Honor Ash b. 1997

Lives and works in Norwich, England

 

Affiliations

Special Dispensations, Director & Curator, 2021 - present [link]

99 Club, Senior Production Coordinator, 2018 - present [link

Ninetales Collective, Producer & Facilitator, 2016 - present [link]

University of East Anglia, Music Centre Administrator (Maternity Cover), 2021-2022

Elmer Projects, Music & Sound Art Coordinator, 2017-2018

London Queer Artist Network, Founder, 2017 [link]

Association for Performance Art in Berlin e.V., Internship, 2017

Grüntaler 9, Berlin, Internship, 2017

 

Performances

Reading the Rights of the River Wensum, with Hugh Lupton, Charlotte Arculus and XR Red & Blue Rebels, Wensum Park, Norwich, April 30th 2022 [watch]

Deconstruction of 'Dark Object Hyperfinanced Into Scum, Scum, Obviously, In Its Own Way, A Centre', with Gem, OUTPOST Studios, Norwich, April 24th 2022

Improvised Stylophone Drone, Voodoo Daddy's, Norwich, 15th March 2022 [listen]

Drawing in Response to Collaborative Musical Improvisation, Plank, with Eastern Ear, 16th November 2021 [link]

114V Interprets Richard Nixon's Resignation Speech Through Dance and it is working as intended [listen], Elegant Horse, Imagine That, The Betsey Trotwood, London, September 4th 2019

Trust Fall, Queer Spectra Arts Festival, Commonwealth Studios, Salt Lake City, UT, 25th May 2019 [info]

114V Performs Burlesque to the Sound of London Bridge Station Announcements, Two Halves at Four Quarters, Four Quarters Peckham, London, September 19th 2018

Dissonance, hot4you, descArtes, London, June 8th 2018 [info] [listen]

wentworn ov feelist erd reptround ov wentworn fassiendic synepseu, University of Westminster Fine Art Mixed Media Degree Show, Ambika P3, London, June 1st 2018 [info]

Tryst, there is such a thing as going too far, University of Westminster, May 18th 2016

This is a Public Work, You Break It, You Buy It, University of Westminster/online livestream, December 14th 2015 [watch]

Preparation Piece, online livestream, 7th December 2015 [watch]

Exhibitions

Inner-City: Out of Place, Stay Connected VE, online exhibition, 2021 [link]

Catalyst, with STOA Collective, online exhibition, 2021 [link]

Exachomol, Custom House Civic Community Hub, London, 2020

Queer Spectra Arts Festival, Commonwealth Studios, Salt Lake City, UT, 2019

A Toss Up on Both Sides as part of the Ninetales Fall Party, The Five Bells, London, 2018 

University of Westminster Fine Art Mixed Media Degree Show, Ambika P3, London 2018

T⅃Ǝꟻ TI WOH, A3.09, solo exhibition, London, 2018

Winter Festival Exhibition, Queen's Park Nomadic Gardens, London, 2017-18

Open Studios, University of Westminster, London, 2017

Embodiment Now, Loft @ Croydon Arts Store, London, 2017

Super Shop, A3.09, London, 2017

but i'm not getting bored, London Gallery West Project Space, London, 2017 

hot4you, descArtes, London, 2017

Creative 508, 508 gallery, London, 2017

everyday is a day too long, Electric House, London, 2017

there is such a thing as going too far, University of Westminster, 2016

You Break It, You Buy It, University of Westminster, 2016

 

Event Production

With Ninetales Collective
Show & Tell, The Rumsey Wells, Norwich, weekly from July 2021 - May 2022 [info]

Nebula WIP, Leslie Ewing-Burgesse, as part of Show & Tell, The Rumsey Wells, Norwich, 2021
Elegant Horse, Imagine That, The Betsey Trotwood, London, 2019 [info]

Kitchen 2, Peckham Rye KFC, London, 2019 [info]

