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Katie Tindle is a contemporary artist, writer and educator living in London, originally from the North East of England.

Her practice is based in poetry, multimedia installation, and web technologies. This work centres on wellness and illness, and the industries borne out of their perceived dichotomy. Her multidisciplinary, creative research practice is concerned with medical technologies, feminist thought and data justice. Tindle curates under her full name, and under the pseudonym G.George, establishing the Listening Booth online sound archive and collaborating with artists and collectives such as ArtLacuna, 12o, KO projects, RadioAnti and isthisit?. Tindle’s curatorial practice focuses on democratisation and demystification of art spaces.

She is a member of artist collective In-grid, established during residency at arebyte Gallery, London in 2020. She has shown work in London based spaces Artlacuna (2019, 2018), Cave (2018), Slam KX (2016), Campbell Works (2016, 2013), and further afield at Sticks Gallery, Portsmouth (2016), BLAM, Los Angeles (2016) and online with O Grupo Inteiro, Brazil (2016). She has facilitated workshops at Central Saint Martins and at Tate Modern, in association with QArt, an organisation which aims to demystify and diversify fine art and art criticism. She currently volunteers website support to the data justice organisation Our Data Bodies.

Tindle has an BA hons in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, UAL, and is currently completing her masters in Computational Arts at Goldsmiths, UoL.

Archive site

Exhibiton History
In-grid.io residency, Arebyte Gallery, London, June/July 2020
TropicalLab, Lasalle, Singapore, July 2020 (postponed)
Can everyone see my screen?, Online w/ Goldsmiths University, May 2020
PushPopRepeat, Goldsmiths University, London, January 2020
[S]; Rhythms in ArtLacuna, ArtLacuna, London, December – January 2019 
Turned on, ArtLacuna, London, July 2018
Aunty Freeeze, Cave, London, October 2018
Female Trouble, Drakefell Road, London August 2017
‘These Boots Are Made For Walking, cover versions’, Isthisit? Gallery, Online Gallery, March 2017
So, what is it that you do exactly?, SLAM KX, London, July 2016. Credited as G George Arts.
Elastic Mediums, Campbell Works Gallery, London, July 2016. Credited as G George Arts.
The Listening Booth ; Collection 2, Online gallery, Spring 16 – Autumn 16. Credited as G George Arts.
Invitation to Participate, Group Exhibition. Sticks Gallery, Portsmouth. April 2016
The Listening Booth @ Radio Anti for Art Licks Weekend, in collaboration with 12 o Collective’s Trading Places project. October 2016
Degree Show One. Group Exhibition. Central Saint Martins, London & LaBeouf Rönkkö & Turner Collaboration. May 2015
Metaphonica, Central Saint Martins. 13th March 2015
Prints @ Tin Cafe, London. 12 March 2015 – 17th April 2015
[In]Visible, Shape Gallery, London. 23 Oct 2015 – 17 Jan 2015
Semes Spacial Campbell works gallery, London, 13-23rd June 2013. Curated by Katie Tindle, Harriet Murray and Niel Taylor.
Crossings, Byam Shaw Elthorne Road Studios, London, 23rd May 2013. Group Curated.
Print, paint and collage Lauderdale House, London, February 4th, 2013 – February 18th, 2013. Curated by Amber Rowe.
Poster Production Portman Gallery, London, 6th -14th December 2012. Curated by Dean Kenning
New in the Neighbourhood. Residency at The Handyside Canopy, London, 3rd May 2012. Group curated.

Online
Looking at Painting Instaresidency, May 2015
Katie Tindle in conversation with Jeff KO for KO projects: https://www.koprojects.com/#!ggeroge/qsysd

Katie Tindle in Conversation with Lizzie Masterton:
https://girllovezine.wordpress.com/2016/02/13/the-listening-booth-katie-tindle-on-her-latest-project/

Looking at Painting Instaresidency, May 2015
LaBeouf Rönkkö & Turner Collaboration Press:
https://showstudio.com/project/central_saint_martins_fine_art_graduate_show_2015
https://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/may/27/shia-labeouf-collaborates-london-art-students

In Print
Looking at Painting Volume 2. Spring 2016

Looking at Painting Volume 1. Autumn 2014

Curatorial History

[S]; Rhythms in ArtLacuna, ArtLacuna, London, December – January 2019 
Turned on, ArtLacuna, London, July 2018
The Listening Booth ; Collection 2, online gallery, Spring 16 – Autumn 16
The Listening Booth, online gallery, Winter 15 – Spring 16
Guest Curator, Semes Spacial, Campbell Works Gallery 2013
You Are Here, in collaboration with Anthony Davies of May Day rooms. Central Saint Martins University, and Colorama Cinema, London 2012
Crossings, Byam Shaw Elthorne Road Studios, London, 23rd May 2013. Group Curated.
New in the Neighbourhood. Residency at The Handyside Canopy, London, 3rd May 2012. Group curated.

Bursary awards and Grants

ArtSlant 2014 showcase winner
Winner of Balman Gallery Bursary 2012


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