Lead printmaker to create the hand printed 41 metres of fabric used as sails on Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle by Yinka Shonibare MBE.
The ship is a 1:30 replica of Nelson’s flagship, HMS Victory, on which he died during the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805.
Commissioned for Trafalgar Square 4th Plinth, now on permanent display at The National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.
Fortune Tellers. Installation View at MoCA Shanghai Pavilion September to October 2016
Screenprint on neoprene, extruded aluminium, electronics, custom boxes, microcontrollers, speakers, 3 channels, voices sopranos, forecasts of the Shanghai Stock Exchange obtained through proprietary algorithms and astral chart, code.
Fortune Tellers at MoCA Shanghai Pavilion
Pianola roll screen printed with Gum Arabic.
Paccar Room, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
(19 March — 18 September 2016)
Commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company
Sound installation exploring the performative aspect of Othello's final speech through the work of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Paul Robeson.
Print technique development and final piece printing for the newest installation of Bulley's Tactus series.
Kaunas Biennial, Mykolas Žilinskas Art Gallery, Lithuania
(18 September — 1 January 2016)
Commissioned by Crafts Council UK and developed as part of a Leverhulme Artist Residency at the Printworks Trust
As part of James Bulley's residency at London Printworks Trust, Faye mentored and collaborated with James to develop the process of a textile print that would be durable and legible to a visually impaired audience.
Baby Florella was born June 19th, 1758. She was one of over 4000 children given up by their mothers between 1741 and 1760 to the Foundling hospital. A sample of cloth cut from her clothing or from her mothers was added to her record as future identification. Threads of Feeling is a new exhibition at the Foundling Museum documenting and exploring Florella’s fabric and numerous others, which today equates to one of the largest collections of 18th Century everyday textiles.
Working with The Foundling Museum, images of Florella’s fabric were used to recreate it into lengths of repeat. From the tiny sample to create 30 metres of hand-printed cotton which featured in the exhibition as a series of 18th Century garments and was available to purchase from the museum shop.
Sugar Dance as part of the exhibition programming of Out of the Ordinary : Spectacular Craft
This is one of three installations Faye supported - others being the cover of Crafts Magazine and an installation at Kaunas Textiles Biennial, Lithuania.
Large-scale wallpaper screen printed for Boyce’s multi-media installations at the Bluecoat, Liverpool and Spike Island gallery, Bristol
Central to Boyce’s practice is the act of working with other people in what she terms “improvised collaborations”, and here the artist has taken extracts from conversations with young parents, creating a visual and textual dialogue that speaks equally of young desires and insecurities.
Lead printmaker on the production of limited edition paper screen printed notes.
Used as part of a fundraising scheme for London Printworks Trust.
Featured by Pop magazine, Vogue online and now part of the permanent Department of Coins and Medals collection of the British Museum
The limited edition ‘art notes’ were created by: Pat Albeck, Will Broome, Sarah Campbell, Holly Fulton, Hemingway Design, Eley Kishimoto, Zandra Rhodes, Heikki Salonen, Jonathan Saunders and Bill Woodrow. Also sponsors London Print Studio and John Purcell Papers