Friday, 16 December 2011

An update on jotta Winners 2010 and 2011

jotta has been one of the fantastic prize providers to the Chelsea Student Awards since the awards began in 2010. Millie Ross, the editor of jotta, has given us a round-up of what both Francis Brady (jotta Award winner 2010) and Sophie Percival (jotta Award winner 2011) have been up to since winning the prize. 

Sophie Percival

Sophie Percival, Pools from the Plane, 2011

Sophie Percival, winner of the 2011 jotta Award, is currently producing moving image work for an online exhibition in the jotta online project space, this will launch in the beginning of 2012.

Since winning the award there have been many developments to the prize, and support from jotta, thus Sophie's work will also feature in the forthcoming debut jotta publication, launching in March. This will coincide with launch of the new jotta Editions Space, an online platform for the sale of emerging artist's work, of which Sophie's work will also be featured.

To see more of Sophie's work, please go to her website at

Francis Brady 

The winner of the 2010 jotta Award Francis Brady has continued to work with jotta, first as a curatorial intern and exhibitions assistant, and now as part of the online team, creating content around jotta exhibitions, events and projects.

Please click on the link below to see Francis Brady's commissioned piece, Xnoybis (2010) specifically created for jotta's online space.

The following links are articles and an interview written by Francis Brady for jotta.

To see more of Francis' work, please go to his website at

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