1980 Heather Ackroyd B.A. Honours 1st Class Creative Arts Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

1978 Dan Harvey Foundation West Surrey College Art & Design 1981 B.A. Honours 1st Class Fine Art, Cardiff College of Art, Wales,

UK 1984 M.A. Sculpture, Royal College of Art, London, UK

Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions / Installations / Public Realm

2021 On The Shore – Act 1 Tate Modern Act 2 Bankside Beach, in collaboration with Ben Okri
Beuys’ Acorns, Tate Modern, London, UK
REBEL, Estuary 2021, commissioned by MetalCulture,Southend, UK
Remember the Future, Orleans House Gallery, London, UK

2020 Courants Vertes, Fondation Groupe EDF, Paris, France

2019 Beuys’ Acorns, Bloomberg Arcade, commissioned by Bloomberg Philanthropies Culture Declares Emergency,

2019 Culture Declares Emergency, Processional launch of declaring climate & ecological emergency; Somerset House, Southbank Centre, National Theatre, Tate Modern, Globe Theatre, UK The Long Revolution, Ex-Baldessare-Bedford, UK

2018 Ash to Ash, White Horse Country Park, Maidstone, commissioned by Kent Downs AONB

2018 The Lark Descending, commissioned by Surrey Hills Arts for “Surrey Unearthed”, Dorking, UK

2018 WOMADelaide, Adelaide, Australia Big Botany: Conversations with the Plant World, Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas, USA

2018 Spellbound: Magic, Ritual & Witchcraft, Ashmolean, Oxford, UK

2018 Art Made Now, RA Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, UK

2017 Vester Allé 7, The Garden: End of Times, Beginning of Times, ARoS Triennial, Denmark

2017 Slow Violence, UHgalleries, University of Hertfordshire, UK

2017 Re/Evolution – Cinnamon Colomboscope, Colombo, Sri Lanka

2016 Conflicted Seeds + Spirit, The David Attenborough Building, Cambridge, UK Slate Work South, Pembroke Street Arch, Cambridge, UK; Slate Work East, Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK. Commissioned by the University of Cambridge, UK

2017 FOUND, The Foundling Museum, London, UK

2017 RA Summer Exhibition, London, UK

2017 Manmade, Raversyde, Ostende, Belgium

2015 Radical Action Reaction: The Tree Ceremony, Jardin des Plantes, Musée national d’ Histoire naturelle, Paris, commissioned by COAL. Beuys’ Acorns: trees on tour (5 city tour – first phase Radical Action Reaction), commissioned by [NA!] Project, France

2015 Stranded, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales, UK

2015 Sunday in the Park with Ed, Display Gallery, London, UK

2015 Portrait +, Fife Contemporary Art & Craft, Scotland Lens on Life, Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, London, UK

2015 Vanishing Ice, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Ontario, Canada

2015 Larsens Lost Water, Wimbledon College of Art, London, UK

2014 Life on Life, Festival Temps d’Image, Le Centquatre-Paris, France

2014 7000 oaks/ 7000 chenes, La Maréchalerie – Centre d’art Contemporain, Versailles, France

2014 Here Today: Celebrating 50 Years of the IUCN Red List, The Old Sorting Office, London,

2014 Lens on Life, Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome, Italy

2014 Discover The Now, Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition2014, London, UK

2014 Vanishing Ice, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington, US

2013 Cunningham, Derry/Londonderry City of Culture 2013, curated by Void, N. Ireland

2013 Beuys’ Acorns and Stranded, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK, supported with “Considering Landscapes” Study Days

2013 History Trees – Sparked, View Tube, London, UK

2013 Face to Face, Saison Printemps-Ete, Domaine de Chamarande, France

2013 Vanishing Ice, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington, USA

2013 UNFOLD, The Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), Beijing, China

2012 Inis Bearacháin, public art commission exhibited as part of Tulca Festival of Visual Arts

2012 History Trees, “Mapping the Park”, Olympic Park London 2012, opened in first phase, commissioned by the ODA and supported by Arts Council, England

