Genevieve Strong (b. 1995) is currently undertaking a PhD in History of Art at the University of Aberdeen. She achieved a Distinction for her MLitt (Masters) in Art History at the University of St Andrew's in 2020 where she was also awarded the O E Saunders Memorial MLitt Art History Dissertation Prize. She graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2019 with a BA in Fine Art. Her degree show work was selected for the Clyde & Co. Art Awards 2019/2020. Her past works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally, including the Tate Modern in 2018, the Creative Debuts headquarters in 2018, and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in 2017. In 2008 her artwork was exhibited for the first time at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London.



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Genevieve Strong is a conceptual artist from Northumberland. She investigates the tension between traditional and contemporary art practices through a juxtaposition of handcraft and digital processes. Her interdisciplinary practice has in the past included participatory interventions, performance, installation, textiles, ceramics and painting. Her aim is to subvert normative social constructs formed by the Capitalist Heteronormative Patriarchy so as to promote an unashamedly queer perspective. This has included addressing issues of production and reproduction, physical and emotional labour, gender, memory, mental health and the domestic sphere.


2019-2020, "Clyde & Co. Art Awards", St Botolph's Building, 138 Houndsditch, London.

2019, "Human Manifesto", Arts SU Space, Central Saint Martin's (King's Cross), London. Curated by Arts SU LGBT Society.


2018, "The Neoprotofeminist Show", The Black & White Building, 74 Rivington St., Shoreditch, London. Curated by Cream Athens and Creative Debuts.


2018, "Earthly Delights", Norman Rea Gallery, Derwent College, University of York, York.

2018, "Mythically Imagining King's Cross", Arts SU Space, Central Saint Martins (King's Cross), London. Curated by Beckie Leach.


2018, "Spillage: An interactive spillage of actions, objects, performances and events", Window Galleries, Central Saint Martins. Curated by BA Fine Art XD students.


2018, Tate Exchange: "Studio Complex with Central Saint Martins", Blavatnik Building, Tate Modern, London.

2017, "Queer Art(ists) Now", Archive Gallery, Mill Co. Project Space, Haggerston, London. Curated by And What? Festival.

2017, "I Will Hold Your Gaze", Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea College of Art, London. Curated by Lily Waite.

2017, Hypermigrationculture: "My Education is your culturation!", Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria.

2016, "CSM 3D / XD OPEN STUDIOS", Central Saint Martins, London.

2016, "SUARTS Earth Week eARTh", London College of Communication, London.

2015, "QEHS Journeys", Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham, Northumberland.

2014, "QEHS Power of Ten", Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham, Northumberland.

2008, "Royal Society of British Artist's National Students Exhibition", Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.