Heidi Moxon is a practicing artist living and working in Bethnal Green, she has a studio at The Bow Arts Rum Factory in Wapping. She is also a practicing architect and runs an architectural design studio.
Moxon works between drawings, sculpture, and architecture, exploring the space between, where the boundaries blur and overlap. She produces objects that reference architectural morphologies and reﬂects on ideas of dialectics, take-away, function and the loss of it. Key to the artists practice are definitions of space and how one relates and perceives it.
More recently her work has been inspired by incidental architecture and notions of Metamodernism.
2015-18 Cultural Studies for Creative Practitioners, City Lit, London
2015-16 Developing Fine Art Practice, City Lit, London
Examination in Professional Practice in Architecture RIBA Part III, London Metropolitan University
PG Diploma in Architecture RIBA Part II (Distinction), London Metropolitan University
BA(Hons) Architecture, University of Greenwich
Art A Level, Art History A Level, D’Overbroeck’s Tutorial College, Oxford
2018 Final, Open Studio, Bow Arts, The Rum Factory, London
2017 Morley College Exhibition, London
2016 Ctrl. www.ctrl-groupshow.co.uk, Spitalfields Studios, London