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E catherine.anyango@rca.ac.uk 

Represented by the Riflemaker Gallery, London: http://www.riflemaker.org/s-catherine-anyango

Tutor in Visual Research, Royal College of Art, 2006 - present.

Education Advisory Board member House of Illustration 2010 - present

Research Huawei Design Collaboration, (2015) International research and knowledge exchange collaboration with Huawei Aesthetics Research Centre.

EDUCATION

University College London 2006 - 2007
(Masters in English Literature: Issues in Modern Culture)

The Royal College of Art 2004 - 2006 (Masters in Visual Cmmunication) pass with distinction

Central St Martins 2001 - 2004 (BA Hons) - First Class Honours Central St Martins 2000 - 2001 (Foundation) -Distinction 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

The Itinerant Illustrator, Bangalore, Dec 2014
Outline, Moscow, July 2014
Waste Not, Want It, London Design Festival, Bloomberg Space, London Nov 2014

Vanity and Shame live, Riflemaker Gallery & NOPI, July 2013
Ensuite (solo show) ROCA London Gallery 3-20 Apr 2013

Cartographies of Life & Death, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Mar - Apr 2013

Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands, British Library May- Sept 2012

Crying out Loud Guest Projects, London May 2012
A Room for London, through 2012, Queen Elizabeth Hall
 

Tell Stories, London Design Festival September 2011
The 43 Uses of Drawing, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Sept-Oct 2011
RCA Black, Royal College of Art, London Sept 2011

XXXX Magazine on the Big Screen Plaza, New York
Trajector Art Fair, Art Brussels April 2011

Circuit, London Fashion Week, Rus- sian Club Gallery, Feb 2011

Adventures in Comics, Marine Studios, Kent, Feb 2011

That’s Novel: Lifting Comics from the Page, London Print Studio, Oct - Dec 2011
Voyeur, Art Basel Miami, Dec 2010

Adorn, London Design Festival 2010, Sept 2010

ViDea3. Rassegna di video art al femminile, Fondo Regionale d’Arte Contemporanea, Salerno, and University of Siena, Ferrara. Oct - Nov 2009

The London Book of the Dead, National Film Theatre, London Feb 2009
 

Propaganda for the State of Love, V&A, London Dec 2008

Domestic Dystopia (solo show) Moscow Short Film Festival, Moscow, Nov 2008

Corporeality, Myth, Music and the City, Crypt Galleries, London, Aug 2008

On The Edge of Life, Bath International Music Festival
Circus Performance V: This must be the best of all possible worlds, Circus Gallery, London, March 2006 Oriki – A Celebration of Contem- porary African Art and Culture, Black Cultural Archives, April - July 2006 Object:React, ICA, London,2006

 

CURATING


Crying out Loud Guest Projects, London May 2012

Tell Stories, London Design Festival September 2011

DRAW: Turning Thoughts into Lines, Royal College of Art, London April 2010 

SELECTED TALKS/CONFERENCES

Her Indoors: Identity, Surveillance and the Everyday, Glasgow University Jan 2015

The Art of Horror, Edinburgh Festival, Aug 2013

Granta Art Salon: The Future of Illustration, June 2012

Falmouth MA Illustration Open Forum 2013: The Graphic Novel

This is just the beginning: The new voices of African culture, Internazionale Festival, Ferrara, Oct 2011

For which we have forgotten to ask”: The Birth and After-life of Fiction, The Joseph Conrad Society’s Annual Interna- tional Conference, July 2011

INK: An exhibition exploring the rich and curious history of ink, UCL, Nov - Dec 2010

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Obsession, Varoom Magazine Winter 2014

Visualising the Verbal: Graphic Novel adaptations of Literary classics, ed Stephen Tabachnick. McFarland 2014

Six Weeks of Hell, Varoom Magazine, June 2013

Salt: a Love Story, Under the Influ- ence magazine issue 12
Heart of Darkness, Self made Hero 2010

Crying out Loud, Petrel 2012

The 43 Uses of Drawing, Rugby Art Gallery & Museum

Shoreditch Unbound, Steven Moffat and Steven Dray,
ISBN 978-0956969408, 2011

Internazionale magazine, December 2011, special
fiction issue

English Literature for the IB Diploma, David James and Nic Amy, ISBN 1107402239

Sexymachinery Issue A – Super Rep- lica, 2008
Useless Magazine, Issue 05, April 07