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Tetley's Associate Artists' Programme (TAAP) 2021-22

For 2021-22, the successful TAAP artists are: Zoë Carlon, Jem Clancy, Benaiah Matheson and David Sowerby.

As part of this year-long tailored programme, these four artists will receive mentoring, training, development and artist studio space hosted at The Tetley. Read more about the artists below.

Zoë Carlon

Zoë Carlon

Zoë Carlon’s paintings draw inspiration from spaces that are both public and private. She is interested in spatial conditions that create a sense of solitude and the peripheries of transitory space. She works from both observation and memory, exploring surface, depth, figuration and abstraction within the process of painting. Zoë lives and works in Wakefield. Selected recent exhibitions include From Cellar to Garret, South Parade (London, 2021),  Prosaic: Generous, Globe Arts (Slaithwaite, 2020), Club Editions, Index Festival (Leeds, 2019), Cole’s Gallery (Leeds, 2019), The Art House Micro-Commissions, The Art House (Wakefield, 2019) and The Near and Elsewhere, South Square Centre (Bradford, 2018).

Jem Clancy

Jem Clancy

Jem Clancy is an aspiring visual and movement artist based in Leeds passionate about dance and art as a means towards communication and connection. She is particularly keen to embrace and promote diversity and inclusion in process and product. Most recently she has been experimenting with film and digital illustration, winning the KAT award for her debut animation Lights, Camera, Action at the Together! 2020 Disability Film Festival. Her latest commissions include Dance in an Envelope with Company of Others, Get Through It with TINArts and Expressions 2021 for Northern Ballet. All three inclusive and collaborative projects use art and movement. She is also part of the BEYOND Artist Development Scheme hosted by Pyramid of Arts.

Benaiah Matheson

Benaiah Matheson

Benaiah Matheson is a multidisciplinary artist whose work is based on a simple statement – BƎ YOU ALWAYS. From this personal commandment and invitation, he has pursued his interest in continuous line drawing, of which he has developed his own unique style. The resulting artwork is often abstract yet playful.

Benaiah also has a namesake clothing brand that features his own symbolic alphabet and is an intersection of everything he is curious about – art, utilitarian workwear, food, fitness, music and family heritage.

From his studio he works on a wide variety of canvas sizes, opting to use ergonomic, hand-held tools as his primary materials for creation. Benaiah is based in his hometown of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

David Sowerby

David Sowerby

David Sowerby is an Anglo Armenian artist born in Iran, and based in Leeds. He graduated from Coventry University, studying BA Fine Art in 1995 and then an MA in Creative Curating at Goldsmiths College, London in 1998. His current practice is a contextually centred sculptural process using found material, as well as the leftovers from paid labour to create surrogate bodies in the form of casements. Sowerby’s materials are his data sets which, through sympathetic and responsive modes of fabrication, he manifests into existential sculptural dialogues. Since 2017, Sowerby has exhibited in seven shows, four of which were solo presentations. His solo exhibition, the idles that habit forms (2017) was reviewed for the online northern contemporary art platform, Corridor8, by Professor Derek Horton. In 2019, Sowerby was shortlisted for the Left Bank Leeds Art Prize.