Selected work:

2023 Connected/ Breathe-In/ Becoming Probiotic/ Becoming Plastic (Scoby Sculpture), Wander_Land – a Royal Society of Sculptors group show, Tremenheere Gallery and Sculpture Gardens, UK

2022 Fox is growing bio-materials to make sculpture as the research continues with probiotic bacterial and yeast cultures (Scoby), microbial cellulose; and mycelium. These materials bio-degrade naturally and are non-toxic to life and the environment

2020-22 Current projects include researching Kefir (organic probiotics) in relation to the health of the human gut. Kefir is understood to support the immune system. Fox is interested the healing of ‘Leaky Gut Syndrome’ (LGS) with plant-based diets and probiotic supplementation. LGS as an underlying problem is increasingly gaining support in relation to many preventable conditions and diseases. A keen fermenter Fox has been making Kefir and other cultured foods since 2010

2020-21 Member of Foundwork (international contemporary artist platform).

2020 Music theatre and sculpture images published in Abstract: Contemporary Expressions. (US online publication)

2018 Peacekeeping; and The Filmmaker and The Organ Trader (parts 2 and 3 of Natasha – A triptych – new directions in opera) Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. Produced by Asking4It Productions. Music by composer Ashley John Long and librettos by Jane Fox

2015 Shelter (part 1 of Natasha – A triptych – new directions in opera), Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff. Produced by Asking4It Productions. Music by composer Ashley John Long and libretto by Jane Fox

2015-18 Developing the libretto Natasha – A triptych – new directions in opera with the composer Ashley John Long for Asking4It Productions. Libretto by Jane Fox

2014 Poem Journey to The Sheep Part Two commended in the Welsh Poetry Competition

2013 Poems Favourite Day and Love published in Bunbury Lit-Zine; issue 3 / Halloween edition

2013 Poem War published in Bunbury Lit-Zine; issue 2

2012 Poem May commended in the Welsh Poetry Competition

2012 Butcher heads / surgeons’ headgear; a Sculpture Cymru Group Show, Oriel Canfas, Cardiff, UK

2011 Butcher Produced by Asking4It Productions at Chapter theatre, Cardiff, UK. Music by composer James Flight and written by Susan Jickells and Jane Fox

2011 Poems Solar Plexus and Waiting published in Anthology, Welsh Poetry Competition, The First Five Years 2007-2011, edited by Dave Lewis

2011 Armistice edited as a poem with  colour plates of sculptural installations, performance stills and black ink drawings

2010 Poem Waiting awarded third prize in The Welsh Poetry Competition

2010 Black ink Illustrations for Armistice and Displaced

2009 Displaced script-in-hand performance, Chapter, Cardiff

2009 Writing for theatre Armistice and Displaced

2009 Black ink Illustrations for In The Dark written by Iwan Brioc (paintings by Megan Broadmeadow and Sally Mees)

2009 Armistice (sculptural form) for Fuse; a Sculpture Cymru Group Show, Oriel Canfas, Cardiff, UK

2009 Bones Will Be Broken series, New sculpture includes Armistice, Breast Plate (everybody needs a titty), Picton Castle Mortuary, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. A collaboration with Deborah Lewis and Sculpture Cymru Group Show

2008 Bones Will Be Broken, The Chapel, Castle Court Funeral Home, Pontypridd

Tik-tika  A collaboration with artists, writers and theatre makers from Romania, France, Portugal and Wales exploring The Lost Child in sensory labyrinthine experiences. Supported by Theatre Cynefin

2009 Tik-tika. The Welsh Strand. A night labyrinth, navigating by stars. Caerdroia forest, Gwynedd, North Wales A collaboration with theatre makers from IFACCT

2008 Tik-tika. The Romanian Strand. Experiments continue in a labyrinth travelling in a car through the city’s streets, The Ecological Museum and The Muzeul Taranului Roman, Bucharest

2008 Tik-tika the republic of the imagination. The Portugal Strand. Exploring The Lost Child through play in the labyrinth. Working with forty young people who have been excluded from mainstream education or have not recieved any state provision. Escola de Segunda Oportunidade, Matosinhos, Portugal

2008 Tik-tika playing beyond space and time, The Parisian Strand of an International Sensory Labyrinth. Exploring The Lost Child through play and the labyrinth. Working with children, parents and grandparents. Sacre Coeur school, Paris. Hosted by Artees Association, France

2008 Synchronicity, Heart, One of a series of exhibitions for International Womens Day 2008, Women’s Arts Association, Cardiff

