Josepa Gomis Munoz
Born in Reus, Catalonia. Moved to the U.K. in 1990.
English BA Hons. at Barcelona University
PGCE Teacher Training at Department of Education, Cambridge.
Art Foundation at Cambridge Regional College.
BA Hons in FINE ART at Cambridge School of Art.
MASTER OF FINE ARTS at Cambridge School of Art.
Currently at WYSING ARTS CENTRE in Bourn, Cambridge.
Changing Spaces – Habitat Building – 1009
Marshalls Airport – 2009-2010
Clare College Cambridge – 2011
Group Exhibition ‘Time Frame’ at the Leper Chapel, Cambridge – 2011.
Evanion project – British Library website – 2011.
Group Exhibition at Niche Cambridge – July 2011.
Group Exhibition at Redchurch Street Gallery, London – October 2011.
Solo Exhibiton ‘EXILI-TRENCAT PER LA LINEA DEL TEMPS’ (Exile-Fractured by the Line of Time) in Reus, Catalonia, December 2011, 75th Anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.
‘Text&Context’ in Cambridge, 2013 – ENDAVANT
QUERIMONIA BLUES – – Exhibited at Hill’s Road College and The Junction – As part of: www.artlanguagelocation.com
‘QUERIMONIA BLUES’ 2014 – Barcelona, Casa Orlandai – www.casaorlandai.cat
’12 TEXTS, 12 CONTEXTS, 12 DISCONNECTS’ Exhibition at Bank Street Arts on 12/01/13 in Sheffield.
‘Art For Democracy’ Exhibition (in aid of Ukraine) – Hitchin, 2014
‘MOUNTAIN LANGUAGE ON AIR’ Video projection and life performance workshop at Wysing Arts Centre.
‘JOCS FLORALS REVIVAL 2014’ – Cambridge Union Society, 2014.
EXPANDED STUDIOS PROJECT – ‘VOID’ – As part of Wysing Open Studios, 2015.
EXPANDED STUDIOS PROJECT – Collaboration between artists at Wysing and Nottingham primary. Exhibition at Nottingham Primary and Aid&Abet, Cambridge, February 2015.
DIS/PLACED IMAGES, FREED BY PROJECTION – Installation for Refugee Week ‘Dis/placed’ Exhibition at Shoreditch Town Hall, London, 2015.
OBJECTS FROM DISTANT LANDS – HIGGINGS MUSEUM, Bedford, in collaboration with BRASS Bedford. Refugee Week, June 21st-26th, 2016.
PLATFORMA ARTS EAST – Project in collaboration with artist Susan Turcott. Showcase Exhibition: TURNER CONTEMPORARY, Margate, Kent, July 2016.