Flora Bowden works across drawing, printmaking and sculpture to explore how histories of time are recorded, remembered and reconstructued. She is interested in questions of permanence, instability and the reproduction of the image; and she asks how meaning is forged, destabilised and reimagined in different contexts and moments. Her recent work explores the development of the theory of deep time in 18th Century Scotland, the visual language of it, and how this might exist or be repurposed in contemporary culture.



Education
2015 – present  PhD Royal College of Art
2008 – 2009     MArch. (with Distinction), University College London
2002 – 2005     BA (First Class Honours), Middlesex University

Selected Exhibitions
2017                Daybreak, Safe Houses, London
2016                S:Future, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art
2016                Image/Archive, Royal College of Art
2015                Creekside Open, APT Gallery, selected by Richard Deacon
2014                V&A Digital Design Weekend, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
2014                Good Enough is Good Enough, Deptford X Contemporary Art Festival
2014                Line and Value, Up Down Gallery, Ramsgate, UK, curated by Cedric Christie
2014                Day Job, Indra and Samia Gallery, London
2014                V&A Hackney Wick Take Back, Swan Wharf, London
2013                Vitis VInifera, Shaklewell Lane, London
2013                Big Deal No. 5, Q Park Cavendish Square, London
2013                Urban Dialogues, Red Gallery, London, curated by 3FF
2013                Q Park Chinese Open, Spring Place, London, curated by Bid Deal
2012                100, Spring Place, London
2010                Falling/Fooling, Lower Borough Walls Gallery, Fringe Arts, Bath, UK
2010                Bargetopia, The Drawing Room Gallery, London Festival of Architecture
2009                Curiocities, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
2006                Southwark Ideas Competition, London Architecture Biennale
2004                Jerwood Drawing Prize, Touring Exhibition, UK