Patio Project sees independent curator Georgia Stephenson bring to life degree show sculpture proposals that haven’t been able to be realised due to Covid lockdown.

Working with 2020 graduating artists, she will programme a series of sculptural works from graduate students from across the UK, to be displayed at her home in South East London.

Selected artists will receive £200 each to help realise their piece which will be installed for a fortnight at the curator’s home on bespoke “patio plinth”.

Available to view at a social distance, with slots bookable via appointment, visitors will be able to experience the works of art students who were unable to showcase their degree show pieces otherwise.

All necessary Covid H&S regulations will be adhered to in line with government guidance; including 1m distancing and hand sanitiser available on site.

Patio Project          
Open Call for graduating artists of 2020
independently curated; hosted on my patio and funded by the Freelands Foundation Emergency Fund.

Selected artists:
Hannah Lim (Edinburgh College of Art)
Irini Bachlitzanaki (Royal Academy)
Winnie Hall (Chelsea College of Art)
Flora Bradwell (Slade School of Art)
Eleanor McLean (UCA Farnham)
Katherine James (University of Leeds)
Dylan Esposito (Glasgow School of Art)
Jordi Clotet (Chelsea College of Art)


1. Hannah Lim – The Forbidden Gates (2020)

2. Irini Bachlitzanaki – Prickly Pears in the sun (2020)

3. Winnie Hall – 99 Shell (2020)

4. Flora Bradwell – Hungry Boots (2020)

5. Eleanor McLean – Dreams of Flying (2020)

6. Katherine James – Lace Armour (2020)

7. Dylan Esposito – Beating Around The Bush (2020)

8. Jordi Clotet – Works from Atrapat Collection (2020)