Ladina Clément currently attends Edinburgh College of Art. She is completing her final year of Sculpture BA (Hons).
Her practice combines sculpture with video and photography, often containing an element of performance or engagement. Her multi-faceted approach questions human behaviour and actions; probing into social, cultural and religious happenings. The physical and digital work, the three-dimensional and two-dimensional, the past and present intertwine; they are products of one another. The viewer has an imperative role within her conceptualisation. Clément employs an element of humour as a way of instigating and promoting participation, hoping to welcome more diverse audiences into the gallery space.
BA(Hons) Sculpture, Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh 2015 - present
Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, CCW (Chelsea, Camberwell, Wimbledon), UAL 2014 - 2015
The Salon, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh 2018
Experimental In Nature, Solo display, Edinburgh College of Art, 2018
Running Up That Hill, St Margaret's House, Edinburgh 2017
A Private View, Solo show, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh 2017
Can Someone Pls Teach Us How To Curate, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh 2016
Drawing Seagulls Into Orbit, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh 2016
Foundation Diploma Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London 2015
Awards and Publications:
Average Art Magazine, March & April 2018 Issues
A5 Magazine, March 2018 Issue
Wotisart Magazine, February & March 2018 Issue
Drawing prize, CCW (Chelsea, Camberwell, Wimbledon), UAL 2014