MRes. Fine Art and Humanities. Royal College of Art. 2020. B.A. Fine Art (First Class) Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, 2015.  Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Research, University of Cambridge, 2011.  M.A Social Work, University of Nottingham, 1983.   B.A. Social Psychology, University of Sussex, 1980.

Selected Exhibitions and Events

Walking Beyond Words. In collaboration with Aya Hastwell. A year of solo/communal walks across the globe, fused into a weekly word collage. 2023 to 2024

A Walk in Two Circles. In collaboration with Jo Miller. Wandlebury Ring, Cambridge, UK. 2022

Between Two Doors  Group exhibition by Experimental Space Collective [esc].  Watford Museum. 2022

RCA Research Biennale (online) Royal college of Art. 2021

Mesopotamian Mud: A journey through voice and vessel  Audio walk as part of The Cambridge Festival  Click here for project website. In collaboration with Dr Nawrast Sabah Abd Alwahab, Kelcy Davenport, Shaima al-Sitrawi and Sarah Strachan. 2021

A walk in common  Turkey, India, UK.  Saturday 10th April 2021

Roar: Art and Sustainability  In association with The Cambridge Festival and CRASSH (University of Cambridge)   2021

Are we nearly there? Screening at Norwich Fringe In collaboration with Susie Olczak. 2021

Situationist RCA.  Random walks from the Directory of Walks. July 2020.

Dig. Online exhibition. Hosted by San Mei Gallery, Brixton, London. May 2020.

Fuzzy Walk. Starting at the Royal College of Art, Hester Road, London. February 2020.

Work in Progress. Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, Battersea, London.  2020.

The Archive and the Contested Landscape. Presentation, video and documentation of If the cloud allows. In association with Dr. Nawrast Sabah Abd Alwahab.  Gallery 9 and Anglia Ruskin University. October 2018

If the cloud allows. In association with Dr. Nawrast Sabah Abd Alwahab (University of Basrah). Simultaneous walking in a circle in 2 places. Basrah, Iraq and Cambridge, UK. Oct 2018. Featured in the lead up to The Archive and the Contested Landscape.

Bending as a Form of Resistance. Workshop with Kelcy Davenport and Pernille Fransden as part of Theorem, PhD exhibition at Anglia Ruskin University. Curated by Jane Boyer. July 2018

Liquid Land. Performances of The Listening Stick. Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge. Curated by Rosanna Greaves and Harriet Loffler. Funded by Arts Council England and AHRC. April 2018

The Forensic Corridor. Installation featured as part of Cambridge Science Festival. CB2 Library, Cambridge. March 2018  Reviewed in The Lancet

Five years: My brain hurts alot. Art Language Location and Grey Broken Wires. Guest Projects, London. December 2017

Crossing Bridges. Collaboration with Caroline Wendling. Video installation in the Bridge Chapel, St. Ives. Arts Council funded. October 2017

Bridge Walk. Part of ‘An invitation to travel’ a collaborative project with Caroline Wendling funded by the Arts Council and exploring ideas of movement, memory and place in St. Ives. August 2017

Stone Paper Cloud. An artwork in 2 locations and the walk between. University of Cambridge. Part of Cambridge Festival of Ideas and Art Language Location in association with Professor Ann Copestake (Computing) and Dr. Augusta McMahon (Archaeology). Arts Council funded. Award from Festival of Ideas, University of Cambridge. October 2016

The boat, the book and the bridge. Research and Development project with Caroline Wendling.  3 events in the Bridge Chapel, St. Ives. August 2016

The Listening Stick. Collaboration with Judy Nakazato. Participatory performance at ‘Landscape in Imagination and the Virtual Future’ Conference, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. 2016

Text vb. Site specific installation. Bridge Chapel, St. Ives. Part of Art Language Location. Arts Council funded. 2015

Crystal Structures –  video installation. Collaboration with Ramona Zoladek. Exhibited as part of ‘Loom’, Gallery North, Newcastle 2015

No Way Home. The NewBridge Project, Newcastle 2015

Raw Catalyst. Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge 2015

Smiths Row Open. Smiths Row Gallery, Bury St. Edmonds 2015

Sand Castles. Installation on Hunstanton Beach, Norfolk 2015

Plan for an Exhibition of Digital Gestures. Site specific installation. Ruskin Gallery Project Space 2015

Awards, Residencies and Publications:

A Glass Envelope [AGE] International Online Residency. Co-directors: Sally Stenton and Svetlana Atlavina. November 2020. Residency Website

Davenport, K., Abd Alwahab, N., Stenton, S., Strachan, S. The Archive and the Contested Landscape. In Velez, M. and Greaves, R., (eds) Roar. 2019. Launched at Venice Biennale, Ivory Coast Pavilion.

Davenport, K., Frandsen, P. and Stenton, S. Exploring ‘bending’ as an act of resistance. In: J. Boyer ed., Theorem 2018. Cambridge: Ruskin Arts Publications. 2019

Commission for ‘The Archive and the Contested Landscape’. Cambridge, UK and Basrah, Iraq.  Award supported by Storylab Research Institute. 2018

The Listening Stick case study presented by Dr Eirini Saratsi for AALERT (Arts and the Artist in Landscape and Environmental Research Today) Valuing Nature conference workshop. Nov 2018, Cardiff

Artist residency at Joya:AiR, Velez Blanco, Spain. Nov/Dec 2018

Artist in residence at Anglia Ruskin University (AA2A scheme) ‘Tripping over Digital Objects’. October 2017 to April 2018. Q&A with a-n Artists Network

An Invitation to Travel in collaboration with Caroline Wendling. Arts Council Award. Project dates March to November 2017

Digital Felt project with Camtrust, Histon. August 2017

Award from Cambridge Festival of Ideas (University of Cambridge) for Stone Paper Cloud – Art Language Location 2016

Main text contributor to exhibition catalogue for ‘Loop’ Ramona Zoladek. Woon Fellowship final show. Gallery North, Newcastle, 2015

Art Language Location Award from Anglia Ruskin University, 2015

MILK. Cambridge Sustainability Residency. Publication date February 2015 Co-editor with Marina Velez. Cambridge: Anglia Ruskin University

Short-listed for Sustainability Art Prize   2015

Cambridge Sustainability Residency   2013, 2014 and 2015.

Cambridge Sustainability Residency.  Co-director 2014

Learning to Lead: The Story So Far. Co-authored with Dr. David Frost. Cambridge: 2010. University of Cambridge

Turning Points: The Board Game about Money and Life by Sally Stenton and Sonja Dutton. 2007. Creative Paths

Inspiring Schools: Resources for Action by Raji Hunjan, Sally Stenton and Marilyn Lewis. 2005. Carnegie UK Trust.