Laura Wilson

Wilson was born in Belfast and studied at Central Saint Martins, London. Wilson makes sculpture, installations, drawings, video and performances. In 2010 she was awarded the Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship, which enabled her to further investigate her interest in the global history and culture of brick making and laying by travelling to China, Peru, The Netherlands and Belgium. Recent exhibitions and events include Pattern for a Dark Lantern, Camden Arts Centre, London (2013); Brick Project, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2013); 800 Lights, Turnhout, Belgium (2012); OUTPOST Members Show, Norwich (2012); Header Stretcher Soldier Sailor Shiner Rowlock, Vitrine Gallery, London (2011); Portrait of Space, Clonlea Studios, Dublin (2011); Field Broadcast, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2010); Horse of a different colour, Siobhan Davies Studios, London (2010); Preludes and Nocturnes, Dalston New Library, London (2010).