Naomi Harwin (b. 1992, Winchester, UK) is an artist based in Cambridge and has been a studio artist at Wysing Art Centre since 2015. Her sculptures, drawings and installations move through a self generative process of translating information and images extracted from the investigation of an object. Harwin’s work has been shown nationally and internationally, recent exhibitions and features include: To be an object is to possess a boundary, 1961 Projects, In Personam, Singapore (2019), Like-minded, Minimal Zine issue 01 (2019), Non-working hours, 1961 Projects, Singapore (2018), We:You,Me,
Firstsite, Colchester, UK (2017), AD HOC + TRADE Swap Editions, Art Licks,SET and Castor Projects, London, UK (2017), in between things, Nunns Yard, Norwich, UK (2016) and ‘O’, Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK (2015).