2007-8 Dacs-Politics Pays Back, Images of political life in the UK and around the world, Film showing of Where Now (An eye for an eye and we’re all blind), Kowalsky Galley, Clerkenwell, London. In association with Royal British Society of Sculptors

2007 Poems Cold, Conflict, Sex and Solar Plexus published in The Literary Pocket Book Issue Two, Autumn/Winter 2007/8, Treorcy, Wales

2007 A short collaborative documentary film on homeless peoples’ experiences of County Council outreach services led by Cymorth Cymru and Ty Gobaith, Cardiff

2007 Real Writers’ Residency Programme, group exhibition exploring performative writing for film. Velvet Jacket, The Real Institute, Llanwrst, Gwynedd in collaboration with G39 Gallery, Cardiff

2006 Poem White Rabbit published in Routemasters and Mushrooms, An Earlyworks Press Poetry Anthology, Hastings

2005-7 Two years growing in a communal garden. A shared organic allotment where a small group of people grow vegetables, fruit, flowers and herbs together. The Heath branch of Cardiff Horticultural Society, Cardiff

2005 Tied A Literary Performance for film, a forest, Cardiff

2005 Incantations, Live and time based exhibition, Film showing of Gobble, Gobble, Cork Capital of Culture, Eire

2004 Raindance East Film Festival, Experimental Shorts Programme, Getting Ready, Never Ready Ever Ready (edited version) The 291 Gallery, Hackney, London

2003 Artists’ Survival Kits, Artists Against The War, Le Parlement des Arts, Strasbourg, France and Hotel Bellville, Waterloo, London and touring

2003 The Florence Trust Residency (one month), Islington, London

2003 Open Film Screening, Getting Ready, Never Ready, Ever Ready, The Whitechapel Gallery, London

2003 Precursor, Getting Ready, Never Ready, Ever Ready,The Century Gallery, Shoreditch, London. Funded and supported by ACAVA

2002 Experimentica 02, Live and time based event, Film showing of Getting Ready, Never Ready, Ever Ready, Chapter, Cardiff

2002-2003 A year long studio award, Hackney, London researching and making Getting Ready, Never Ready, Ever Ready and other artist films. Awarded and funded by ACAVA (Association for Cultural Advancement Through Visual Art)

2002 Arcadia in the City, Closet, Commission for English Heritage, Site-specific sculptural intervention, Marble Hill House, Richmond

2001 Secret, Annual fundraising postcard exhibition, The Royal College of Art, South-Kensington, London

2001 MA show, Intimate Immensity, Cradle, Besieged and Cloud, The Royal College of Art, Sculpture Department, Battersea, London

2000 Underground Movement Commission, Forget YourPerfect Offering 1 and Altar, Site-specific sculptural installations, Feeringbury 1X, Feeringbury Manor, Colchester

2000 MA Interim Show, Forget Your Perfect Offering andCherries, sculptural installations, The Royal College of Art, South-Kensington, London

2000 A collaborative fundraising Commission of paintings for children in Brazil, The Brazilian Embassy, Park Lane, London

2000 Sculptural Commission, Charred, The Food/film festival, The Tabanacle Gallery, Nottinghill, London

1999 New Contemporaries 99, On tour, Site-specific sculptural installation Commissions. Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool and South London collaboration with SLG, Milch and The Beaconsfield Gallery, London Untitled, Liverpool and Unrequited, London

1999 The Slade Degree Show, Keeping On, Site-specific sculptural installation, The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London

1998 Angels and Crypts, (performance) Highgate Cemetery, London

1998 Dislocation Fragmentation, (performance) Hampstead, London

1996 A Big Deal At The Big Issue, Slade students’ group show, The Big Issue HQ, Clerkenwell, London

1995 Painterly, (a collaborative mixed media performance) The Bloomsbury Theatre, University College London

1995 Families 57, (drawings) The Bloomsbury Theatre, University College London

1994/93 Gwynedd Open, (painting) Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead, Ynys Mon, Gwynedd

1992 Beaumaris Open, (painting) Ynys Mon, Gwynedd

1990 Bangor Open, (painting) Museum and Oriel, Bangor, Gwynedd

Education and other Work

1999-2001 MA Sculpture (dissertation distinction), The Royal College of Art, London

1995-99 BA Fine Art Sculpture 2:1, The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London

1982-85 BSc Psychology 2:1, University College Cardiff

A registered nurse, midwife and health visitor

A BSAC sports diver. Currently diving with Cardiff Sub Aqua Association


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