2012 The 3rd Art & Science International Exhibition and Symposium, Beijing, China

2012 Carbon 13, Ballroom Marfa, Texas, USA

2012 Festival Images des Artes Visuels Vevey, Switzerland

2012 Magic Moments: the Screen and the Eye – 9 artists, 9 Projections Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA

2012 Beuys’ Acorns, Festival of the World, Southbank Centre, London

2012 Capital Offense; The Ends of Capitalism, Beacon Arts, Los Angeles, USA

2012 Points of View, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA

2011 In Context: Public Art. Ecology. KHOJ International Artists Workshop, New Delhi, India

2011 Park Ave + Resident, Void Contemporary Art Space, Derry, N. Ireland

2011 Out of the Blue, “What on Earth” Two Degrees Futures, Artsadmin, London; ICA Short Film Festival, London; Reel Earth, New Zealand

2011 Principia, Piazza del Duomo, Milan, Italy

2011 Ars Apocalipsis: Art and Collapse, Kunsterverein Kreis Gutersloh, Germany

2011 UNFOLD, Liverpool John Moores University; Parsons New School Design Building, New York; The Glass Curtain Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago, USA

2011 Crystal World, Royal Society Summer Exhibition, London

2010 Terre Vulnerabili, A Growing Exhibition 2nd/3rd/4th Quarters, Hangar Bicocca, Milan, Italy

2010 On the Field, Mladi Levi International Festival, Llubljana, Slovenia Terre Vulnerabili, A Growing Exhibition 1st Quarter, Hangar Bicocca, Milan, Italy Artists in Residence, Dorking, Arts Alive Festival, funded by Arts Council England Trasparenze Art for Renewable Energy, M.A.D.R.E Napoli; MACRO Testaccio, Rome, Italy Unfold, Kings Place Gallery, London, UK; University of the Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria; University Gallery, Newcastle; Newlyn Art Gallery, University College, Falmouth, UK. Art & Climate Change, Cranbrook Academy Museum, Michigan, USA 2009 Strata, Chalkwell Hall, Metal Culture commission, Southend-on-Sea, UK Earth: Art of a changing world, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK Walking Forest, Part of C Words, curated by PLATFORM, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK Environment 2.0, Futuresonic, Centre for Urban Built Environment, Manchester, UK Darwin Originals, Natural History Museum, London; Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal; Shortwave Cinema, Bermondsey, London; Darwin Festival, Cambridge, UK 2008 Twist, Newfoundland Gyratory, Cabot Circus, Bristol, UK Here and There, Mostra SESC des Artes, Sao Paulo, Brazil Art & Climate Change, Cape Farewell, Miraikan, Toyko; Fundacion Canal, Madrid; Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany; National Conservation centre, Liverpool Biennale; The Ship, Natural History Museum, London, UK 2007 FlyTower, Royal National Theatre, London Myles, Basha, Nath and Alesha, Big Chill, Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire, UK2004 Life Drawing, European Space, 9th Sculpture Quadrennial, Riga, Latvia Fotosintesi, Metronom, Barcelona, Spain Green brick, green back, Rice Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA Bios 4, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (CAAC), Seville, Spain 2005 World Expo, British Pavilion, Aichi, Japan 2004 Pleasure Garden, Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham, UK Je t’envisage: La Disparition du Portrait, Musee de l’Elysee, Lausanne, Switzerland 2003 Dilston Grove, LIFT, Café Gallery Projects and Artsadmin, Bermondsey, London, UK Supernatural (after di Cosimo) and Specific Natures, Chicago Public Art Program, Department of Cultural Affairs, Yates Art Gallery, Chicago, USA Field Study, Special Commission, National