Adam Chodzko speaks at the British Academy and exhibits in Hull

Adam Chodzko, 2017. Photo by Clay Barnard Chodzko


On March 13th, SMFA Senior Lecturer in Fine Art and acclaimed award-wining contemporary visual artist, Adam Chodzko, joins Cornelia Parker OBE, RA and Bob and Roberta Smith, RA for a panel discussion of former British School at Rome artist award-holders as they reflect on the impact of their time in Rome on their subsequent careers. Chaired by celebrated art historian, writer and curator Dawn Ades, the event Inspiring visual art: a view from Rome takes place from 6.00pm-7.30pm in London – more info here

From April 1st, Adam Chodzko also has work in group exhibition Offshore: Artists Explore the Sea at Ferens Art Gallery and Hull Maritime Museum, until 28th August and Sounding the Sea Symposium 15 – 16 June. This major new exhibition, part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, is curated by Invisible Dust and will include new and existing works by internationally-renowned artists. It examines people’s relationship to the oceans as a source of food and energy, a dumping ground for waste and the reference point for many of our most haunting and significant myths.  Through a range of media these artists pose questions about our connection to and use of the sea. Invisible Dust has developed relationships between some of the artists with marine biologists and ecologists from OxfordSouthampton and Hull Universities. Being informed and influenced by the science is providing new stimulus to the artists’ ideas.  More info at

Exhibiting internationally since 1991, Adam Chodzko works across media, from video installation to subtle interventions, with a practice that is situated both within the gallery and the wider public realm.