Twelve Tall Tales, Crafts Council, Hospital Club, London.
Designer in Residence, Design Museum, London.
Wales in Space, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea.
Crafting Narrative, Crafts Council, Pitzhanger Manor, London.
The Future of Fashion is Now, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam.
They Used To Call It the Moon, Baltic 39, Gateshead, Gateshead.
Designer in Residence 2015, Design Museum
Cosmic Colliery was commissioned by the Design Museum's Designer in Residence programme, which invited four designers to create new work which responded to the theme of 'Migration'.
This exhibition is currently open at the Design Museum until March 2016.
Crafting Narrative - Crafts Council, London
A commission for The Welsh Space Campaign, including a new and developed spacesuit, featured in Crafting Narrative, a Crafts Council Touring Exhibition guest curated by Onkar Kular.
Crafting Narrative explores how contemporary designers and makers use objects to tell stories. The exhibition focuses on practitioners who challenge and investigate the narrative potential of objects and making to convey and reflect on themes as diverse as history, culture, society and technology.
Featuring works by Åbäke, AugerLoizeau with Alan Murray, Carl Clerkin, Martino Gamper, El Ultimo Grito, Zhenhan Hao, Hilda Hellström, Hefin Jones, Onkar Kular, Noam Toran and Dawn Youll with new commissions by Cecilie Gravesen, Dash Macdonald, and Hefin Jones.
> Thanks to National Wool Museum Wales, Melin Teifi, Melin Tregwynt, Cambrian Woollen Mill, Christian Ryan, Rhodri Jones, Aron Jones, Elgan Jones, Geraint Morgan, Charles Duffy, Sian Pariy, Geraint Parfitt.
The Future of Fashion is Now - Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
The Welsh Space Campaign spacesuit and film feature in The Future of Fashion is Now, an exhibition at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, curated by Han Nefkens and José Teunissen.
The Future of Fashion is Now focuses on new visions and fresh designs by young fashion designers from all over the world. It seeks out designers with non-Western backgrounds and designers from the fringes of Europe, where until recently there was effectively no fashion tradition, who are actively looking to modernise the fashion system.
They Used To Call It the Moon - Baltic 39, Gateshead
A group show exploring the enduring presence of the moon and the rich iconography of space on the popular imagination of artists. With reworked stories and imagined realities, ideas and tropes from science fiction, mixed with conspiracy theories and an interest in fictional restaging, the exhibition illustrates differing global perspectives of the moon and reworks its prevailing image on our collective imagination.
They Used to Call it the Moon brings together artists from Pakistan, Croatia and the UK working in film, photography, sculpture and collage. BALTIC 39 will also provide a platform for ideas and discussion where scientists, environmentalists, astronomers, artists and writers will share their knowledge and experiences in relation to the future possibilities of the moon.