Eisteddfod, Wales, UK Cara a Cara, Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal Agitate: Negotiating the Photographic Process, SF Camerawork, San Francisco, USA 2002 Sunbathers, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK 2001 Presence, Special Exhibitions, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA Afterlife, Beaconsfield, London, England Ex Machina, Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst, Berlin; Galerie Schuppenhauer, Cologne, Germany Precious, V&A collection at The Millennium Galleries, Sheffield, England The Unexpected, Sotheby’s, New York, USA Paradise Now, Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore, USA; University of Michigan Museum of Art, USA 2000 Zuel di Qua, Creating Sparks, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England Paradise Now, Exit Art, New York, USA Breathless! Photography and Time, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England 1999 Blasted Oak, Secret Gardens series, Salisbury Arts Festival, England Out of Sight, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California, USA 1998 Photosynthesis (Testament), The Icehouse, Photo 98 and HTBA, Hull, England 1997 Floating Field, Akerby Sculpture Park, Sweden 1996 Host, collaboration with D’Avoine Architects, Nuova Icona and PACA, Venice, Italy The Divide, New Zealand International Festival of Arts, Wellington, New Zealand 1995 Reversing Fields, Hammoniale Festival der Frauen, Hamburg, Germany Portrait of Ernesta, Artigianato Vivo, Chiesa San Vito, Cison di Valmarino, Italy Le Ruisseau du Malard, Le Mois de la Photo, Dazibao Gallery, Montreal, Canada 1994 89-91 Lake Street, Perth Festival, Western Australia UK Today-La Nuova Scena Inglese, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy 1993 Theaterhaus Gessnerallee, Zurich, Switzerland 1992 Living Skins, Heatwave 2, Serpentine Gallery, London, England Implanted Spirit, Les Arts Etonnants 2, Palais de Chaillot, Paris Prima Materia, Arte Domani 3, Spoleto, Italy 1991 Grass House, Hull Time Based Arts, Hull, UK L’Antre Prise (The Undertaking), Les Arts Etonnants 1, Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing, France 1990 L’ Altro Lato (The Other Side), Laboratorio Aperto, Bussana Vecchia, Italy Awards, Commissions, Research, Residencies, Prizes 2019 Award for Outstanding Artistic Merit, Stonybrook University, Long Island, NY 2017 Pre-production and site visit WOMADelaide, Australia for exhibition March 2018 R&D phase of the Ash Project commissioned by Kent Downs AONB, supported by Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Funding 2014 Rose Award for Photography, Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, London 2013 David Attenborough Building, public art commission, University of Cambridge, working with Nicholas Hare Architects, Museum and Department of Zoology and Cambridge Conservation Initiative NA! Fund Residency, Le Centquatre, Paris 2012 Wu Guanzhong Prize for Innovation, The 3rd Art & Science International Exhibition, Beijing, China Art Nature Symposium, NA! Fund, dOCUMENTA 13, Germany Artists-in-Residence, UCL Environment Institute, London 2011 Mapping the Park, Legacy Commission for Public Art, Olympic Delivery Authority, London 2012 Out of the Blue, “What on Earth” 3 minute film commission for Two Degrees Festival, Artasdmin, London; ICA Short Film Festival, London; Reel Earth Film Festival, New Zealand Shoal edition launch at the Royal Society, The Multiple Store, London, UK In Context: Public Art. Ecology. Artist residency, KHOJ International Artists Workshop, New Delhi, India 2010 Molecular Pools 2 – Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford 