Ralph Pritchard
born 1994, living, working and studying in London.



EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

2017-2019
Contemporary Art Practice: Critical Practice
MA programme at Royal College of Art, London, led by Jeremy Millar and Tai Shani.

2018
Bloomberg New Contemporaries
Exhibition programme for emerging artists, Liverpool & London.

2017-2018
School of the Damned
Alternative fine art programme, directed by its students.

2018
LUX Bootcamp at Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival
Workshop led by Benjamin Cook on funding and pitching in a moving image context.  

2017, June
Plugin Summer Institute: Session I
Residency led by Chris Kraus in Winnipeg, Canada.

2017, March
Hospitalfield Interdisciplinary Residency
Residency in Hospitalfield House in Arbroath.

2016, April
Oberhausen Seminar
Intensive artists film seminar led by Erika Balsom.

2016
LUX Critical Forum
Monthly salon hosted by LUX Artists’ Moving Image, London.

2014, September
Experimenta Seminar
BFI festival seminar led by Ed Webb-Ingall.

2015-present
Verso Books, Videographer
Publisher, London.

2013-2016
Novara Media, Head of Video
Independent media group covering culture and politics.





EXPOSURE

2019
July: Low Res Camera Roll,  Instagram residency curated by Georgina Tyson.
July: Auto//Fiction  Performance of raps at conference, Royal College of Art, London.
July: Show 2019  Graduation exhibition, Royal College of Art, London.
June Fragile Masculinity Cabaret, Performance with Clark Mitton, curated by Sean Roy Parker, Brixton Pound Cafe.
May: Bite, Self-curated group exhibition at the Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art.
March: Critical Practice Radio,  Curated and present an hour of audio artworks for Mark Leckey’s NTS Radio show in collaboration with Gabi Davies.
March: Terminal O, Group exhibition, The Horse Hospital.
March: CAP-beret, Performance of rap ‘Judgemental Friend’, Gorvy Lecture Theatre.

2018
December: Bloomberg New Contemporaries,  Group exhibition, South London Gallery
November: Visions in the Nunnery, Group exhibition at the Nunnery Gallery.
November:  Crate Conversations, Public talk with Emily Simpson at Crate Space, Margate.
August: Vision & Signs, School of the Damned group exhibition, Sluice, London
July: Gotcha ;), Group exhibition accompanying Joey Holder's Adcredo, QUAD, Derby.
July: Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Group exhibition, Liverpool John Moores University.
July: Wuu2, Instagram residency ‘I want to be held’, commissioned by Emily Simpson.
June: 6x6 Project, Online platform and interview.
May: Recovery Mode, Self-curated group exhibition at the Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art.
May: Conch.FYI, Online interview.
May: CAP-baret, Video ‘The Rules’ shown as part of group performance night at Royal College of Art, London.
February: Say No More, isthisit? group show curated by Charlie Godet Thomas.
February: THEIA Film & Video Screening, WORM, Rotterdam.
January: Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London.
January: NOWNESS, ‘Heaven, Hell’, published online.

2017
December: Wednesday Night Live, ‘Shouldr’ video, curated by 12ø Collective.
September: The World Transformed, ‘Shouldr’ video, curated by Oli Cox, Brighton.
September: Co Broadcast, Gone Clear podcast with Gloria Dawson, curated by Co. at Supernormal Festival, Braziers Park.
August: Shouldr: Emotional Labour, on your term, solo online show for isthisit, curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight.
June: Summer Institute Open Studios, Plug In ICA, Winnipeg.

2016
November: Sex re-education at Tate Modern, ‘What does it mean to be queer?’ made with Shon Faye for Novara Media, curated by Bedfellows
August: Film Night 25.08.16 at Hackney Picturehouse, ‘Heaven’, curated by Stephen Harwood and Warren Garland.
March: Cam4Art., ‘Emotional Boundaries & Chill’ curated by Nicholas Tee. 
January: London Short Film Festival at ICA London, Star Bright, Memory002, Sarah_Ralph_Film003, Sarah_Ralph_Film007.

2015
October: Diving into the Wreckage, The Old Police Station, London, curated by Fusebox.
February: Video Jam at the Whitworth Art Gallery, ‘A Day In The Past’ commissioned by Sarah Rowland Hill.
January: A Pixel Or Digit? Group exhibition, Parfitt Gallery, London, curated by Paul Harrison.