The Kate & Gareth Griffith Scholarship in Quaternary Science Arts of Climate Reconstruction: An arts practice-based PhD exploring the use of fossils to reconstruct past climates.
Research responds to ongoing excavations at Gully Cave in Somerset, which are recovering rich assemblages of fossilised plant and animal remains within an area rich in Paleolithic and Pleistocene cave sites. Through ceramic and needlepoint sculpture, writing and artists books, this practice-based project seeks to view an essentially nonhuman dwelling place through a poetic or metaphorical lens of domestic interior and exterior spaces.
Supervised by Professor Danielle Schreve, Director of the Centre for Quaternary Research, and Professor Harriet Hawkins, Co-Director of the Centre for the GeoHumanities.
Bethan Lloyd Worthington is an artist who lives and works in London. Selected solo and group exhibitions include: Jerwood Makers Open, Jerwood Space the touring nationally (2019-21); Verso Nuovi Canoni (Towards New Canons), ICA Milano (2019); Oriel Davies Open, Newtown (2018); Windswept Baby, Victoria & Albert Museum, London (2018); Shell-Lit Siambr, Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury (2017); The John Ruskin Prize, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield (2017). During 2016-17 she was Ceramics Resident at Victoria & Albert Museum.
Ceramics & Glass, MA, Royal College of Art
2008 → 2010
Award Date: 1 Jul 2010