2009 ACE Grants for Arts award for Beuys’ Acorns artwork at Royal Academy Earth show Polar Diamond artwork commissioned for the Royal Academy of Arts exhibition Earth: Art of a changing world Strata artwork, ACE Grants for Arts award for realisation of artwork at Chalkwell Hall, Southend-on-Sea Darwin Originals, Darwin’s 200th Birthday Celebrations, Natural History Museum, London 2007 Public landmark sculpture commission, Bristol Alliance, Cabot Circus development, Bristol Commission by Metal Culture to work with architect Bill Dunster on refurbishment of Chalkwell Hall, Southend-on-Sea, UK ACE Grants for Arts award for FlyTower artwork, National Theatre, London, UK 2006 Arts Plus award for consultation and research with Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust Hay-On-Wye Festival in Cartagena, Colombia, residency with Metal and British and Colombian artists 2005 Changing the Climate, conference at Christchurch College, Oxford Research expedition with Cape Farewell to Svalbard in the High Arctic 2004 NESTA Award for the Cape Farewell expedition to the High Arctic, research expedition 2003 ACE Grants for Arts award for Dilston Grove artwork, London, UK Research expedition to Svalbard in High Arctic Molecular Pools, courtyard sculptural design for the William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford University, England 2000 L’Oreal Art and Science of Colour Grand Prize Residency at The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA 1999 NESTA Innovation/Invention pioneer research award in collaboration with scientists from the Institute of Environmental Research, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK Ellipsoid in Void, collaboration with Simon Corder, The Regent Theatre, Hanley Cultural Quarter, Stoke-on-Trent, England 1998 RSA Art for Architecture design award; in consultation with Llewellyn Davies Associates, the William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford, England Presentations, symposiums, residencies, lectures, teaching 2020 Declaring Emergency: Museums and the Climate Crisis, The Courtauld, London, UK 2019 Truth, Keynote, Stony Brook University, New York, USA 2018 From Aether to Air, Ashmolean, Oxford
Guest presentation, Guest presentation, Central School of Speech & Drama, London
 Monuments, Central St Martins, MA Applied Imagination, London, UK UK
Big Botany: Conversations with the Plant World, Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas, US 2017 Consuming the Environment, Conference keynote speakers, University of Gävle, Sweden Masterclass, International Students, Goldsmiths College, London, UK Springhead Ashscape Project, Springhead Trust, Dorset, UK Masterclass, Helpmann Academy, Adelaide, Australia Masterclass, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia Masterclass, School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne, Australia Guest presentation, Central School of Speech and Drama, London 2016 Clore Fellows lead presentation How to be a COPtimist Conference Keynote speaker, On Energy, leading the Art Faculty, Banff Centre, Canada Keynote presentation, Environmental Network Funders, Cambridge Keynote for Strata: Art and Science Collaborations in the Anthropocene, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales 2015 Keynote for Conference on Communications and the Environment, University of Colorado, Boulder Clim ‘ Art’ Therapy, Festival of Ideas, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge The beast in the studio, bird at sea, Cambridge Science Festival, with Professor Bill Sutherland and Steve Broad, Director of Traffic; Drawing the Line, how art engages with