Matt Davis Artist



Matt Davis graduated from Camberwell School of Art with 1st class honours in Graphic Design (BA hons) and University of Brighton with a Distinction in Design and Craft (MDes).

Working emerging technologies with organic and recycled materials, the artist presents intangible code as physical objects and spaces in order to discuss the dualism of reality.

Featured in books by Sasha Wardell (Porcelain and Bone China (Second Edition) Crowood) and Louisa Taylor (Ceramics Masterclass, Thames & Hudson). It has also published in such magazines as Wallpaper*, Financial Times ‘How to spend it’, Architectural Digest (Germany) and Elle Decoration.

Works have been commissioned by the St. Austell Bay Trust for permanent public installation and also held in the permanent collection at the Potteries Museum in Stoke-on-Trent.

Selected Awards:
Whitegold Comission 2020
Future Heritage 2017

Heal’s Discovers 2017
CPA: Emmanuel Cooper Prize 2017
Richard Seager Bursary Award 2016

Selected exhibitions



2020:
• Tremen Public Art Comission. St. Austell, Cornwall
• Beyond Piranesi Comission. Dublin Castle (postponed till 2021)

2019:
• London Art Fair. Represented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery
• Collect, Saatchi Gallery. Represented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery
• Moved house & built a studio!

2018:
• Collect. Saatchi Gallery. Represented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery
• Cynthia Corbett Gallery Summer Exhibition. Pall Mall, London
• Doddington Hall Sculpture Biennial. Lincoln.
• Ceramic Art London. Central St. Martins, London
• MIAR Arts. 9a, Hove Place, Brighton

2017:
• Decorex; Future Heritage. Syon Park, London

• Heals Discovers 2017. Heals, London
• ECAlab Collaboration. RIBA North, Liverpool
• New Designers; One Year On. Business Design Centre, London
• Ceramic Art London. Central St. Martins, London
• Rising Stars 2017. New Ashgate gallery, Farnham

2016:
• Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair. Manchester
• Handmade in Britain. Chelsea Town Hall, London
• Art in Clay. Pottery & Ceramics Festival, Hatfield
• New Designers. Business Design Centre, London