Artists >> Dillon-Parkin Crow

As an artist and athlete, the physical body is central to everything I do. My work explores elements of embodiment and performativity, attempting to reintegrate the physical body with the whole self. I work across a range of disciplines and media to create an aesthetic response to the data I gather through research, and to engage with the articulation of lived experience from a feminist perspective.


2015 – MA Art and Science (Distinction), Central Saint Martins

2004  Certificate in Post-compulsory Education, University of Wolverhampton

1990 – BA Art and Design (Distinction), University of Bradford


2015 – ‘Infusion’, Embassy Tea Gallery, London
2015 -  ‘Judith Butler’s Three Hour Shred’ (performance), Sophia, Brussels
2015 – ‘Fluorescent’, Soho Open House Arts Festival
2015 – ‘Chelsea Salon’, Penarth Studios, London
2014 – ‘Crepuscular’, The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, London
2104 – ‘Interactions’, Old Truman Brewery, London
2014 – ‘Tomorrow, Today’, Bargehouse, London

Other Activities

2015  Presented on the Corpoqueer Practices panel at Unruly Bodies, Sophia, Brussels
2015  Presented ‘#BeingEmbodied’ at London LASER, University of Westminster
 Performative lecture ‘Hashtag Be Real’ at Talking Bodies 2015, University of Chester
 Presented ‘Bodies in Art and Performative Conversation’ at Dare to Do It Differently: Creative Methods in Gender & Sexuality & Public Engagement, Coventry University
Currently researching and writing ‘#thisgirlcan #bereal’ for the Talking Bodies 2015 publication.

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