Amba Sayal-Bennett

[ b. 1991 ]

Lives and works in London. Her practice has been exploring processes of abstraction (maps, writing, diagrams etc.), looking at what they signal and silence and what ontologies they enact or what worlds they perform. Sayal-Bennett received her BFA (2012) from Oxford University and her MA (2013) in The History of Art from The Courtauld Institute. She was awarded her PhD (2018) in Art Practice and Learning from Goldsmiths and is currently studying Sculpture at the Royal College of Art. She has published her practice-based research with Tate Papers. Group exhibitions include ROYGBIV, Kate Werble Gallery, New York, 2018, Some Places Exist Only Once, Schimmel Projects Art Centre, Dresden, 2018 and Carousel, The Koppel Project Central, London, 2019. Her solo shows include Plane Maker, Carbon12, Dubai, 2017 and Deft Nodes, Lundgren Gallery, Palma de Mallorca, 2016.