Research Biennale 23

Royal College of Art

Participating artist and researcher showcasing Accidentology (I) at the Research Biennale of the Royal College of Art.

22nd - 24th June 2023.

Intersectional Matter @ PhotoFrome

Participating artist in a group show curated by Jacqueline Ennis Cole. 

PhotoFrome, Gallery at the Station, Frome, UK.

23 June - 8 July 2023.

Accidentology (I)

Hockney Gallery

This solo show at the Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, is the culmination of Armelle Skatulski's practice-based research at the RCA funded by the AHRC/Techne DTP.

2nd May - 5th May 2023.

Leeds Creative Labs 2023
University of Leeds

Undertaking a project exploring the mechanisms and ethics of data extraction in Virtual Reality interactions in collaboration with Dr Kyle Griffiths (University of Leeds) with the support of The Cultural Institute of the University of Leeds in association with East Street Arts.

April-June 2023.

Awarded a DYCP Fund by Arts Council England for "Virtual Anatomy" (2023-)

Armelle Skatulski is awarded a DYCP fund to prepare the grounds for "Virtual Anatomy," a project exploring the socio-technical anatomy of Virtual Reality humanoid avatars. 

March 2023

Supported by the Arts Council England via a Develop Your Creative Practice fund. 

Convention House Residency

Among four commissioned artists selected to undertake an art residency at East Street Arts Leeds, funded by The Garfield Weston Foundation.

Convention House is a residency programme & venue for collaborations between art and technology centred on sustainability and community.

 East Street Arts, Leeds, UK.

July-November 2022

Supported by the Weston Culture Fund.

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192nd RHA Annual Exhibition

Nachtrag showcased at the Royal Hibernian Academy of the Arts, Dublin, Ireland.

23 May-24 July 2022

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Unruly Encounters

Unruly Encounters is an exhibition of works by PhD researchers at the Royal College of Art, realised in collaboration with Charlotte Bonham-Carter.

South Park Galleries, Southwark, London.

19–20 March 2022

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MTPL Commission

Commissioned artist at the Minderoo Tech & Policy Lab UWA, for whom I researched and visualised data mining ecosystems in various contexts including for a report published by the Australian Academy of Sciences (April 2022).

Image: illustration by Armelle Skatulski for MTPL in The Conversation, April 2022.

Research Biennale 21

Royal College of Art

Contributing artist and researcher featuring Archive Sub-Versions,  practice-based research supported by  the AHRC.

The Royal College of Art Research Programme Biennale. 

February 2021

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Data Archeogram


A schematic map of the datafication of work in the Internet of Things produced as an artist in residence & researcher at the London-based think tank Autonomy.

Concept, illustrations, map & text by Armelle Skatulski.

Published by Autonomy,  January 2021.

Supported by the AHRC/Tehnē & the Alex Ferry Foundation

Image: Cover illustration by Armelle Skatulski for Autonomy

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Doctoral Training Partnership Artist Placement at Autonomy think tank.

This placement was generously supported by the Technē Doctoral Training Partnership.


May-October 2020

Funded by the AHRC consortium Technē

Speaking With: Mavor / Hebson

"Archive Sub-Versions" was presented at Speaking With: Mavor/Hebson, a one-day event that explores voicing historical subjectivity through inter-disciplinary and feminist discourse around researching, writing and making. 

Keynote speakers: Professor Carol Mavor (University of Copenhagen) and Dr Nadia Hebson (Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm), chaired by Professor Rebecca Fortnum (RCA).

Royal College of Art

12 June 2019

Funded by the AHRC Consortium Techne.

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The answer to dust was showcased at the NAFAE conference hosted by the Royal College of Art. The LIVING RESEARCH conference will run five strands of thinking: Collaboration, Entanglement, Re-enactment, Documents, Environment.

Gorvy Lecture Theatre & Dyson Gallery, RCA, Battersea, London.

March 2019

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There's Something Lurking In The Shadows 

Featuring the most wide-ranging enquiries of 39 MPhil and PhD students from the RCA’s School of Arts and Humanities.

Curated by Linda Rocco.

Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London.

March 2019

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Re-enactment, the Accident & the Archive

"Re-enactment, the Accident & the Archive" was presented at the Visual Arts Talks Series, School of Fine Art, Royal College of Art.

Chaired by Dr Chantal Faust & Prof. Rebecca Fortnum.

Gorvy Lecture Theatre & Dyson Gallery, RCA, Battersea, London.

8 November 2018

Image:  cover of Jennifer Allen et al., Life Once More, Corner House Publications (2005)

Prova Issue 4

Dédoublement d'appareil was published in Issue 4 PROVA, the annual RCA Humanities Research Forum Journal. 

PROVA Journal Launch 30 June 6pm-12am Peckham Liberal Club  London

June 2018

Flight Mode 

Royal College of Art School of Arts & Humanities Postgraduate Research Platform, Group Show.

Assembly Point 

London SE15 5TJ
29 June-1 July 2018

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RCA Research Platform group show curated by Melanie King, Félicie Kertudo and Laura Vallés.

Lumen Studios  Bethnal Green, London

January 2018


Royal College of Art School of Arts & Humanities Postgraduate Research Platform, Group Show.

Safehouse 1&2, 137–139 Copeland Road, London SE15 3SN.

29 June – 2 July 2017

Resistance Symposium

Presented Incommensurable Trace at Resistance, without presupposition: language, philosophy, film and performance.

Keynotes: Kristen Kreider / Jason Waite / Holly Ingleton / Howard Caygill.

Chaired by Aura Satz & Yve Lomax.

Gorvy Lecture Theatre, Royal College of Art, London. 

16 February 2017

Image: Kreider + O’Leary, Falling, Copy Press, 2015.


RCA Fine Art Research Platform Group Show.

Royal College of Art, Battersea, Woo Studios.

12-15 May 2016

Image: Liz Murray 

Photomonth London

Leading a lecture series on Black History & Photography at the Bishopsgate Institute.

October 2015

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RHA 184th Annual Exhibition

PhotoIreland 2014

Royal Hibernian Academy
15 Ely Place, Dublin

27 May- 9 August 2014

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Highlanes Gallery Collection

Anarchive#n acquired by the Highlanes Gallery for its permanent collection. 


Image: Anarchive#n © Armelle Skatulski, 2012


"Heterochronia & the space of the photograph" was presented at the Onion Discussions: A Sculpture Talks Series at the School of Fine Art of the Royal College of Art, Battersea, London.

September 2012

RHA 182nd Annual Exhibition

PhotoIreland Festival 2012

Anarchive#n showcased at the Royal Hibernian Academy of the Arts, Dublin, Ireland.

28 May-18 August 2012.

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Unravelling Modern and Contemporary Art: Photography

Lecture Series

 Armelle Skatulski explores the technical, aesthetic, political and performative aspects of photography.

The Whitechapel Gallery in association with the Bishopsgate Institute.   

June-July 2011

Image: © Whitechapel Gallery

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