AUTHORS: Bram Arnold
Bram Thomas Arnold is an artist who started with walking and kept going, into performance, drawing, installation, writing and trans-disciplinary amalgamations of these practices.
He has performed widely in the UK and abroad, alongside artists such as Susan Hiller and Bobby Baker at Beaconsfield Gallery in London, and Emma Leach at Tate Britain.
In 2012 his practice took him as far afield as Uzbekistan, Georgia, Lithuania and Belgium where he participated in Sideways 2012 alongside long-term occasional collaborator Eleanor Wynne Davis.
In 2011 he commenced a practice-based PhD at Falmouth University and relocated there from London in 2012. His practice-based PhD focuses upon a walk he made from London to Switzerland in 2009 when he had his first solo show in London at Shed and a Half Gallery in Shoreditch.
He runs a weekly radio show on Source FM from his base in Falmouth where he blends his passion for the arts with an eclectic musical exploration of the world.