Frances Disley is based in Liverpool at Aspen Yard


cwrdd â mi wrth yr afon (meet me by the river), MOSTYN Gallery project space, LLandudno 2022; Refractive Pool, The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 2022,

Recent Exhibitions, projects, films and performances include

New things appear where the goddess walks, Abingdon Studios Project, Blackpool 2022;UnNatural History, comissioned by Invisible Dust, The Herbert Gallery, Coventry 2021; Nature Cure, A Spode Rose Garden Residency, Stoke on Trent, 2021, The Turnpike Centre Garden, The Turnpike Gallery, Leigh; 2021, Real Estate Residency, Bostonway, Leftcoast, Blackpool; 2021/22

Epic Luxe dance performance video, The Turnpike Gallery, Leigh 2020; Freshly Cut Grass, Human Libraries, Rule of Threes, Bootle 2020/21; Pattern Buffer, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, 2020; Crossings, Complex, Dublin, 2020; Thumbs Up, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester; 2020, Cucumber Fell in the Sand, Humber Street Gallery, Hull, 2019; Tripleflex, Bluecoat, Liverpool, 2019; Solo Show, OUTPUT Gallery, Liverpool; 2019, Inner Landscapes, Hilbert Raum, Berlin, 2019; Residency – Activation #1 Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, 2019; We Are Where We Are, Baltic 39, Newcastle, 2018; Mustard Blanket; Grampian Hospital Arts Trust, Aberdeen, 2018, “RRR”, live interactive performance/dance/workout/installation and single channel video, part of At the Library, comissioned by Sefton Libraries, Netherton Activity Centre, Liverpool (2018); “R&R”, performative workshop series comissioned by Sefton Libraries, Bootle Library (2018); “Abacus”, Bluecoat, Liverpool (2017); “SWAP Editions Edition 1 – ADHOC”, launched at Castor Projects, London (2017); “ART VAN” event  part of Site Gallery’s public programme, Endcliffe Park, Sheffield (2017); performance “Charcoal Heather / Therma Sphere Max” St Nicholas Church (Liverpool Biennial Light Night Presentation), Liverpool & REC ROOM, Houston, Texas (2017);  Liverpool Biennial Arriva Bus comission (2016), Liverpool Biennial Associate Artists exhibition, Liverpool (2016); “HERE”, Glasgow International, Glasgow (2016); performance Roll Fix Slip, Bluecoat Performance Space, Liverpool, UK (2015);

Permanent collections

Arts Council Collection, Walker Art Gallery