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Amanda Newall

Amanda Newall


Amanda Newall is an interdisciplinary artist and educator. Institutional posts include: The Royal Institute of Art Stockholm, Sweden, the Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Art at Lancaster University and a series of posts in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Newall’s practice includes socially engaged art, performativity, curating, pedagogy, humour and transnationalism.
Often incorporating interdisciplinary forms, including new media, costume, sculpture, performance and installation.

Exhibitions include: Austin Tea Rooms Sculpture on the Peninsula, Hotel Jaguar, Exposed Arts Projects London, The Nordic Biennial Momentum 9 ‘Alienation’ Norway. The Hoover Diaries film, tour of NZ. Other exhibitions include galleries in Aotearoa, Australia, America, South America and Europe. Grants and awards include: Recipient of the 2021 Olivia Spencer Bower art award (deferred to 2022 due to covid). Shortlisted for the Wallace awards and included in the touring show, shortlisted for the Rupert Bunny Award Australia, Swedish Arts Council funding, New Zealand Arts Council funding, STINT, IASPIS Sweden. Public presentations include: The International Award for Public Art, University of Paris 1 Sorbonne, ISEA Canada and Singapore, TATE Liverpool, Umea Academy of Fine Arts.