Ninetales Fall Party, The Five Bells, London, 2018

Ninetales Collective Presents: The Upper World & f r i e n d s, Winchendon Hill Farm, Aylesbury, 2018

Ninetales Collective Podcast & Anthology Launch, Elmer Projects, London, 2018
Two Halves at Four Quarters, Four Quarters Peckham, London, 2018 [info]

Other Events

Mixed bill stand-up comedy, with 99 Club, London, daily from June 2018 - ongoing

Roots, UEA Choir & Symphony Orchestra, with the University of East Anglia Music Centre, St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich, 2021

Equanimity Island Launch Party, with 5:18 Magazine & Enterprise Innovation Solutions, The Five Bells, London, 2019

T⅃Ǝꟻ TI WOH, A3.09, London, 2018 [info]

Super Shop, with FC Izaac, A3.09, London, 2017 [info]
Embodiment Now, with London Queer Artist Network, Loft @ Croydon Arts Store, London, 2017 [info]
everyday is a day too long, with Gem, Electric House, London, 2017 [info]

Street party in celebration of David Bowie, as Honor Louise, Brixton, London, 2016 [link

Curation

Special Dispensations, Norwich Playhouse, 2021- ongoing [info]

T⅃Ǝꟻ TI WOH, A3.09, London, 2018 

Embodiment Now, with London Queer Artist Network, Loft @ Croydon Arts Store, London, 2017 

Super Shop, A3.09, London, 2017

everyday is a day too long, Electric House, London, 2017 

 

Publications

NoGlum Issue 3, NoGlum Magazine, 2021 [buy]

Four Drawings for a Restless World, Honor Ash, 2021 [buy]

float, Honor Ash, 2021 [buy

Tin Can Radio, Hannah Whyte, online radio station, 2020 [listen]

LOFTy Thoughts, Croydon Arts Store, 2020 [buy]

OUT/WITH, Honor Ash, 2020 [buy] [read]

Disgusting Existence; A Ninetales Anthology, Ninetales Collective, 2018 [buy] [info]

Dissonance, Honor Ash, 2018 [read] [listen]

Superconnectivity:- considering the impact of the internet on text in art, Honor Cooke, 2018 [abstract] [read]

Power, Honor Ash, 2016 [buy

 

Writing

Song of Ungrounding - Selhurst Railway Station, Platform 2 (Excerpts), Ninetales Collective Blog, 2021 [read]

float, 2021

it is working as intended, 2019 [read] [listen]

Dissonance, 2018 [read] [listen]

Superconnectivity:- considering the impact of the internet on text in art, as Honor Cooke, 2018 [abstract] [read]

Power, 2016

every thought i ever had, 2016 [listen]

 

Press & Media

Wensum Park gathering celebrates rights of the river by Maya Derrick, Norwich Evening News, 2022 [read]

Editors Note by Dom Sellars, with Ninetales Collective, NoGlum Magazine Issue 3, 2021

OUT/WITH by Josh Philpott, Ninetales Collective blog, 2020 [read]

Kitchen 2 Review, with Ninetales Collective, 5:18 Magazine, 2019 [read]

David Bowie: The Last Five Years, Dir. Francis Whately, 2017 [info]

David Bowie dead: London street party celebrates icon 'as he would have wanted' by Christopher Hooton, Independent, 2016 [read]

David Bowie fans pay tribute with mass sing-along in Brixton, The Guardian, 2016 [watch]

David Bowie's Life Celebrated at London Street Party in His Childhood Neighborhood: 'Bring Instruments' – and 'Most Importantly, Love,' Say Organizers by Nina Biddle with Monique Jessen and Nick Maslow, People, 2016 [read]

David Bowie London street party remembered music legend 'as he would have wanted' by Rhian Lubin, The Mirror, 2016 [read]

Education

University of Westminster, BA (Hons) Fine Art Mixed Media, 2015-2018, First Class Honours