Fred Hubble’s work explores how the construction of a sense of place and time emerges from seasonality. Using folklore, myth-making, phenology and seasonal vocations he develops an understanding and a method from which to re-address our relationship to climate instability and crisis.
Fred Hubble lives and works in Birmingham. He graduated with an MA in Fine Arts from Birmingham City University in 2016 and is currently studying his PhD at the Arts and Humanities Research Council at Birmingham City University. His work has been widely exhibited across the UK and further afield. He has completed residencies at Grand Union, Birmingham, UK (2018), JOYA Arte + Ecologie, Almeria, ES (2017), and STRYX Soup IV, Minerva Works, Birmingham, UK (2017).