‘Mesocosm’ at The Trophy Room, Liverpool (Solo Show, 2018); ‘Building your potential ecosystem, Part 1: who are you potential ecosystem partners?’, a collaborative project with Matthew Verdon at Serf, Leeds (2017); ‘Phase-shift’ Montreal, Canada (2017); and Coventry Biennial, Coventry (2017). Herbert co-curates a project entitled ‘The Offy’ with Linny Venables which looks at selling merch to sustain an artistic practice.
Find out more about previous Paradise Works Artists in Residence: