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The Arctic Circle Residency

August 2024

I have been invited to take part in a residency on an Arctic expedition, a Special Circumnavigation, Art & Science Expedition, with the organisation, The Arctic Circle. Established in 2009, The Arctic Circle brings together international artists of all disciplines, scientists, architects, and educators who collectively explore the high-Arctic Svalbard Archipelago and Arctic Ocean aboard a specially outfitted expedition vessel. The residency provides a shared experience for its participants to engage in the myriad issues relevant to our time and to develop professionally through fieldwork and research, interdisciplinary collaborations, exhibition opportunities, and public and classroom engagement.


Recently, I have been studying the destructive effects of deep sea mining. The full environmental impacts of this practice are still hard to predict, but they’re likely to be highly damaging, both within and beyond the areas being mined. The minerals being mined by corporations such as manganese, nickel and copper, are also materials that I use in my ceramic practice. Svalbard is showing the effects of climate change faster than other areas on the planet and I feel it is crucial to document this from a creative viewpoint.


Clay in Conversation 7: Connection

March 2024

I was invited to present a talk for the seventh edition of Clay in Conversation which runs in partnership with the Ceramics Research Centre-UK (CREAM), University of Westminster.

These curated conversations provide a platform for presentation, dialogue and discovery, bringing together a diverse range of artists with a practice using clay and ceramics. Each conversation centres on a specific theme - acting as a lens through which the artists will present a piece of work or project. The conversations offer the opportunity to dig deeper into the work, exploring it formally, materially and conceptually, from the perspective of the artists themselves.

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New Geologic Epoch Publication

November 2023

I am delighted to be included in Ecoartspace's book 'The New Geologic Epoch'.  


For this exhibition, member artists/scientists illuminate the transformations that have led us to the current human epoch, now referred to as the Anthropocene. 

The New Geologic Epoch presents work relating to or commenting on geological transformations in the land including commentary on previous works by Earth or Land artists. The works reference our evolution leading to the precarious situation we find ourselves in today with massive scarring of the planet's surfaces due to mining and the impacts of the built environment with the development of dams, bridges, roads, and sprawling urban cities. Works include a wide range of media with drawings, watercolors, collage, textile, sculpture, ceramic, painting, photography, sound, video, film, installation, performative, and eco-remediation. 


The New Geologic Epoch captures the shifting baselines in the landscape, which over time have become the new normal.

ThroughObjects Article

October 2023


"Narratives of Time culminates in the alchemical embrace of an anagama kiln firing in Devon. After being woodfired, Harriet’s pieces become an offering to the elements that birthed them, merging with the essence of fire and ash, thus completing the circle of creation and surrender."

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Cill Rialaig Project Residency

I was awarded the Cill Rialaig artist residency in April 2023. I spent time concentrating and drawing on the coastal seascape of the unique location, creating a new body of work. The access to the coast and the opportunity to exchange ideas with other artists away from the stresses and strains of London was the perfect foil for my creativity.

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Japanese Residency
Shiro Oni Studios, Japan, 2022
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Anagama Firing Devon 2022
A ten day anagama and soda firing with Nic Collins and Sabine Nemet


Wilderness Festival 2022
The Potters Den - Ceramic Workshops
Community Sculpture, Clay Slip Painting and Ceramic Masterclasses


Exhibition - Nature Inspired
ThroughObjects - October 2021
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Award Nomination
September 2021
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The Design Museum-
The Power of Material

July 2021


Our Living Ocean 
July 2021
Exploring ocean diversity on our Atlantic shores with marine biologist Danial Moore 


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Feature in FAD- 
From Nature Exhibition 

February 2021
Written by Paul Carey-Kent 


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Ocula Magazine- 
From Nature Exhibition 

January 2021
Written by Paul Carey-Kent 


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