Sian Gledhill

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"Conversations", Aren't - The Alternative Guide to the National Gallery,

"Shipping Forecast" / "Omnibus", Radiophrenia 2015, Radio and Online,


"Sound Mirror", Folkestone Fringe 2014, Folkestone

"So Lonely", Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh


"Offline Print Fair", Embassy Tea Gallery, London

"Neither Here Nor There", Morden Hall Park, Morden, London


"The Quiet and the Still", Transmission Arts,  Free103point9 Online Radio, USA

"Multiplied Art Fair 2012", Christie's South Kensington, London

"Boat Radio",  Transmission Commission, Folkstone Fringe

"L.H.O.O.Q.E.R.II",  The Queen Charlotte, Ramsgate, Kent

"Show RCA 2012",  Royal College of Art, London

"Second Show",  Café Gallery, Southwark Park, London


"A Future Pump House: Ideas, Thoughts and Plans",  Pump House Gallery, Battersea

"If Not Now TV",

"Art: Free For All",  Alexandra Palace, London

"RCA Interim Show",  Royal College of Art, London

"First Show",  Café Gallery, Southwark Park, London

"RCA Secret",  Royal College of Art, London


"RCA Secret",  Royal College of Art, London


"Urban Wildlife",  Queens Wood, London

"Good News",  Alexandra Palace, London


"Take A Walk In The Park",  Queens Wood, London

"Tidy Art",  Alexandra Palace, London



"Casual Ties",  RCA Printmaking Box Set, 2012

"23 Components For A Book",  RCA Printmaking Publication, 2012



MA Fine Art Printmaking

Royal College of Art, London, 2010 - 2012

BA Hons Fine Art

Middlesex University, London, 2000 - 2003

Foundation in Art and Design

Middlesex University, London, 1999 - 2000


Using items of nostalgia, ephemera or personal archives I stage the re-encountering of the familiar. I am interested in the defunct, the obsolete and redundant forms of storytelling. By retracing and reanimating a lost moment in time I seek to open up new dialogues with a place and its history.

Through performance and film I conduct playful interventions. Evoking the style of moving postcards, the works are a slow meditation on an image. Anonymous and oblique, often the work does not exist until the sound and image come together, inferring new narratives and associations around the ‘thought’.