conservation, hosted by Robin Ince Take the Money and Run? Keynote speech Toynbee Studios, London 2014 What Does Curiousity Look Like? Panel debate, Central St Martins Can Artists Change The World, Cheltenham Literature Festival, UK Radical Growth, Human Nature, London Festival of Architecture, Siobhan Davies Dance Studio, UK Facing Extinction, Gustav Metzger, UCA Farnham, UK Tree Stories, MA Applied Imagination, Central St Martins, London 2013 Art Means Business, Lumiere Festival, Durham, UK The Sea is our Masterpiece, Sheringham Theatre, organised by SCVA, Norfolk, UK Prenez Racine, Musees Gadagne presentation of Beuys’ Acorns, Lyon, France Between a Rock and Melting Place, presentation at School of Art, Design and Media, University of Portsmouth 2012 Acts of Legacy: Bodies of Memory, Late at Tate Britain, Clore Galleries, London Festival of the World Summit: Art will change the world, Southbank Centre, London and artist curated Beuys’ Acorns ‘in-conversation’ series with Oliver Morton, Robert Holtom and Edward Parker Five Images to Change the World, Hay Festival, Ackroyd & Harvey guest panellists with Ed Gillespie of Futerra, chaired by Steve Colling, Onearth CAN Youth Summit, Boston Latin School, MIT, Boston USA Planet Under Pressure: Making the Vision Reality 1 – visions of sustainability, London International Convention Centre, Excel, UK Guest lecture Central School of St. Martins Art & Design, London Keynote speaker, Oxford Brookes College, Oxford 2011 Talk at Christies Education, London Art and Alchemy, Trinity College, University of Cambridge Need for Cultural Shift, Time for Cultural Intervention, World Forum on Enterprise and the Environment (WFEE), Smith School, Oxford. Heather Ackroyd guest speaker, lead David Buckland with Lemn Sissay, Angela Palmer, KHOJ guest talk 2010 Live Skype keynote speech to TippingPoint Australia, Sydney ResoVision interview Edge of Extinction, Frieze Art Fair Visiting Lecturer at UCA, Epsom and Farnham Royal Academy of Arts Earth exhibition, artist curated ‘in-conversation’ series 2009 Nobel Laureate Symposium, Science Museum, Heather Ackroyd guest speaker and panellist with Antony Gormley, Jude Kelly, Fritzof Capra, Wole Solyinka, Wangari Maathai 2008 B-Open, art and ecology seminar Bergen, Norway. Guest speaker and panellist TippingPoint at Oxford University, key speaker Between a Rock and a Melting Place, lecture and workshop at University of Southern Florida, Tampa, USA Culture and Climate Change, Department of Culture, Media and Sport seminar on shaping policy towards climate change for DCMS Sustainable Development Action Plan. Poison and Antidote – guest speaker at Whitechapel Gallery and Friends of the Earth programme The London School of Economics, guest presentation on The Cities Programme, urban environment module. 2007 M.A. Art & Ecology course at Dartington School of Arts, day seminar and workshop Tipping Point at South Bank Centre, key speakers. Manchester International Festival, key speaker at Manchester Town Hall Guardian Debate series Do Art and Politics Mix? Ackroyd & Harvey, Peter Sellars, David Aaronovitch and Jonathan Harris, Towards a Sustainable Architecture? RIBA Trust/German Embassy Seminar key speakers London School of Economics, guest presentation on Cities Programme, London, UK 2006 Presentation with David Buckland and Max Eastley at John Moores University, Liverpool, UK International Youth Summit on Climate Change, Natural History Museum, London, UK Camberwell School of Arts, London, UK London School of Economics, guest presentation on Cities Programme, London, UK 2004 Courtauld Institute, London, UK 2003 Tate Britain, London, discussion with