About

 

I am an interdisciplinary visual artist from the UK with BA (Hons) and Masters degrees in Contemporary Creative Practice and Fine Art. Also former assistant to artist and Andy Warhol Superstar, Ultra Violet. 

My practice is often formed from narratives of the body within social, cultural, political and personal frameworks. I work primarily, but not exclusively, with mixed media and lens-based media.

Historically, my work has extended to covert, live 'non-performances' that lay somewhere between performance art, activism and street art. Documentation of these happenings are intentionally not included on this website.

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Instagram: www.instagram.com/amandaburns.art 

 

 


 

 

February 2017, Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, UK

Femfest '17

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October 2014, Q-Park, Cavendish Square, London, UK

Group show. We Could Not Agree

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June 2013, Cultivate, Vyner Street, London, UK

Group show. The Cultivate Summer Flower Show

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February 2013, Cultivate, Vyner Street, London, UK

Group show. Yeastie Girls

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November 2012, Tate Britain, London, UK

LABEL: Family Old, Family New, Who Am I?

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August 2012, Tate Modern Oil Tanks, London, UK

​​1 of 150 worldwide artists in Tracey Moberley's Tweet-Me-Up installation

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July 2011, Temple Works, Leeds, UK

Group Show. On The Edge Arts Festival
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September 2010, Kymara Gallery, Maine, ME, USA

Group Show. Jayne County's Mad Tea Party, Sex! Art! Music!

 

 

April 2010, Norwood, New York, NY, USA

Video screening as part of a showcase of short films running alongside Tribeca Film Festival

 

 

April 2010, Chelsea Hotel, New York, NY, USA

​Group Show. Jayne County's Mad Tea Party, Sex! Art! Music!​

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​October 2007, Light Night (Group event) Streets of Leeds, UK

One Night Only live covert guerrilla happening on store fronts.

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June 2007, Interim (Goup show) Old BBC Broadcasting House, Leeds, UK

Video installation

Awards and Grants​​​

2006, Arts Council England

​2007, Arts Council England

 

Exhibitions