is an artist and lecturer, living and working in London

Her artistic practice is concerned with human relations, perceptions and conditions, and uses many different methods - from installation and objects, to digital, photographic and video images - to tackle issues of embodiment, experience, representation and understanding.
Her subjects vary according to her ideas and their context, but share a common concern with human perceptions of, and projections onto the world.

Her work often engages directly with specific places, exploring the human implications of different systems, environments and scenarios.
Recently she has made work in, and for, a working hospital, a scientific research institution, and a domestic environment, all in various European cities.
She continues to exhibit nationally and internationally, often in particular contexts and curatorial projects, as well as in public galleries and museums.

Naomi Dines studied Fine Art in the late 80’s and early 90’s, gaining a BA in Sculpture at Chelsea School of Art, and an MA from the Royal College of Art in London

In addition to presenting papers on various subjects related to her art practice and research at conferences and symposia, she has taught extensively at under- and post-graduate level throughout the UK.
She is currently a part-time Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Central St. Martin’s College of Art & Design.

She also acts as a consultant and advisor on artists’ professional and creative development to various public bodies, including the Arts Council of England. She has given papers and keynote addresses at various conferences, and sat on selection panels for artists' awards and opportunities.

Naomi has been instrumental in providing, managing and improving both short-term and permanent artists’ studio space in Central London, as well as helping to develop the various organisations involved.
Since 1999, she has project-managed both the freehold purchase, and capital development of 7,000 square foot, self-contained premises for Occupation Studios, of which she is currently Studio Manager.

She is also a member of Acme Studios Committee of Management, a major provider of charitable studio space to Non-Commercial Fine Artists in London.

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