artists Ackroyd and Harvey, Zarina Bhimji, Graeme Miller and writer Iain Sinclair, chaired by Sian Ede 2002 San Francisco Institute of Art, SF, USA California Institute of Art, Dept of Integrated Media, Valencia, Los Angeles, USA Chelsea School of Art and Design, London, England Keynote speakers Space Studios, London, England Residency at the Exploratorium, Life Sciences, San Francisco, USA 2001 Guest lecture, Harvard University, Boston, USA Guest lecture, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA Guest lecture, Mass Art, Department of Film, Video and Fine Art, Boston, USA Guest lecture, ASCI Symposium, Cuny Graduate Centre, New York, USA Selected critical texts and publications Szeman Imre, Diamanti, Jeff, Energy Culture | Art and Theory on Oil and Beyond, “Capitalism in the Corpse of a Whale, Ackroyd & Harvey, West Virginia University Press 2019, pp. 107-114, ISBN: 9 781949 199123 fitzPatrick, Edwina, Archive of the Trees, “A culture is no better than its woods: Ackroyd & Harvey respond”, publication 2019, ISBN: 978-1-78972-327-4 Artsadmin 1979-2019, 40 x 40, designed and illustrated by David Caines Unlimited, 2019 Gibson, Prue, The Plant Contract: Art’s return to Vegetal Life: 3, Series Editor Michael Marder, published by Brill Rodopi 2018, pp. 56-58. ISBN: ISBN: 978-90-0435303-9 Wallace, Marina, Page, Sophie, Davies, Owen, Gaskill, Malcolm, Houlbrook, Ceri, Spellbound: Magic, Ritual & Witchcraft, published by Ashmolean Museum 2018, p.15, 153-159pp ISBN: 978-1-910807-24-8. Ed. Barry, Peter, Welstead, William, Extending Ecocriticism: Crisis, Collaboration and Challenge in the Environmental Humanities, “Nature Matters”: notes on Ackroyd & Harvey, ecocriticism and praxis by Eve Ropek, pp.91 – 108, published by Manchester University Press 2017, ISBN: 9781784994396 Royal Academy of Arts, 250th Summer Exhibition Illustrated 2018, p.184 ISBN: 978-1-910350-84-3 Royal Academy of Arts, 250th summer exhibition list of works 2018, ISBN: 978-1-912520-13-8 Yudina, Anna, Garden City: Supergreen Buildings, Urban Skyscapes and the new planted space, Thames & Hudson 2017, ISBN-13: 978-0500343265 ARoS Triennial, The Garden: End of Times, Beginning of Times, p. 233. ISBN: 978-3-96098-084-1 Art for the Planet, Cinnamon Colomboscope, “An Artistic Medley” Front cover and feature article, pp.26- 30. August-September 2017/Volume 2/Issue 6. ISSN: 2465-5589 Lenot, Mark, Edition Photosynthèses, Jouer Contre Les Appareils, pp.78-79. ISBN: 979-10-95822-04-2 Topographie de L’Art, Dendromorphies: Créer avec L’Arbre, pp.8-11. ISBN: 978-2-36669-026-2 Herrero, Floriane, Photographie contemporaine, Palette…pp. 82-82. ISBN: 978-2-35832-132-7 Neal, Lucy, Playing For Time: making art as if the world mattered, published by Oberon Books 2015, pp. 41-47, 122, 289. ISBN 978-1-78319-186-4 Antonini, Marco, Mimnniti, Sergio, Gómez, Francisco, Lungarella, Gabriele, Bendandi, Luca, Experimental Photography: A Handbook of Techniques, Thames & Hudson 2015, pp. 184-189. ISBN 978-0-500-54437-2 Heim, Wallace, Margolies, Eleanor, Landing Stages, The Ashden Directory 2014, pp, 110-111. ISBN 978-0992950613 Brown, Andrew, Art & Ecology Now, Thames & Hudson, London 2014, pp. 6, 110-11. ISBN 978-0-500-23916-2 Perry, Gill, Playing At Home, The House in Contemporary Art, Reaktion Books 2014, pp. 9, 187-83, 187-8, 221. ISBN 978-1-78023-180-8 Blazwick, Ivona. Cornelia Parker, published by Thames & Hudson 2013, p. 54.ISBN: 978-0-500-09373-3 Matilsky C. Barbara, Vanishing Ice, Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art, 1775-2012, Whatcom Musem, Bellingham, Washington, USA. ISBN 978-0-295-99342-3 Buck, Louisa, McClean, Daniel, Commissioning