School/Division:Arts and Creative Industries / Film and Media
Simon Terrill is an artist and lecturer. Working with photography, sculpture, installation, drawing and video, his work investigates relations between architectural spaces and their received narratives, public and private identities, and the idea of the crowd as a tool to examine architecture, identity, community and a performance of self. He work has been exhibited internationally in museums and public galleries including National Portrait Gallery, London; Royal Institute of British Architects, London; Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne; Ian Potter Museum, Melbourne; QUT Art Museum, Brisbane; Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide; Vitra Design Museum, Germany; Nunnery Gallery, London; National Trust Ernő Goldfinger Museum (2 Willow Road), London; Royal Academy, London: Kunsthall Oslo; Sutton Gallery, Melbourne; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, amongst others. He has been the recipient a number of grants, residencies and awards including The Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship, Acme Studios Residency and grants from Arts Council England and Australia Council for the Arts. M.33 published a monograph on his work titled Proscenium in 2011. Currently he is a Somerset House Studios Resident.
Simon teaches theory on BA Photography
Associate Researcher: Centre for the study of the networked image http://www.centreforthestudyof.net/