Victor Seaward exhibited with Collective Ending as part of ABSINTHE §1, ABSINTHE §2 (as Martin), Collective Ending HQ: Housewarming & Old Friends, New Friends.
Victor Seaward juxtaposes raw, functional materials, such as concrete, with high-tech industrial materials and apparatuses to expose how social and cultural groups are able to enduringly place meaningful stock, through the addition of pattern, objects and symbols, in otherwise mundane ephemera.
Victor (b. Kuala Lumpur) lives and works in London. He graduated with an MA in Painting from Royal College of Art in 2018, having previously completed his BA in History of Art at University of Leeds (2007-2010). Recent exhibitions and projects include: Ancient Deities (Group Exhibition, curated by Rhiannon Rebecca Salisbury) at Arusha Gallery (Edinburgh, 2020), The Potion Room (Group Exhibition, curated by Georgia Stephenson) at Subsidiary Projects (London, 2020), Nebelmeer (Solo Exhibition) at Recent Activity (Birmingham, 2019), Vanitas (Solo Presentation) at Rectory Projects (Lonon, 2019), Isabelline and Other Colours (Solo Exhibition) at Lily Brooke (London, 2019), Listen to the Hum (Group Exhibition) at Alice Black (London, 2019).