Bay is to exhibit her new series of large-scale paintings, Flower Women, virtually with Kunstmatrix. The online show will be available to view throughout December 2020, with a 3D guided tour of the six new works. Also to view will be unseen photographs of the original sculptures and performance piece which began the development of the paintings. Kunstmatrix is a innovative Berlin-based gallery platform specialising in online, virtual exhibitions.
Bay’s new series of paintings will be exclusively represented in the UK by London’s Runway Gallery. The gallery is regularly featured by national press and organises private viewings in the heart of Soho. Runway collaborators include London Fashion Week fringe and private members club and gallery, Blacks.
Bay curated a series of weekly covid-responsible art events throughout October 2020. In collaboration with art collective Colonia Roma, the events included artist talks, art workshops and discussions. Highlights were artist Emma Shapiro‘s discussion on social media censorship and Tina McCallan‘s workshop on shamanistic journeys into the subconscious.
Exhibiting several works as part of Dean Clough’s postponed Summer Exhibition series, which is now available via this virtual gallery tour. The show can be visited in reality until the end of November 2020.
Oct – Nov 20
Curation of show ‘The Everyday Masks Project’ with photographer Alex Baker and arts collective Colonia Roma. Bay designed the exhibition to work safely within Valencia’s covid restrictions. In lieu of a traditional inauguration, ten artists opened the show with a photoshoot of the original masked artworks. Hosted by arts space Casa Cabanyal, Valencia.
30 Sept ~ 21 Oct 2020
Working in one of Europe’s strictest Covid-19 lockdowns, Bay explored coding with Scratch as a means to exhibit paintings virtually. Her project “Silence”, an interactive digital painting in Scratch code, was awarded full marks by Harvard University’s open computing MOOC, CS50.
Bay’s paintings were seen and sold last night at the highly successful exhibition “Fragilidad” at Valencia’s Sporting Club Russafa art space. Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the neonatal department in the city’s La Fe hospital.
Bay has been invited to exhibit in the group show “Flash Figures”, curated by artists Shapiro & Brown. The show will explore representations of the human body, and will be held in The RW Project space in Russafa, Valencia. Shapiro & Brown are the artists behind The Body Room installation piece, which will tour London in March. Flash Figures opens on 20 February 2020.
20 Feb ~ 20 Mar 2020