Ashleigh Bowmott is a Curator, Artist, Educator and Researcher.
Across her practice she is interested in art as a catalyst for connection and perspective exchange. Conversation, food and sociability frequently make up her playful, caring engagements with politics, identity, housing, and possible futures. Much of her work has been site-specific and participatory, collaborating with citizens to explore and shape their surroundings.
Ashleigh is a member of the artist collective Tracing the Pathway. She has also worked with Geraldine Pilgrim Performance Company, Milton Keynes Arts Centre, the National Taiwan Craft Research Institute, the National Railway Museum, and Nuuk Kunstmuseum. She has recently been a guest lecturer at Grays School of Art and an associate lecturer at the University of Chichester.
She has recently completed her PhD research exploring the potential of more-than-human collaborators in artistic practice.
Ashleigh is based in London.