Juliet Middleton-Batts


Juliet Middleton-Batts



Juliet’s practice is research-led with excavated traces interwoven into experimental, creative processes. Memory, gender and the archive are recurring themes, with a desire to look beyond the surface and uncover forgotten or invisible histories of people and place. She folds the past with the present to create a junction between personal recollection and social history, in order to produce an apposite presentation of narrative.

Juliet’s contemporary modes of representation create a distinct visual language in a dialogue between the dualities of analogue and digital, with a multi-medial approach that includes moving image, audio and print. She has exhibited in London and the South West and her site-specific installations have been presented in some unusual spaces, including a lighthouse, telephone box and slaughterhouse, with works that inform and delight in equal measure.

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Exhibition History

May 2015House on the Hill, Elliot Terrace, Plymouth
Jan 2015Convergence, artspace101, Plymouth
Nov 2014Out of the Box II, Noformat Gallery, London
Sept 2014Badge of Honour, Ashburton Art Festival
July 2014St Ives, Revisited, CafeArt, St Ives
May 2014Out of the Box, Bath Fringe Festival
May 2014Lost Senses, Plymouth Arts Centre
January 2014Beyond Reflection, artspace@57, Devon
September 2013Art@Yarner, Yarner Woods, Devon
June 2013Plymouth University, Fine Art Degree Show
May 2013PULP, RK Burt, London
March 2013Artspace 4, Plymouth University
March 2013Platform 1, Trerise Gallery, Plymouth
October 2012Artspace 101 'Curating the Curators', Plymouth University
May 2012IN-FLUX, 22, George Place, Plymouth
March 2012Artspace 101 'The Way We Work', Plymouth University
February 2012Artspace 101 'Speed', Plymouth University
October 2011Phases of Transition, Plymouth University
May 2011IN-SIGHT, Plymouth University
February 2011VIS-IT, Plymouth University
September 2010Duchy Square Gallery, Devon
August 2010Contemporary Art Tavistock, Devon
May 2010Saltash College Show