claire peckham 

Claire Elana Peckham is an artist-writer born in Seattle and based in London. She works with critical, creative and autobiographical writing, and images. Her work is concerned with the dynamic relationship between opposites, and the transformative potential in the negative space/connective tissue that binds them.

Claire earned her BA in English and BFA in Photomedia from the University of Washington in 2015, and her MFA in Fine Art from the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford in 2018.

Selected exhibitions & publications

Medium of disappearance: an essay about self-portraiture & absence in 21 letters. Outskirts: feminisms on the edge, May 2019

ready ghost below. Group exhibition, Ruskin School of Art, June 2018

[untitled photos from a trip alone to Scotland]. Art Review Oxford, 2018.

Mothers in the Hallway. Iris zine + Flutter Studios Seattle, 2016.

Perspective of Disappearance.
Alien Mouth, 2016.

Whispering Gallery. Hound Literary Journal, 2015

Paris, Italy. Juried group exhibition, 4Culture Gallery, Seattle. 2014

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