Plexus, RCA Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2019.
From left to right: Mother Tongue, 75x60cm; The Black Hole, 45x60cm; The Spiral, 100x150cm; Grandma, 100x67cm; The Door, 120x80cm; Archival Inkjet Prints on Baryta, mounted and framed.


Plexus, RCA Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2019.
From left to right: Grandma, 100x67cm; The Door, 120x80cm; Archival Inkjet Prints on Baryta, mounted and framed.


Plexus, RCA Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2019.
From left to right: The Black Hole, 45x60cm; The Spiral, 100x150cm; Archival Inkjet Prints on Baryta, mounted and framed.


Plexus, RCA Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2019.
From left to right: Cut, so we bleed the same shade of red, accompanying essay by Krasimira Butseva, A4 structured paper; Mother Tongue, 75x60cm, Archival Inkjet Print on Baryta, mounted and framed.


Plexus, Travers Smith Art Programme, Travers Smith LLP Meeting Room, London, 2019.
From left to right: The Spiral, 100x150cm; Mother Tongue, 75x60cm; Grandma, 100x67cm; Archival Inkjet Prints on Baryta, mounted and framed. | Photography by Gökhan Tanrıöver.


Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019, South London Gallery, London, 2019.
A Lament, 190x127cm, C-Print on Fuji Flex High Gloss mounted and Aluminium-Dibond, from The Origin of Touch. | Photography (bottom) by Andy Stagg.



Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds, 2019.
Exit, 100x66cm, C-Print on Fuji Chrystal Archive Gloss, from The Origin of Touch. | Photography by Jules Lister.

Intro:spective, Seen Fifteen Gallery, London, 2019.
From left to right (middle wall): First Touch, 60x40cm; The Bridge, 127x85cm; Seed, 60x40cm; C-Prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Gloss, from The Origin of Touch (Five works on the left side: Victoria Doyle; Work on the right side: Krasimira Butseva).  | Photography by Revolv Collective.


Hot Sheet, Downstairs at The Department Store, London, 2019.
God must be a Mother, 160x106cm, C-Print on Fuji Crystal Archive Gloss, from The Origin of Touch (Work on the right: Sohaila Baluch, Jake Kehar Gill).  | Photography by James Berrington.