Elizabeth Tomos is a multidisciplinary fine art practitioner, primarily working in the mediums of performance and installation. Tomos has exhibited across the UK including recent exhibits at Bankside Gallery, London as part of the ‘National Original Print Exhibition’, (2015); ‘Freerange’, London (2015) and ‘Redefining Print’ at Double Elephant Print Workshop, Exeter (2015). She recently exhibited a large scale screen-printing performance machine at the University of Northampton (2016) and been longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize (2017). For full details of exhibitions please see the CV section of this website.
Tomos is currently researching connections between printmaking and performance art practices. Particularly in relation to the ways in which knowledge and learning can develop through practices of embodiment.
Tomos has also lectured in Critical and Contextual Studies, as well as course leading two undergraduate Fine Art programmes. She has worked as an Academic Practice Tutor teaching academic and cognitive skills, writing and research methodologies across a range of programmes. She currently works as a Learning Designer for the University of Northampton supporting staff in developing their teaching and learning.
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