Gemma is a London based curator with over a decade of experience in exhibition-making, publications and catalogues, artist residencies and public events.
In addition to her curatorial role with Invisible Dust her other freelance projects include a series of public art commissions along the River Thames for the Thames Tideway Tunnel; archival work for the British artists Alison Wilding and Tess Jaray; a touring exhibition of work by Emma Hart and Jonathan Baldock; English language editing for the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius and research into boredom with curator Gareth Bell-Jones.
Gemma was previously Deputy Director at PEER; an independent visual arts organisation based in London that commissions work for the gallery and public realm. From 2005 to 2009 she was Project Coordinator for the RSA’s Arts & Ecology programme, established to increase the level and breadth of debate around artists’ relationships to contemporary environmental issues. She studied Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University and holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art.