Amelia Barratt
b. 1989, Reading, UK
lives and works in Glasgow

Education
2014-16 Slade School of Fine Art, MFA
2008-11 The Glasgow School of Art, BA Painting & Printmaking

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions 
2021, Librarian, Annotations II Study Room Commission, Drawing Room, London
2021, Dickon Drury featuring Amelia Barratt, Time flies like an arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana, Kendall Koppe, Glasgow

Selected Performances
2020, Closing performance for Gabriella Boyd: For days, Seventeen, London
2019, Flop to the Floor, Live Art Development Agency, London
2019, Stampede, Royal Academy Schools, London
2018, Oral Rinse 5 (in collaboration with Hannah Le Feuvre), SET, London
2018, Performance for Devlin Shea: Getting Closer, Drawing Room, London
2018, Smoking Inside, Penarth Street, London
2018, Museum Lates: Night London Council Radio, The Museum of London, London
2018, Art Licks 2018: On the 15th of May things were looking up, SET, London
2018, Tall Tales From An Artist-Led Space, Cubitt Gallery, London
2018, Temporalities: Third Anniversary of Chalton Gallery, Chalton Gallery, London
2018, Glasgow International 2018: Old Hair, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
2018, The Small Press Project: Sound  (programmed by Hannah Dargavel-Leafe), UCL, London
2018, Closing performance for Milly Peck: Pressure Head, Assembly Point, London
2017, Back-to-Back, SET, London
2017, Oral Rinse 4, The Hive Dalston, London
2017, Jude Browning & Emmie McLuskey: To write, to publish, to speak, to move, CCA, Glasgow
2017, Oral Rinse 3, SET, London
2017, This can only be thought of as a monologue within a dialogue (programmed by Suzanne Van der Lingen and Claire Walsh), ECA, Edinburgh
2017, Stampede, Royal Academy Schools, London
2016, Oral Rinse 2, Waterloo Action Centre, London
2016 Oral Rinse, The Crypt Gallery, London
2016 Platform 1, Bloomsbury Theatre, London

Selected Group Exhibitions
2021, OUT NOW, Uferhallen, Berlin
2021, Drawing Biennial 2021,
Drawing Room, London
2019, Artists I Steal From
, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London
2017, The Dark Wood, Transition Gallery, London
2017, All Day Breakfast: Selected Works on Paper, Reading International, Reading
2016, The Small Press Project, University College London, London

Awards and Residencies
2020 Annotations II Residency, Drawing Room, London
2016 Stanbury Scholarship
2016 UCL Arts & Humanities Dean’s List
2015 Alfred W Rich Scholarship