Contours of the Earth, Gregory Herbert, 2022 | Image: Harry Meadley

Gregory Herbert

Artist Gregory Herbert shares an insight into his practice including using digital technologies to design his artworks, his recent collaboration with Dr Katie Field for Sheffield Doc Fest / Wellcome Trust and his love of skateboarding.

Gregory Herbert’s practice explores the vast entanglement of interactions that organisms and non-human entities have within their environments. Working with sculpture, film and installation, he often takes influence from models of collaboration and coexistence.

Gregory Herbert (B.1990) lives and works in Liverpool. Herbert is a former Director of The Royal Standard and completed his MA Fine Art at Manchester Metropolitan University. Herbert’s recent commissions include; Bluecoat, Contours of the earth (2022) Rule of Threes, Winnowing Phase (2022) SheffieldDocFest, Exchange program, Making-With (2021) and FACT, Together, We Are Symbiotic (2020). Recent exhibitions include ‘Archives at Play’, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2022); ‘Earth Eaters’, Cole Projects, Hoxton 253 Project Space,London (2020); ‘The Cucumber Fell in the Sand’ at Humber Street Gallery, Hull (2019); MA Degree show, HOME, Manchester(2019); ‘Oikos Logos’, a collaborative show with Hannah Rowan and Matthew Verdon at Enclave Lab, London (2018); ‘Mesocosm’ at The Trophy Room, Liverpool (Solo Show, 2018).