Born 1988, in the United Kingdom, lives and works in Nottingham.
Freddy Griffiths is an artist working with and around photography, using the photographic image to further non-hierarchical methodologies in contemporary art and everyday scenarios. His ongoing exploration has resulted in the formation of a photographic archive.
Recent international investigations in the last two years have centred around questions of photographic materiality and the finite nature of natural resources. Walking or cycling as a primary mode of transport has defined the making of photographs during these excursions.
Griffiths is keen to embrace contradictory and ambiguous ways of working for future presentations of his archive. Democratising the editing process through audience participation is something of particular concern currently.
2010: Untitled, Trace, Camborne, Cornwall.
2010: Vend, Elysium Gallery, Swansea.
2011: A.I.R, Swansea Metropolitan University, Swansea.
2011: Coda, Strand Gallery, London. 2012: Research with the preliminary title: photographies spatially situated (things on other coloured things). UWTSD, Swansea.
2013: Straunus, Diffusion Festival, Cardiff.
2013 - 2014: BLOG RE - BLOG, Signal Gallery, New York + Austin Centre for Photography, Austin, Texas. 2014: Ffotogallery, At Home He's A Tourist, Cardiff.
2015: [ ... ] Space, Mission Gallery, Swansea, 2014
Gathered Again, Mission Gallery, Swansea.
2020: Cuttings from a temperamental archive, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham.
2021: (Future exhibition), Djanogly Gallery, Lakeside Arts, Nottingham.
2010 - 2011: Foundation Art and Design, Artist in Residence, Swansea Metropolitan University.
Spring 2020: Photoworks + Ampersand Foundation, Artist in Residence, Wigwell Lodge Derbyshire.
2019: The Kirkland Collection: A Closer Look, Djanogly Art Gallery, Nottingham.
2019: Planetary Processing, Artquest Peer Forum, Photographers' Gallery, London.
2009 - 2011: MA Contemporary Dialogues: Photography, Swansea Metropolitan
2006 - 2009: BA Hons Photography, Falmouth College of Art
2005 - 2006: Foundation Art and Design, Swansea Institute of Higher Education