Mitch Vowles

Mitchell Vowels’ work utilises the dialog of performance in art. Explored through a wide range of mediums, the work is intuitively constructed around pre-existing objects and their inherent or subjective meaning, drawing lines between consumerism and class. The work plays with self referentiality but fundamentally attempts to broaden artistic comment and condition.

Mitch Vowels (b. 1994, Enfield) lives and works in London. Vowels received his BA (Hons) Fine Arts from the Chelsea College of Arts. Recent presentations of his work include Extended Call Pt.3, Subsidiary Project, London (2018); Absinthe, James Capper Studio, London (2018); An idea for a scene in a uk gangster film, Take Courage Gallery, London (2018); Megalopolis, Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix Galley, London (2018); and Reset,Espaciovertice, Madrid (2018). In 2018 Vowles won the Jonathan Harvey Aware at Acme Studios.