Georgia Gendall is an artist and gardener living and working in Penryn, Cornwall. Often satirical, sometimes immersive and frequently inconclusive, her multidisciplinary practice both celebrates and critiques the relationships between failure and success, the practical and the creative, labour and the body, and their intrinsic and empirical relationship to the environment.
Selected shows include: Structures, Newlyn Art Gallery (2018), Nawki, East Bristol Contemporary, Bristol, (2017), Did You Pack Your Bag Yourself, Buggy Factory, New York, (2016), Gtg (debut solo show) (2016), The 90 Clifden Gallery, London (2016), Unannounced Acts of Publicness, Granary Square, London, (2015). Up Hill Down Hall, Tate Modern, London (2014). She is the founder of forcedcollaboration.org and currently a bursary holder for Penryn Arts Festival.