MA Contemporary Photography; Practices and Philosophies – Central Saint Martins, 2019
Gabrielle works with photography, video, and sculpture. Her work is focused on the uncanny, on domesticity, and on the home environment. Her research focuses on topics centred on women artists and domesticity. She is represented by Made in Arts London and has pieces held in private collections across the UK..
Awards and residencies:‘NCL LDN’, group show, Long Gallery and Ex Libris, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, 2019; ‘Show one: Central Saint Martins’, group show, London, 2019; ‘Habitat’ (funded by Creative Unions), collective work, Central Saint Martins, London, 2018; ‘Beyond’, residency, Allenheads Contemporary Arts, Hexham, Northumberland, 2018; ‘Appetite’, group show, Apiary Studios, London, 2018; 'Thinking through Photography', workshop with Abbas Zahedi, London Transport Museum, London, 2018; ‘Studio Complex with Central Saint Martins’, group show, Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, London, 2018; photography activities leader, St Mungo’s, London; portrait salon, group show, Embassy Tea Gallery, London, 2016; portrait salon, group show, Reminders Photography Stronghold, Tokyo, 2016.
“My practice has developed during my time at Central Saint Martins to explore the way that the familiarity of the house can be used to express discontentment with domesticity and the home environment; with focus on a woman’s role in the home. The home can be one of comfort, yet it can also serve as an alienating environment, containing elements of unease, which is something that has fascinated me for some time.”