Contemporary Art – A handbook for curators Collectors and Artists, Thames & Hudson 2012, p. 38, 163. ISBN 978-0-500-23898-1 University Tsinghua, Art & Science A Works Collection of the 3rd Art & Science International Exhibition, 094-095 pp. ISBN: 978-7-112-14756-4 Hanway, Bill. History Trees – London 2012 Olympic Park Masterplan and Legacy, Landscape Architecture 03/2012, 137-141. ISSN. 1673-1530 Dibosa, David Dr, Wainwright Chris, Expedition, Bright 9, CCW Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon, p.14 and 26 ISBN: 978-1-908339-03-4 Tsszczuk, Renata, Smith, Joe, Clark, Nigel and Butcher, Melissa, Atlas – Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World, published by Blackdog, 148-149 pp. ISBN: 978-1-907317-39-2 McCartney, Greg, Desire and Dust, Abridged 0-23, p. 36 Trasparenze l’Arte per Le Energie Rinnovabili, MACRO Testaccio, Rome. Edizioni Carte Segrete ISBN: 978886490900-0 Evans, Gareth, Stehlikova Tereza, Artesian: Water. Winter 2010 published by Go Together press. “Dark Reactions; Splitting Water”, Ackroyd & Harvey, 30-31pp. ISBN 1757-9473 Buckland, David, Wainwright, Chris, U-n-f-o-l-d A Cultural response to Climate Change, Ackroyd & Harvey 26-31 pp. ISBN: 978-3-7091-0220-6 Buckland, David, Devaney, Edith, and Soriano, Kathleen, Earth: Art of a changing world, essay by Ackroyd & Harvey “Beuys’ Acorns”, 24-27 pp. Lambertini, Anna, Vertical Gardens, introduction by Jacques Leenhardt, published by Verbavolant ISBN-10: 1-905216-07-6 Kac, Eduardo, Signs of Life, Bio Art and Beyond. MIT Press, Ackroyd & Harvey “Chlorophyll Apparitions” 199 – 210 pp. ISBN: 978-0-262-11293-2 Montagu, Jemima, Open Space, Art in the Public Realm in London 1995 – 2005. Arts Council of England, Central London Partnership, 76 – 79 pp. ISBN: 0728713241/9780728713246 Burning Ice: Art & Climate Change, publication accompanying Cape Farewell group exhibition at the Natural History Museum, London, 2006. 106-114 pp. ISBN: 0-9553109-0-3 European Space. Catalog accompanying Sculpture Quadrennial, Riga, Latvia, 2004. 66-67pp. Hope, Terry, Extreme Photography, Rotovision SA, 2004. 052 – 057 pp. ISBN: 2-88046-760-8 Davenport, Kimberley, Green brick, greenback, catalog to accompany Ackroyd & Harvey solo exhibition Rice Gallery, Houston, Texas, 22 Jan – 29 Feb 2004. 28p. ISBN: 1-932281-20-7 Bracker, Alison Dr, Field Study, catalog to accompany Eisteddfod Art and Crafts Exhibition, Wales 2003. 36-39 pp. Morgan, C. Robert, Process in Art; The Means to an Image. Bowen, Dore, Flora Fauna Photo, Camerawork Volume 30, Number 1, Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 4-27 Hill, Penelope, Jardins d’aujourd’ hui en Europe: Entre Art at Architecture, Anvers: Fonds Mercator, 2002. 49, 125, 226 pp. ISBN 90 6153 4941 Forbes, Leslie, catalog to accompany Sunbathers Ackroyd & Harvey solo exhibition, Aberystwyth Arts centre, Wales, Feb 19 – March 24, 2002. 39 pp ISBN: 1-872609-91-0 Heiferman, Marvin, Kismaric, Carole, catalog to accompany Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution published by The Tang Museum at Skidmore College, USA 2001, 30-31 pp. ISBN # 0-9708790-2-4 Bennett, Oliver, Cultural Cultivation, guide accompanying exhibition Molecular Pools Ackroyd & Harvey, William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford University, 2001. Warr, Tracey, Passing Presence, catalog accompanying Ackroyd & Harvey solo exhibition Afterlife. Beaconsfield, London, May 15–June 10, 2001. Lange, Andre, Ex-Machina—About the Deconstruction of Photography, catalog accompanying group exhibition Ex- Machina. Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, Berlin, 2001, 64 pp. Selected Articles and Reviews Ackroyd, Heather, Resurgence & Ecologist, “Culture Shift”, Issue 321 July/August 2020 Morris, Jane, Art Agency, Partners, “How to combat climate change: Seven ways the art world can play its part”, 5 March, 2020 Black, Holly, Art Society Magazine, “The Artist-Activists”, Interview/Private View, Cover photo and p.20-25, Summer 2019 Sinkewicz, Alison, “Art At The End of The World”, In Studio, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (Fall 2019 / Winter 2020), pp.15 – 21 Loiseau, Benoit, Financial Times, “Can the arts help save the planet”? 26 September 2019 Buck, Louisa, The Art Newspaper, “Ackroyd & Harvey unveil 52 Beuysian Oaks in centre of London as Tate declares climate emergency”, 17 July 2019 Buck, Louisa, The Art Newspaper, “Green horsewoman of the environmental apocalypse declares climate emergency at Tate”, 4 April 2019 Cook, Gary. The Ecologist, “Ash to Ash: a new artwork imagines the history of trees”, 17 Sept 2018 Financial Times (UK), Friday, September 14, 2018, pages from 2 to 2 Gerlis, Melanie, “Climate For Change”, FT Weekend Collecting, 2 December 2017, p. 13 Glasius, Maria Juel. Kultur, Morganenavisen Jyllands-Posten, 3 June 2017, Front page and p. 16 L’ Art <<anthropocène>>, pas si facile, Culture & Idées, Le Monde, 13 September 2014 ParisArt. 7 000 oaks/ 7000 chenes, La Marechalerie, June 2014 Art Collection + Design, Feature article, Feb 2013, pp. 114-123 Hastings, Sophie. “Just What The Collector Ordered”, Life & Arts, Financial Times 23 June 2012, p3 Buck, Louisa. “Trees of Knowledge”, The Art Newspaper, No. 235, May 2012 Nature Climate Change, front cover photograph, Vol. 2 No 3, March 2012 Zanni, Carl. “The Art of Ackroyd & Harvey.” Viktor Magazine Numero 29June 2011, pp. 48-51 cont. 317 Cassandro, Daniele. “Playlist – Questione di Principi”. Wired Italia. No. 26 April 2011. P. 101 Casavecchia, Barbara.”Cosi grande, cosi fragile ecco l’arte “vulnerabile”. la Repubblica, 22 Oct 2010 Arendt, Paul. “Can artists save the planet?” The Guardian, Arts G2 06.07.09: pp. 18-21 Vik, Synnove. “Hvordan redde verden – og overleve.” BilledKunst (7/2008): cover page, p.8 Oosterbahn, Mary. “Hangende Tuinen.” Elsevier Thema Interieur (April 2008): pp.38-39 Forti, Anna. “Vertical green in urban Habitat.” L’Uomo Vogue (April 2008. 390) Sookes, Alistair. “Turf at the Top”. Daily Telegraph (16 April, 2007).p. 16 Dyckhoff, Tom. “When the Going Gets Turf”. The Times, Arts Times 2 (8 may 2007). P. 15 Hubbard, Sue. “The New Romantics.” The New Statesman (4 Dec 2006): pp. 36-39 Ackroyd, Heather. Harvey, Dan. “Sea Change.” New Statesman (5 June 2006)pp. 42-43. Cripps, Charlotte. “The Arctic Bones of a Dilemma.” The Independent (30 May 2006). Mullins, Charlotte. “Cetacean Sensation.” Telegraph Magazine (27 May 2006): pp.46-53 Gillespie, Ed. “Melting into the Mind.” Green Futures (No. 56 Jan/Feb 2006): pp. 24-26. Mullins, Charlotte, “Art for the Arctic’s Sake” FT Magazine (Nov 5/6, 2005). Ingrams, Elizabeth “Taking the art out into the garden.” The Japan Times (June 8, 2005): p. 11. Walwin, Jeni, “Growth Industry.” Art Review (October 2004): pp. 37-38. Buzinska, Irena. “Dzives Zimejums.” Maksla (Aug/Sept 2004): pp.16-20. Greenwood, Phoebe, “Splendour in the Grass.” The Times ( 6 July 2004): p. 15 T2. Forbes, Leslie, “Landscapes of the Imagination.” Art Review (June 2004 Vol. L1V): pp. 64-69 Baker, Kenneth. “Top 10 Art Events.” San Francisco Chronicle (Dec 28, 2003) LiptonTing, Shana; Gachot, Paul. “Photo Synthesis. “ Wraparound (Vol. 1 No.1 / Fall 2003): pp. 20-25. Higgins, Charlotte, “It’s Provocative…” G2 The Guardian (16 October 2003): p.17. 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